Custom usually means expensive, but not so with Krysten Kauder’s new line Ryan Porter bracelets. In fact I ordered the above bracelets for about $20! Admittedly the bracelets don’t look expensive, but the point isn’t for them to look expensive – the point is for them to help express your personality in a fun, quirky way that, at least for me, brings back childhood memories.
People have been crafting turquoise imitation stones since the time of the Ancient Egyptians, so there’s no shame in that game. There are even benefits to it – just look at this Kenneth Jay Lane ring (on The Outnet for $40). Finding turquoise this perfect is basically impossible. It’s a mineral, so there are many … Continue reading Turquoise & Gold Jewels Under $100
Game of Thrones is the best TV show ever produced. It’s crazy to think that a production with such a grand, massive scale is made just for the silver screen. Even with that, I can’t get enough. I’ve had to start reading the books to get my fix. And it will definitely take a while … Continue reading Game of Thrones Jewels: Fire and Ice
Saks Fifth Avenue in NYC will be hosting a shopping event with Same Sky Jewelry this weekend! Stop by for cool cocktails and even cooler summer accessories. Founder Francine LeFrak and special guest Miss USA Nana Meriwether (pictured above!) will both be there to promote the company’s important cause – empowering survivors of the Rwanda … Continue reading Same Sky Shopping Event at Saks Fifth Avenue!
Ease into the sweet hues of spring with a jewel or two…or three! At these Frugal Snob prices, you can layer on stacks for maximum impact without an ounce of guilt or buyer’s remorse. I’ve always loved J.Crew‘s whimsical pieces, especially their famous bubble bauble (at J. Crew for $150). They brought back the statement-making … Continue reading Frugal Snob Jewels: Make a Statement
I’m in a tribal mood. With beads and braided leather, Fiona Paxton’s statement necklaces are just what I have in mind. The London-based designer has only been around for a few years, but she already has a great portfolio of bulky, boho pieces that are globally inspired (she credits Indian artisanship, the British punk era, … Continue reading Fiona Paxton Coco Yasuko Necklaces: Native Neon
Tying a big bow on a simple beaded necklace takes it from basic to basically incredible without really doing anything at all. Ribbons are just a nice feminine touch on the chunky beads. You can wear Natalia Brilli‘s necklaces tight for the multi-strand look or loose for a Roaring ‘20s flapper vibe. This is even … Continue reading Natalia Brilli Long Beads Bow Necklace: Tie the Tie
It’s the post-Thanksgiving shopping mayhem. But let’s be real – who wants to deal with all of those rowdy crowds?? The best way to save safely is from the comfort of your own home! Here are some sweet Black Friday AND Cyber Monday deals. From midnight on Friday through all of Saturday, David Yurman jewels … Continue reading Black Friday/Cyber Monday on Sweepstreet: Sweep Up the Deals!
The Woods sisters have been my favorite jewel designers for years, so when they came to town for a trunk show, needless to say, I was there with my credit card in hand! I was pleased to see that their commitment to natural materials remains strong with the line’s old mine cut diamonds juxtaposed against … Continue reading The Woods Fine Jewels: Forest Goddesses