I’ve always wanted an Elva Fields necklace, ever since seeing one on a friend a few years back. The color, the composition…it was all just heaven to me. So imagine my excitement when I was invited to be March’s Leading Lady and get to design a necklace with Emily herself! She sent me images of pieces and arrangements based on the inspiration board I sent and in the end, designed 2 necklaces that I would have been proud to own! Chad made the final decision and the final result is a work of genius! Thanks so much Emily for having me take part! You can read about the entire process here.
[images by me]
If you’re the kind of girl that loves getting baubles by mail every month, Jewelmint just might be for you! Its a fascinating concept really…you take a style profile to determine what look you are (tho you don’t have to stick with that, you can see the whole line too), and based on your results, the Jewelmint team (including Hollywood stylist Cher Coulter and actress Kate Bosworth) will recommend a new jewelry for you every month and it can be yours for just $29.99 each! If you dont like the pieces for that month, you can skip and not get charged a thing. Its a win-win!
Sign up now and receive 50% off your first piece of jewelry for first time Jewelmint customers with code BKLYN50 through the end of the year!
As a great end of the year bonus, Jewelmint is giving away $200 worth of jewelry to one lucky winner! Here’s what you have to do:
- Head over to Jewelmint and sign up for a free account
– Check out the site and leave a comment below with your favorite piece!
Simple as that!
Winner will be announced on Friday….good luck!
[images from Jewelmint]
Beautiful wedding and engagement rings from Mociun…they’re all so unique!
[images from Mociun]
1. MAWI Crystal and Spike necklace, $495 | 2. Fenton Fallon Coin Necklace, $268 | 3. Forever 21 Gold Spike Necklace, $6.80 | 4. Fenton Pyrite Spike Necklace, $525 | 6. Joomi Lim Gold Necklace, $98 | 7. Fallon Spike Necklace, $130 | 8. Topshop Spike and Cord Torque, $28 | 9. Joomi Lim Gunmetal Necklace, $295
Who says spikes aren’t appropriate for a wedding? I love the juxtaposition of tough metals against a soft white dress. Jewelry designers are now mixing spikes with semi-precious metals and stones to create pieces that are not only appropriate on your wedding day, but versatile enough to wear again and again. Also, to be completely honest with all of you readers, I may be biased since I myself wore spikes on my wedding day! – Tram @ Phi-Style.com
[images from Barney's, Farfetch, Forever 21, and Topshop]
Dying to see a bride add one of these to her wedding day ensemble!
[images from Doloris Petunia]