Jewellery

Rounding Up

Rounding Up

Céline at Paris Spring 2015 (Details)

And I don’t mean cutting to the chase, I mean every single metal accessory on your body literally becoming round and even more round this season. Thanks to Céline’s SS 2015 gold hair barrettes and these earrings that I’ve been lusting after for so long, I can happily call this a jewelry trend for this spring. Simple yet striking, it’s the perfect accessory for the non-accessory girl: hair pins and brooches for the long haired, earrings for the pierced, necklaces and bracelets for neither.

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Locking The Knit

Locking The Knit

Steven Alan FW 2014

As much as it sucks deeply, there’s an upside to winter and the dressing challenges it brings; you always have to come up with new ways of layering and I don’t mean just clothes. Wearing bracelets in winter definitely doesn’t seem ideal: dangling cold metal on your skin hiding underneath your sweater because you can’t roll your sleeves. What I need is something to lock it even more so that it never ever moves and lets in cold air. Enter all those too big bracelets and cuffs I never got to put on before.

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Malin Henningsson Jewelry

Malin Henningsson Jewelry

Malin Henningsson Jewelry

Of all the artful coalescences in the world (textile & technology, music & movies, paintings & fashion etc) nothing pleases me more than the marriage of architecture and jewelry, and the wearable sculpture babies they conceive. Malin Henningsson, a Swedish jewelry brand dedicated to experimental products of unconventional materials, creates unique and expressive high-end jewellery with delicate details and minimalistic geometric shapes. Every piece in their all-made-in-Stockholm collection is a statement on its own which would make you want to dress as plain as a wall and focus all the attention on the one very precious piece of art on it.

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Off The Shoulder, On Your Finger

Off The Shoulder, On Your Finger

Saja Wedding 2015 Bridal CollectionSaja Bridal 2015

The first ever wedding dress of which I saved the picture on my desktop for “future reference” was an off the shoulder Alberta Ferretti gown. Before that I had no interest in anything bridal related and I even thought I hated all wedding gowns but that gem pulled me into this multi billion industry of single day parties. Now, more than 10 years later, off the shoulder gowns are making a dramatic comeback in so many shapes, so many fabrics, so many styles but all oh so very beautiful.

From bohemian to glamourous, contemporary to minimal, theatrical to austere – I personally paired the most beautiful off the shoulder wedding gowns with exquisite engagement and wedding rings from leading fine jewelry manufacturer Anjolee. Be a dreamy bride in 2015 with THE wedding dress and the perfect jewelry to go with it: let it be a ring or another stunner like this Diamond Tennis Bracelet. Wedding Wednesdays in full flow!

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