Get Personal with Jane Basch Jewelry

Having the right classic jewelry piece in your wardrobe will not only jazz up an ensemble, it will also amplify a great look without being too flashy. There’s no denying that scarves hold all the power when it comes to winter ensembles, but with flowers in bloom, we must find that standout necklace that possesses the ability to push an outfit forward. Cue the ultra-fabulous and always effective monogram necklace. Whether you like script initials or bold lettering adding a personalized necklace to dress up your corporate button-down, or a to offset a neutral ensemble, can avoid a look from becoming bland – like a true personalized piece should. Monogram necklaces standout because no two one is the same.


Jane Basch Jewelry Designs have been manufacturing fine personalized jewelry for over 60 years. Jane Basch truly makes it personal. She believes that jewelry should be fun, whimsical, and a celebration of life. Each piece by Jane Basch is one of a kind, and made by the designer. A leader in the personalized jewelry industry, her monogram necklaces are customer favorites. Basch wants the women that wears her pieces to indulge in them, and celebrate them as the statement they are meant to be. Her designs have been worn by Kerry Washington, Giuliana Rancic, Kaley Cuoco, Carly Rae Jepsen, Christina Applegate, and Demi Moore. Jane Basch Designs have been seen in the pages of Lucky Magazine, Redbook, Inside Magazine, OK! Magazine and Inside Wedding Magazine, to name a few.


I personally love the feel of wearing a custom Jane Basch monogram piece because I know it’s one-of-a-kind. I am seen here wearing the Freeform Script Monogram Necklace. It’s my favorite design from her monogram collection because it’s feminine and elegant just like most of my wardrobe.

There are so many different styles and pieces (necklaces, rings, and bracelets) to choose from I suggest you taking a look at www.janebasch.com. To learn more about Jane Basch Designs visit www.janebasch.com and follow her on Twitter at @JaneBaschJewel

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