During shows, I’ll sometimes get comments or question on how to wear beaded jewelry. Some people think it’s difficult to incorporate in daily wear. Some people think it’s too new-agey or too much of a throwback to the 70s.
To this, I say, beaded jewelry can be as modern as any other accessory we have today. It can be worn singly, simply or in layers. It’s all in how we want to wear it.
For example, I like to wear bigger pieces under a collared shirt, for days when I want to have a more serious look but still have that special element. This one is an easy look to pull. And I like to layer thinner necklaces around, but these are optional.
Other days, I like a more minimal look like this. Simple but sparkly.
I love that these antique beads have enough character and beauty to stand alone, worn simply on a chain but the best way I think, is when you can layer it with other pieces you already have in your jewelry box as I’ve done with this antique Georgian pendant.
A little teaser of some new pieces, and yes, I seem to be on a blue kick lately.
Do you ever have days when you just want to layer on the pretty things? I do. It cheers me no end to be surrounded by pretty things. In my home, on my wrist or fingers, stacking works. Of course, I hear the minimalists going “less is more” so to resolve this dilemma, I came up with three bracelets that are each simple and pretty on their own but works like magic to form a stack. For the days when one bracelet just won’t do it. Best of all, each bracelet is now listed in the shop!
Hello friends, today I wanted to share with you a special piece that’s perfect for these hot summer days. I created this piece using a silver chain and the prettiest sky blue and white latticino Venetian beads dating back to the early 1900s. Latticino is a special Italian glassblowing technique using colored glass canes. The beads in this necklace features delicate white lines. Its a unique yet classic piece that would make a wonderful addition to your jewelry box! Get in touch with us to purchase this piece.