Herringbone Chandelier Earrings
Zig zag wire wrapped pearls earring is worth more than a passing
glance. Available in this two-color version or in a solid
champagne-colored pearl version. Made in Thailand. Great price:
Last month I did a quick trip to Thailand. It is
amazing how much you can spend in just four days when you have good
suppliers! We have added over 50
new products to the site in just the last couple of days.
Our focus continues
to be organic jewelry. Read the article below for some illumination
on the hows and whys of this hot trend. I have included some links
to background info on the web.
We also received
major restocks in on many of our regular items. If there are designs
you missed recently, please check the site for availability. We
have another shipment in the air, so look for another restock of
best sellers in the next few days.
is to constantly add new merchandise. This keeps the site fresh
and ultimately stocks your jewelry case with the latest trends.
As a result, we tend to discontinue items on a regular basis. There
are certain core items that always sell, and we restock these regularly.
Opulence. That, in a word, describes the overall
trend in clothing and jewelry this Fall. No t-shirts and jeans here.
Put away the "basics," at least for a while. Bright colors
are out, as are boring earthtones, skinny belts and plain hoops.
Femininity is back in a big way.
The must have
list for this season includes organic materials and rich, spicy
color. Think shell,
A quick trip through Lucky or InStyle turns up loads of funky Bohemian
accessories. Big wood bangles
and cuffs, shell
with wood, and pearls worn in long
chandelier designs all reflect this return to sumptuous decoration
of the self. Chunky jewelry is especially hot. Try turquoise or
amber, big faceted semi-precious stones and large pendants.
necklaces continue to be strong, especially in jewel tones like
Feminine with a funky twist is a good description of what women
want this fall. Big, beaded
style necklaces make a dramatic statement. Eye catching crystals
work well when they are done delicately and with discretion. Think
looks like double and tripled necklaces and bracelets are a
continuing theme. Beads, charms and small details make the look.
Brooches, and pendants that look like pins gain prominence.
Jewel and spice
tones overrule earth tones. Fur, faux or not, is a major accent.
Exotic locales like Russia serve as inspiration for rich tapestries,
Funky and fun with a feminine feel is the attitude. Bohemian looks
with soft shapes and relaxed lines are popular. Hobo
bag shapes are a strong trend, especially with some embellishment
that adds an extravagant touch. Gold, cinnamon, smoky green, and
magenta purple are all colors that fit well in the palette for this
Look for strength
or Victorian looks. Charms and pendants with cameo, satin or antique
looks should do very well. Any accent that hearkens back to a more
romantic time will fit nicely into the Fall feel. Old photos,
postcards, promo material or stamps set in ladylike
silver frames are a solid subtrend.
For more on
these trends, check the links below:
trends from PRWeb
Sun-Times fashion overview
of the Site
Arrivals section has all the latest and greatest.
Lamps are restocked, new styles added.
jewelry is hot!!!
Please let me
know if you have any thoughts or suggestions on what we can do to
improve. We are always open to new ideas and constructive criticism.
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