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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

More Charms...from Charm & Chain

It has been a while since I showed you some more of my "wish list" items from Charm & Chain. Just like any other girl, I always have accessories and clothing on my wish list.

Do you like these?

Above: Blue Topaz Pendant Necklace
"Wendy Mink's jewelry combines aspects of traditional Eastern jewelry with classic European design principles. Her pieces derive striking results from clean, simple, yet unexpected combinations of colors and materials."

Above: Horseshoe Necklace.
"Editor's Pick--Lindsay Huggins, Self Magazine.  "I absolutely adore this necklace because it looks vintage and has that one-of-a-kind feeling, something that's been passed down to you from your Grandmother.  Also, as an avid horseback rider and my love of anything considered to be a “lucky charm” makes me want to wear this all the time!" Who would have thought that tribal designs and vintage costume jewelry could work so well together? House of Harlow marries these two disparate influences in an eclectic, fashion-forward collection from one of Hollywood’s hottest style icons."

Above: Antwerp Necklace
"Drama queens know a keeper when they see it. Drape the cascade of chains and medallions over your decollete, tie the gunmetal silk ribbon closure behind your neck, and away you go. Suzanna Dai designer Suzie Gallehugh is the kind of gal who finds beauty wherever she goes, whether it's Paris or Poughkeepsie. Her obsession with travel, foreign cultures, and all things vintage translates into exquisite statement pieces that are truly to Dai for. Note: As seen on Serena on Gossip Girl. Chain beaded medallions Backed in grey suede. Silk satin adjustable ribbon tie closure."

Above: Crystal Cluster Necklace
"Specially selected for a wedding or a formal event, this necklace will instantly make you feel like the belle of the ball. This line contains some of the most decadent, spectacular pieces that Charm & Chain carries. Badgley Mischka's designs have a jewel-centric and often Victorian aesthetic; they tend to meld ornate motifs with an “old money” quality that stops short of being too, too ostentatious. Glass Crystals Silver Hardware."
I don't particularly know what I would wear this one with, but I think that it would look great for going to Galas.

***Description text and images are from the Charm & Chain (a) Website***

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