Classy Clutter Collection Launch at Cents of Style

Classy Clutter

Cents of Style is introducing The Love Grows Wild collection curated by Classy Clutter for Cents of Style— a mix of bold florals & patterns in colors of the wild, painted dessert. This collection includes easy to wear but put together looks like floral blazers, scalloped flowy blouses, leopard print and buffalo check. And, of course, glitz and neon! The Classy Clutter collection was curated by Savannah and Mallory, the creators of the popular DIY-based blog Classy Clutter that shows every day women how they can add a little bit of class to their perhaps cluttered lives and homes.

Just like in home decorating, a woman’s personal style is reflected in the clothes she wears and the accessories she adds to her daily look. Savannah and Mallory of Classy Clutter want you to know that your clothing choices can just be an extension of your home decorating style and vice versa. We couldn’t agree more that learning to love making wild choices in your decisions for purchasing is both empowering– something we are all about here at Cents of Style– and does, in fact, have the power to help you grow!

Just like the two personalities behind Classy Clutter, the Love Grows Wild collection is fun, happy and a little bold but sassy.

Think Betsey Johnson meets desert, with class!

Style Steals – 5/16/16 – Classy Clutter Collection Launch + FREE EARRINGS & FREE SHIPPING.

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Additionally, at checkout we will be offering our colorful tassel earring for FREE with any purchase from our Classy Clutter collection.

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