Get Gorg Bridal Jewelry and Accessories at Barbara Ellick’s Winter Sale

Starburst earrings, on sale at Barbara Ellick, Narberth.

Starburst earrings, on sale at Barbara Ellick, Narberth.

Barbara Ellick, who has been designing and selling jewelry to the ladies of the Philadelphia area from her Main Line shop for over two decades, feels like showing her customers how much she appreciates them right now—and she’s doing it with a pretty amazing sale.

She’s marking down by 50 percent all of their fall and winter merchandise, which includes everything from pieces from Miriam Salat (the jewelry collection is part edgy, part retro, and a fully perfect complement to your wedding-day look—take a look at our gowns feature from the last issue of Philadelphia Wedding to see!) to cold-weather accessories like cashmere ruffled wraps (looking at you, winter brides).

Barbara always steers her brides towards statement earrings when they come in looking for a special piece to wear on their Big Day. “Earrings are a great way for brides to express their unique style against the backdrop of the white gown and traditional hair and makeup,” she says. “And we think mixing in blue through the earrings is a great way to go.” She’s also a fan of Miguel Ases sea-pearl bangles, which look fabulous either worn in a stack or just solo.

And while you’re shopping the sale for you or your ‘maids’ gifts, be sure to take note of Barbara’s custom jewelry services: She’ll take a family heirloom—or even just outdated jewelry that you don’t wear anymore—and turn that something old into something that’s both new and perfect to wear on your wedding day.

Check out more about the shop and browse some of what they have in store here.

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