Let’s start the new year off properly with exuberant impracticalities. There is no way I can start of a brand spanking new year with timeless black totes and rounded toe pumps. Hell no! Gotta have reckless abandonment now, then when the year starts to weigh down on us, we can go back to pragmatic perfunctory (psst … Continue reading “New Essentials for the New Year”
There is one necklace you will always find on me, they are little tags with my daughter’s names on them. For me, jewelry has to be sentimental, whether it is something my mom gave me or my engagement ring, otherwise, you will not find me wearing it much. Of course costume jewelry is a whole … Continue reading “Tiny Tags has Giant Heart”
Halloween and costumes go hand-in-hand, but that doesn’t mean your jewelry has to follow suit. Have fun with the holiday’s themes – just do it with pieces that you can also wear outside the month of October! Orange and black, skulls (of the McQueen variety), and creepy crawlies are all on the table. Which will you be sporting for the witching hour?
I’ve found your next obsession – Paire! The new site sells runway pieces that you can’t find anywhere else, and what better to wear as you’re watching the latest hit the NYFW runways than runway jewelry? I just had to bring a few pieces to NYC. First up was Rodarte’s snake collar ($595) – it’s exclusive to Paire and somehow also on sale.
High impact jewels with a low impact on your wallet – what’s not to love? With Lyralovestar’s pieces, you could wear something as simple as a white tee or LBD and still make a splashy statement. The brand was started up by celebrity stylist Crystal Streets who dresses the likes of Rihanna and Mariah Carey.
When it comes to accessories, decadence is back, which to me always seems like a sign of an upswing in the economy. It’s excess all the way, but if you’re like me and not the type to pile on baubles, you need to make your statement in one fell swoop.
A simple cocktail ring is no longer enough to start up a conversation. But a full-finger ring? Well, that’s something no one can miss. The trouble is that not all of these are articulated, limiting your basic movement and turning day-to-day tasks into serious challenges. Enter hinged rings!