Thursday, November 14

delicate jewelry


It's still all about layering your jewelry, but for a fresh, right-now look, try doing it with delicate, understated jewelry rather than big, chunky baubles. As of late, I've pared things down to simply this Jacquie Aiche ear cuff and this Lena Wald inverted diamond stud, both of which have garnered a zillion compliments. (I love the un-matchy-matchy-ness of this look.) As far as the arm and hand party go, I'm gravitating toward a stack of thin bracelets, nothing too expensive, such as this one or this one, along with a few dainty rings, like this diamond and rose-gold plated Monica Vinader and this Maria Black to make a mega-sophisticated statement. (P.S.The chain finger bracelet, above, is by Jacquie Aiche and you can find a very similar one here.)

5 comments:

Victoria @ Hibiscus Bloem said...

I usually go for big and bold, but this kind of layering looks pretty and delicate. Time to get out my jewelry box from years back when I had lots of slim bracelets - it all comes around again!

PS - I wonder if you'd consider a blog post about what to wear for your own drinks party at home? We have lots of friends coming over for holiday drinks in a few weeks, and I'm struggline on what to wear. As a host, I want to wear heels, look stylish and a little sparkly (sequin skirts that you posted about would be great), but not over the top. Help!

MAXCE said...

I am looking for this kind of jewelery right now, but the prettiest pieces are always out of price (think of Tiffany's Atlas bangle)...
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Anonymous said...

Marlien, what is the second bracelet from the top- the one that looks like two bracelets connected with a metal piece?

Anonymous said...

Where on earth is this purse/clutch from? Need to have it!

Anonymous said...

Do you know the designer of the larger bracelet that is stacked in the photo?