gold rush

As I indulged in a rare late morning brunch the other day at Republique (home to the fluffiest, tastiest French Toast ever), some friends and I chatted about one of the things I love most: vintage shopping. I shared my beloved past-era clothing sources in LA (such as Sielian's and Shareen, where I recently struck gold with several amazing dresses) as well as my new secret online spot for vintage jewelry, Chairish, which officially launches the category today. Chairish, as you may know, is an amazing home decor site, but now it features vintage jewelry and accessories. Lucky me, I was given a preview of the offerings a few weeks ago when they asked me if I would curate my favorites from the collection. I was happy to oblige(!), as there are numerous resplendently chic yet reasonably priced pieces, including these Chanel earrings from the '80s, pictured above, this Victorian braided coil bracelet, this chic mariner link chain necklace, this edgy crystal spike bracelet, this hammered metal and lucite cuff, this tassel necklace, this mid-century Pal Kepenyes ring, this Kenneth Lane faux tusk necklace, this 1940s unsigned Hattie Carnagie rhinestone necklace and this statement-making interlinked chain and pearl Kenneth Jay Lane necklace. You can see all of my selects here!


Anonymous said...

Glad to know about this new source!

Anonymous said...

Great new source...I love your edit!

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