For anyone who's watched Vanderpump Rules and wanted to steal Stassi Schroeder's style, now is your chance to emulate her look.
The Bravo star has teamed up with Shop Prima Donna for her very own accessories line called Stassi x Shop Prima Donna. The line is full of bold, chunky necklaces that really stand out and are inline with Stassi's own fashion sensibility.
"This jewelry line is the biggest deal to me," she told website Fashion Style. "For the past year I've worked with this company called Shop Prima Donna. When I moved to New York I became closer with them and worked with them more and this summer they gave me an opportunity to create a line of statement necklaces which are my favorite."
The budding jewelry designer admitted that statement necklaces (like her "Magnesium" bib necklace, below) are her favorite thing to wear when it comes to her own signature sense of style. "Honestly, if I could wear one thing it would be a necklace," she said. "It was the best creative outlet. I felt like I was making art. I'm nervous to hear everyone's reaction!"
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Stassi isn't just about a killer piece of jewelry. She also loves to adorn herself in a killer outfit. So what's her most beloved power look?
"I think like a great cream pantsuit with a big necklace, big oversized sun glasses, great watch and great shoes will make you feel good," she says.
Of course, Stassi also shared some scoop about Vanderpump Rules.
"I loved it I was so happy there but after last season I just felt like a little bit disjoined," she said of re-joining the show. "You think people are one way and you trust them and then realize they aren't and it's just kind of exhausting. I didn't really think that I had left to give but then my boyfriend [Patrick Meagher] got a job here so I was back. And it was like well the stars are kind of aligned so I'm here and may as well give what I have left."