My mind is like a cluttered jewelry box. I have ideas for jewelry in endless Rolodexes of shapes and colors in my mind. When I begin designing something new the most difficult part is editing those ideas into a cohesive, manageable collection. But I don't think I am alone.
I don't consider myself 'fashion forward", I am more classic, but I like to be current and aware of the trends. Each year Pantone, the world-renowned authority on color and provider of color systems, publishes "Colors of the Year". You may not even realize it, but these colors will be all over home interiors, fashion, advertising, and where ever else color is important.
If lariats make you think of cowboys, you are not alone. But when it comes to jewelry, a lariat is an incredibly versatile piece that will work with any style. The secret is to be creative with how you wear them.
One of the secrets to creating a great look with a lariat is you can wear it no matter your neckline. You can wear it at choker length, mid decollete', or below your neckline. Open neckline; rounded or v-neck, shirt collar, or turtle neck will be perfect with your lariat.
Are you wearing a single necklace that was laying on your nightstand this morning? The same one you took off last night? The easy choice you have worn for weeks? Then listen up. Layering your necklaces will give you a quick sophisticated style update. Here are some tips for layering your necklaces.
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He tells me frequently "You should marry me." Well, I did. Almost fifteen years ago. The traditional 15th wedding anniversary gift is crystal. So I think I will wear these in celebration.But then again the gemstone for the fifteenth anniversary is ruby. Perhaps I should wear these.
The point is, I'll love you for ever.