Celebrating Moms! 20% Off on Jewelry!

April 30, 2011 § Leave a comment

In honor of our lovely moms out there, Indeeyo is offering a 20% off on all of our Jewelry from now until Mother’s day. We got a wonderful handmade collection from jewelry designer Jennifer Dekoeyer, B.Boheme, and Falling Whistle. We know that Mother’s Day is only a week away,  so please enjoy the 20% discount by entering: gem 11.

We hope you’ll find something for your mom, and for yourself!

Have a wonderful weekend!



DIY Braided Bracelet

April 28, 2011 § 1 Comment

It’s hard not to notice that the beloved friendship bracelet is making a huge come back. So when I spotted this DIY Braided Hex Nut Bracelet I thought it was insanely cool, and genius! I am definitely going to give this a try (maybe even with some neon twine if I can find any?)

Wanna give it a try too? Here’s how. Happy braiding!


(Source: HonestlyWTF via Inspired to Share)

Coral Crush

April 26, 2011 § Leave a comment

I love coral. I don’t think there are any other colors out there that can speak spring as much as this one. It’s feminine, it’s flirty, and no matter what your skin tone is it flatters and brightens you up almost instantly. So really, how can any girl resist wearing this beautiful, blushy color? I know I can’t.

When I first previewed Indeeyo’s spring collection, it was this coral silk shirtdress by designer Amanda Christine that caught my eye! Adding to the latest craze on menswear, I am even more in love with this dress because of  the details on the front plackets and the epaulets. Combined with the pretty coral and cinched waist, I can already see myself wearing this dress with a pair of cute sandals to a brunch with my girlfriends, or throwing on a pair of sexy heels to sip on dirty martinis with my man. I mean, talk about a dress that can transition from day to night!

 – Jeanne 

P.S. – This is my debut with Indeeyo and am very excited to meet you all! Hoping to share much more with you on Indeeyo and anything indie! 

Fight for Peace in the Congo

April 22, 2011 § 1 Comment

A cause-worthy find we couldn’t wait to share. It’s not just a beautifully crafted whistle, but it’s a symbol of the campaign for peace in the Congo. There’s a deadly war going on there and children are being forced to the frontlines. Proceeds from the whistles are used to rehabilitate and advocate for these war-affected children.

So how can you help? Wear your necklace, share the story and spread the word.
Learn more about the war in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Falling Whistle’s campaign.

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