Yesterday was a busy day for Corbin and me! We got up early, grabbed our bags, and headed out on a jet plane to visit my grandma and auntie for the weekend! We are now in beautiful Phoenix where the sun is shining and it feels like summertime but back home, its not so warm. It’s in the 50’s in the LBK today and it’s perfect for a chunky knit sweater and a pair of my favorite leather accessories.
Today, I’m partnering with Hublovecrafts to bring you the cutest and most stylish leather earrings. To say I’m obsessed would be an understatement because if you know me, you know I LOVE leather earrings and everything about them lately! Shannon, the owner is a local designer in Lubbock and she makes some of the prettiest and most versatile earrings I’ve ever worn. They are so light weight, and her attention to detail is seriously impeccable. I absolutely love this grey and gold pair and the fact that they go with so much in my closet.
The light weight aspect is so important for me, simply because when I got my ears pierced many moons ago they were pierced unevenly, so through the years of wearing heavy earrings, and it doing no justice; I honestly just need to bite the bullet and have them sewn up and repierced, but ain’t nobody got time for that! So these are PERFECT for me because it feels like I’m wearing nothing while still making a statement!
I absolutely love shopping locally and supporting businesses within my community and Hublovecrafts is a favorite that I will continue to stand behind for years to come! You can find her products on Instagram @hublovecrafts, through local shops like Lovely Me Boutique, Modest Truth & Trend and most recently J. Hoffman. Shannon is amazing, y’all! I am so thankful and honored to be able to share her with you and I hope the next time you’re browsing the web or shopping locally, you will check out or even purchase her unique and beautiful earrings! I can promise you will LOVE them as much as I do!
Thank you Shannon and Hublovecrafts for allowing me to showcase your beautiful work.
Photography by Hannah Berry Photography