Give me all of the fringe please…fringe necklace that is. I’ve found a new jewelry trend to obsess over. And it just screams “wear me all summer!” It never fails that I’m “researching” online and I stumble across something and it totally distracts me. Just like this trend did! Read more
Pendant necklaces have always been a personal favorite of mine. It seems like everyone else is feeling them too. They are one of the latest jewelry trends and I’m loving it! You’ll find them layered, in gold or silver, different stones, and various shapes. And don’t worry about how to wear them, this is a necklace that’s pretty easy to style. Read more
I’m about to talk jewelry, bling, and baubles. And I’m not talking about that costume jewelry either (which I totally still love). This is just different. I’m talking about the stuff that will last through all trends and seasons. This is a wish list that I just might have to “accidentally” email to my hubby and hope he get’s the hint. Read more
Who doesn’t love a statement necklace? I think they’re amazing and can change the entire look of an outfit. Duh! That’s the whole point of them. And as we slip into November, because of the holidays, you’re going to see them every where. One of my favorite trends is the black statement necklace. You’ll bring drama to any look with these below.
I’m definitely in some kind of jewelry mood right now. I was researching for this summer jewelry trend post and I ended up finding a bunch of stuff I like. That always happens. It’s a blogger problem. Hahaha! Can you blame me? Jewelry is a must have accessory for me. No outfit is complete without it. With that being said…here are my favorite summer jewelry trends! Read more
I love fashion…trends always come and go, but there are just some that never leave or make a full turnaround. Those are my favorites. They’re reinvented, like the brooch. It’s always been here…but now they seem just a little bit cooler. And I love Nordstrom’s new feature on them! Read more
I love finding new and “cost effective” ways to handle my shopping addiction and then sharing them with you! This time, I have to admit I didn’t find this…they actually found me and that makes me happy! I’d love to introduce you to DaisyGem…one of my NEW favorite jewelry and accessories sites! Read more
I am a little obsessed with layered necklaces right now. There’s just something about them. I really love the fact that they come in different lengths, materials, colors, and styles. And if you don’t want to go out and buy one, I found a cool tutorial here, where you can make one with necklaces you already own. Enjoy! Read more
I’m in a serious jewelry mood right now. I think it’s because I know I have to pick up a few pieces to help style my looks tomorrow for the 365Hangers.com Style-A-Thon. I’m super nervous by the way, even though it’s literally 15 minutes of my life. LOL! Anyways, since I have jewelry on my brain, I was looking around and came across a lot of tribal-inspired pieces. Don’t you just love this trend? I think it’s such a universal style that can be worn all throughout the year. I’d love to track down some vintage tribal jewelry.
What do you think? Love it or hate it?
Where are my adventurous ladies? This spiked jewelry may be for you-it’s not just for punk rockers anymore. I love it and I can’t wait to order a few pieces. But, knowing me, I’d hurt myself with one of those rings. LOL! I’m clumsy like that. Anyways, these pieces are an easy way to add edginess to your look. Do you think you can rock spikes?
Cosmic Thread is bringing handmade geometric shaped jewelry to another level. I discovered them during MAGIC’s Pool Tradeshow and instantly was in awe. You might have seen these photos in a previous post. The designers are two sisters, Taryn and Megan, from Colorado. I really admire unique and creative jewelry like this.
The collection experiments with the fusion of synthetic and reclaimed organic materialsinto highly conceptual designs. Each piece of jewelry is handcrafted with a forward thinking focus on the future,manifesting the inspiration of space into wearable geometry.