When it comes to jewelry, do you go for costume or fine? Or perhaps mix it up? I’d say a majority like to keep it mixed, which is exactly why designers are starting to dabble in both categories. So now if you want a $150 bracelet or a $1,500 bracelet…you can get it from the same designer! HALLELUJAH!
I’ve been doing the whole dainty jewels thing for a while now. Gold or rose gold, white or black diamonds and that’s pretty much been the extent of it. I love the look, don’t get me wrong, but I’ve bee wanting to try something a little different in the accessories department. Feeling quite inspired by Dannijo, I thought we should chat about white jewelry.
Isn’t it funny that some things you just despise growing up, you now actually enjoy? For me, this includes tomatoes (then I discovered Caprese salads), sneakers (which I only started liking recently), shopping (that all changed when Limited Too came into my life) and now…pearls.
But these are no longer your country club / grandma’s hand-me-down kind of pearls…
I kind of hate the play on words with haute and hot, but considering couture week is coming to a close…I just had to.
Besides sneakers and elbow pads at Chanel, let’s see what went down at the Spring 2014 couture shows.
When you think of accessories, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Bags? Shoes? Jewelry? Hats? Pretty standard stuff. Accessories are an important part of any outfit because it’s what really brings the look together. But if you really want to take things to the next level, an unconventional accessory should be on your radar.
Margiela jeweled face mask, anyone?