Iswas + Willbe design their jewellery for the journey… And, after browsing their collection online, I would say it is a journey not worth taking without my very own piece from this jewellery-making duo. Their design inspiration comes from Mother Nature herself, with each piece – as the designers put it – craftily made on Earth. No way?!! To check out these little lovelies, head here x
Seriously, is this girl for real?! I mean, have you ever seen a more inspiring collection of jewellery created by a more stylish, beautiful, and nonchalantly cool individual?! I think I love you Pamela Love…
P.s. Can you spot Topshop’s recent inspiration for their arson flame boots (posted about here)?
Images via Pamela Love NYC, Pamela Love Tumblr, Elle, Wheredidyougetthatstreet, Streetcreeper, SeattleStyles
In case you’ve been living under a rock of late, we are currently in the midst of a love affair with the ‘stack’. I’m not talking about the type of stack where you embarrassingly fall flat on your face, I’m talking about the friendship bracelet stack. Harking back to school days, the friendship bracelet is having a major moment for grown-up fashionistas wanting to add a taste of colour and innocence to their look. I’ll be releasing my own interpretation soon, but here are some snaps to get you in the mood…
Images via Honestly WTF, Sincerely Jules, Weheartit, Pinterest, and Oracle Fox
I absolutely adore Aurelie Bidermann jewellery for its combination and reinvention of snakes, feathers, lace, insects, wheat, gingko leaves, and the famous braided do Brasil. It seems I’m not the only one either, with Proenza Schouler and Jason Wu seeking her out for collaborations. A self-confessed dreamer, traveller, and lover, her journey’s around the globe are what make each piece so treasured. Here are some of my picks – find the collection here
I can be kind of fussy when it comes to jewellery… which is why I was so pleased to find these new everyday additions to add to my Georg Jensen fusion ring. The tiny and fine knot ring is worn on the knuckle (love that!) and comes from blogger Sincerely Jules. The other comes from my recent travels in India and I love how the individual rings move. Jewellery is my favourite treasure to bring back from traveling – everyday I’m reminded of the magic of India just by looking down.