The fall collection..
Bead & Thorn Necklace
from Iosselliani is breathtaking. A definite investment for sure, but these are pieces of jewelry you’ll want around if you’re looking to stand out. I personally think any of these necklaces would be fabulous paired with a tee and jeans (and of course bright lips as we always say). OR transform a simple dress into something smashing with just about anything from the line.
Photo: Honey in the Rough
at Little Paper Planes (one we’ve mentioned here before), I’m loving this charming stripe bracelet. This little gem was created by Debbie Carlos, a photographer who is based out of Chicago. You can find more of her jewelry and prints for sale here.
Photo: Little Paper Planes
Peanut Pocket Knife
it is just fun losing yourself on the web, especially when you come across great little pieces like this Peanut Pocket Knife Necklace. Maybe the perfect mother’s day gift, (hint hint) or an accessory to make you feel a little edgy, even if you’re not. Take a peek at all of the sweet jewels at over at Ardor.
my wish list are all of the stunning pieces from the Bande Des Quatres collection. My personal favorite is the Mondrian ring, made from sterling silver, oxidized sterling silver and 18kt yellow gold. These edgy designs are all hand-made to order in Montreal, and make incredible statement pieces. See them all here.
subtle statement with jewelry from Fox & Thistle. Two Brooklyn artists collaborated to create this beautiful collection influenced by old and new. They recently launched a shop online, where they not only feature their own jewelry, but also designs by other local artisans. A few of my favorites are the Crescent Necklace, Fox Earrings and well, just about everything else they’ve got to offer. The perfect companion to jeans, a tee and red lips!
Photo: Fox & Thistle
A whole new..
Honey in the Rough Online Shop
shopping experience at the Honey in the Rough online shop. The revamped website is as inviting as the store itself, and a very close second to the in-house shopping experience. What can I say, Honey in the Rough is one of my favorite shops in NYC, and it’s no secret that Ashley Hanosh curates the most amazing assortment. Just a little over 3 years ago I bought my wedding dress here! With a covetable mix of clothing, jewelry and apothecary goods, it’s hard not to want it all in your closet. Take a look at the new design of Honey in the Rough.
Photo: Honey in the Rough
Jewelry and accessories..
Turquoise Spike Shield Necklace
from Sparklefarm. Designer Erin Graves makes easy to wear bracelets, necklaces and earrings that look expensive, but thankfully are not. If you are in or around New York City, you can find Sparklefarm jewelry at the Artists & Fleas at Chelsea Market between December 15th to the 31st. If not, you can find these pretty pieces AND get free shipping at their online shop. Kind of hard to resist.
this be the new chunky necklace? Orly Genger is a collaboration between jeweler Jaclyn Mayer and artist Orly Genger. Genger is known for her large-scale rope sculptures and Mayer’s line of jewelry has been sold at stores like Barney’s. The talented duo teamed up to create a line of jewelry that uses mediums not always associated with jewelry like soft fabrics and rope. With the addition of metals, the result is stunning pieces of art that are sure to add a pop to just about any outfit. Anything but ordinary and oh-so cool.
Photos: Jacklyn Mayer
Tomasz Donocik Double Gun Necklace, $148
is this Double Gun Pendant by Tomasz Donocik? The London based designer makes jewelry that is bold, modern and contemporary. Often his work is considered masculine, sometimes androgynous and always very cool. One gun is gold plated sterling silver gun, the other is oxidised sterling silver. It comes on a 76 cm oxidised silver chain. Available at farfetch.com and just might be the accessory for fall.
Blue Glass Beaded Necklace
Multi Colored Beaded Necklace
Polka Dot Beaded Necklace
for him, that she can also borrow. The Sid Mashburn African beaded necklace would make a subtle statement peeking out from under a shirt. The necklaces are all 26″ inches in length and are made with tiny, small, medium or large clay beads. A casual accessory that pairs perfectly with the always favorite jeans, t-shirt and sneakers uniform. We’ve talked about Sid Mashburn here before, and I just can’t seem to get enough of what he’s doing. If you haven’t already, his shop is one place you’ll want to visit.
Photo: Sid Mashburn