20 Amazing Ways to Wear Succulents

Apr 25 2014

by Christy Griner Hulsey

Until a few years ago, I had absolutely not an eence of an idea what a succulent was. In fact, it sounded like something out of my high school science class. But now I find them so crazy beautiful that I struggle with words to describe their awesomeness. Accessories are something I am totally obsessed with. When you pair the two, it gives a whole new meaning to out of this world amazing. I’m talking a whole new level of gorgeous fun; a whole new level of chic. From bracelets to boutonnieres to shoes to much more, I’ve rounded up a bunch of succulents to wear that you can’t help but be in awe.

Here’s a few more but you can see the full round up, here.

Succulent Purse: Now sure how practical these are, but they are GORGEOUS!

Succulent Umbrella: Protect yourself from the rain with something that actually needs the water 🙂

Succulent & Flower Wedding Gown: The artistry that went into this handmade gown is so incredible. We are swooning. The best party? The gal who made this actually wore it on her wedding day, so it’s not just a show piece.

Succulent Ring: Another genius piece from Susan McLeary.

What is the best succulent beads you have ever seen? Or better, made?

See more at: http://www.campmakery.com/content/20-amazing-ways-wear-succulents


Christy Griner Hulsey View More Blog Posts from this Author

Christy Griner Hulsey is the Creative Director of Colonial House of Flowers, a family run boutique, founded in 1968 in South Georgia along the United States eastern seaboard in the little town of Statesboro - south of Atlanta, north of Savannah and with a growing international presence.

Using plants, flowers and a real story as her medium she specializes in creating intimate, high-end, bespoke, artistic partnerships, weddings, and event florals. She travels the globe teaching sold-out workshops, hosting fun pop-up shops, demonstrating and sharing herself in ways that focus on her old-world, painterly, classic yet whimsical garden style arrangements, which she shares on instagram @colonialhouseofflowers.

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