Monday, July 11, 2016

Melissa Gorga's HSN Jewelry Line Proves She Knows Her Jewels
Big things have been happening for Real Housewives of New Jersey's Melissa Gorga recently. She opened a New Jersey boutique called Envy in Montclair, she has her own successful jewelry line sold on HSN, and she reunited with sister-in-law Teresa Giudice, who was released from prison in December. Season 7 of the reality series will explore Teresa's homecoming when it premieres on July 10, so let's talk about Melissa's HSN jewelry line, in case you want to wear some Housewives fashion for the premiere. The Melissa Gorga collection began in 2014 and its success inspired Gorga to open Envy earlier this year, she told Bravo.

According to HSN, the current jewelry collection features 19 pieces available for purchase: rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets in gold and silver tones. "I wanted to create a collection with pieces that can take you from day to night," Melissa told Bravo's Daily Dish last year. "Each of the pieces ranging from necklaces and earrings to bracelets and rings are bold enough to make a statement, but as easy to wear with a fitted blazer and jeans as it is with a black dress and killer heels." On her Instagram account, Gorga posted a sneak peek of the brand's third wave Spring collection, which debuted on HSN in February.

Let's take a closer look at The Melissa Gorga Collection at HSN.

Clear Stone Set of 3 Stacking Rings, $9.95 (sale price),
There are currently seven rings available in the collection come in both goldtone and silvertone, according to HSN. They are pretty funky with multiple layers and different stones, such as the clear stone above.


Goldtone Wrapped Wire Cuff Bracelet, $12.95 (sale price),
There are only two bracelets available right now in the spring line: Two goldtone cuffs that are totally fashionable for a fancy night out. The goldtone wrapped wire cuff (above) is currently on sale for $12.95.
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