I don’t know about you, but I’m more than ready for warm weather shopping. (The polar vortex and Friday’s freezing rain did me in.) This pair of Miguel Ases earrings is part of Astley Clarke’s end-of-season sale, but the opalite drops are ideal for languid summer days.
Based in NYC, jewelry designer Sarah Magid has 15 years of experience designing for brands like Henri Bendel, Coach, J.Crew, and Etienne Aigner—but I think we can all be grateful that she eventually branched out on her own. She masterfully mixes brightly colored stones with sculptural metalwork to create pieces that can best be described as art. (Heck, I’m just as crazy for those pink crazy lace studs as I am for the larger jewels.)
Shop It: Turquoise & Pink Cone Necklace, $775 // Mini Metal Cone Bracelet, $395 // Black Agate & Pave Cone Chandelier, $390 // Lapis & Turquoise Crazy Lace Cone Necklace, $875 // Gold & Hematite Sphere Pendant, $750 // Pink Crazy Lace Agate Cone Stud Earrings, $150 // Amethyst & Red Agate Cone Bracelet, $575 // Lapis & Turquoise Crazy Lace Cone Bracelet, $625
If there were ever a time to break out your spangliest bauble, now would be it. (Bonus points if it comes in the shape of a Christmas tree or wreath!) Hope you’re enjoying all of the festivities this week!
It’s not often that I’m completely gobsmacked by a piece of jewelry, but just look at these earrings! The moonstone cabochons and diamond pave circles look just like fizzy champagne bubbles. Cheers!
After two years of bringing home trees that dwarfed our living room, Dave and I finally chose one that’s the right size. It seems tiny. With fewer branches encroaching upon our living space, there are fewer places to display our large ornament collection. We finally narrowed down the selection to only the most special: memories from our travels, handcrafted blown glass, and delicate vintage baubles.
Like vintage ornaments, vintage jewelry is one of my very favorite things. Frippery Vintage sent over this ring just in time for the holiday party season—and I don’t intend to raise a glass without it! If you haven’t already, I encourage you to enter the giveaway for a $50 gift certificate to the vintage boutique. We could all use a special piece of jewelry at this time of year.
Congrats to Jenny who won the Hattie Sparks giveaway!