Big thanks to Silpada for sponsoring this post.
Monroe Crossbody // Fine Line Ring // Black and Gold Ring // Shield Ring // Jade Goddess Necklace // Cascading Y Necklace // Dazzler Necklace // Underlined Necklace // Convertible Mix Earrings // Convertible Elements Earrings // Triangle Edge Earrings // Interlace Bracelet // Bright Blue Stretch Bracelets // Neutral Chain Stretch Bracelet // Think Big Cuff
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Silpada, they create an exclusive line of sterling silver jewelry. It is crafted by some of the world’s top jewelry designers. Their jewelry is known for its high quality and unique designs, and has expanded into a full-fledged home party sales company that now supports a network of more than 33,000 independent representatives worldwide. So you guys can be your own #girlboss! Yay!
I have joined as a Stylemaker, which is the newest way to join Silpada! It’s perfect for those of us who are tech-savvy, busy and constantly on the go, and, of course, social butterflies.
So how does it work? Basically, as a Stylemaker, you host your own party with your immediate circle of friends and family. The party is centered around the ShopBox that you receive, which is a box of 15 new Silpada pieces sent directly to your door for 14 days. Whatever you don’t sell, you send back to Silpada free of charge! Above you can see the 15 pieces that I received in my ShopBox to create my own party. The best part? For everything that you do sell, you will receive a direct commission of 25 to 30%, and you can even earn a $50 referral bonus for inviting other friends to be Stylemakers!
This is a great way for busy gals who love jewelry and are total trendsetters to make some extra money! Trust me, your friends will love you! You can check out the full Silpada collection here and sign up to join here!
For my Silpada party I focused on having fun with the girls! I’m all about a party filled with yummy sweet bites and drinks, because lets face it, who doesn’t love shopping and champagne? I know I do! For my Silpada party, I indulged a little by serving some sweet treats such as chocolate covered strawberries and cake, to drink champagne and mimosas! I totally played the girlie vibe. I decorated the table with my favorite colors gold, and pink for a subtle feminine accent. How would you decorate for your own Silpada party?
Make a statement.