When it comes to planning my looks for photoshoots, I keep my eyes on the details, all the way down to my jewelry. My favorite lately has been loads and loads of stacked rings, especially when I do food shoots or anything involving my hands. So clearly, you can understand my obsession with Consider the Wildflowers.
Founder Emily is totally self-taught and makes some seriously gorgeous pieces. The vibe is minimal, but textural… special, but great for day-to-day wearing. I’ve got a wishlist a mile long for my next photoshoot — I mean, how could you not?? images via Consider the Wildflowers
Delicate, little rings have quickly become my recent go-to when accessorizing. Even if it’s just a simple jeans + tee look, these little guys make me feel a bit more special and pulled together. Prismera Design is one of my favorites when it comes to shopping for sweet little pieces, especially in the rings department. And this week I’ve partnered with Prismera to giveaway $300 for you to scoop up your own pieces!
Enter below for 7 chances to win. One winner will be chosen at random by Tuesday April 7 at 10:30 am PST. Open to US residents only. Winner will receive 1 gift certificate code valued at $300 applicable only to jewelry purchases. Good luck!
Guys… Gamma Folk. I mean, just look at this gorgeous jewelry. I’ve had jewelry crushes before, but this takes the cake. Oh, and how about this styling? Gamma Folk is the whole damn package.
Jewelry and accessories designer Lily Piyathaisere founded Gamma Folk in 2012 with a vision to, “combine traditional techniques including natural dyeing, weaving, braiding and ceramics with thoughtful, statement jewelry.” Each piece is totally one-of-a-kind and made by hand in Lily’s Brooklyn studio. What I love most about these pieces is how modern they feel, while also embodying elements of folk craft and bohemia. Plus, they are statement pieces without being an oversized piece of costume jewelry — a bit plus in my book. photography via Gamma Folk
One of my unspoken, personal goals for the year is to finally embrace wearing jewelry. I’m usually an extremely hands-on person, so anything that jingles, moves, or gets caught on things doesn’t really work for me. But more and more, I’ve felt a compulsion to try again. The new Linea collection from Alexis Russell is not exactly hurting that cause, either. Made of clean lines and delicate ice diamonds, this collection is definitely up my alley. The pieces feel fancy and special to an accessory-novice like me, but they are also totally wearable for every day wearing.
When it comes to accessorizing, I’m all about rings. I love ’em in all varieties: stacked, singular statements, and vintage. So you can imagine my excitement upon finding Minicyn jewelry over on Etsy. Hailing from Paris, Cynthia creates handmade eco-friendly silver and gold pieces with the perfect amount of refined detail. Some of her pieces are boldly modern, yet still delicate, while others take design cues from the Victorian era for the slightest bit of embellishment (like my personal favorite, this ring). If you’re looking for a special handmade gift that is totally unique, Minicyn is for you.
Her earrings are pretty damn cute, too, huh? I really just love how feminine and delicate everything feels.
There’s no denying that crystals, geodes, and minerals (ok, Hank) are all having a moment. So you can imagine my excitement when I discovered SF-based FriedaSophie Jewelry on Etsy. Each piece of jewelry is hand-crafted using one-of-a-kind gemstones, minerals, and natural specimens. Furthermore, FriedaSophie hand selects each stone and ensures that all pieces are made using ethnical business practices. Then she combines them with 14k gold fill metals for these truly gorgeous pieces.
These pieces really speak to FriedaSophie’s love of traveling her lust for the beauty of the natural world. It is hard to pick a favorite — like, really, really hard.
I’ve been really into statement jewelry lately, so when a friend intro-ed me to BOUND I nearly lost my damn mind. Made of maple and gold-plated chains, these necklaces are geometric, modern, and so perfectly casual. Actually, in a word, I feel like this jewelry from BOUND is badass. Emma, the designer behind BOUND, has a background in furniture design and sculpture and it really, really shows.
It’s easy to enter: like both BOUND and Jojotastic on Instagram. Then leave a comment here saying you did so (please note: comments left elsewhere won’t count, so please be sure to leave your comment below!). One winner will be chosen at random by Tuesday October 7 at 10:30 am PST. Open to US + Canada residents only. Winner will receive one Vertex necklace valued up to $75. Good luck!
Seriously, how amazing these these pieces? I love how they pair so well with a basic tee for an updated everyday look. Or layer it over a super-patterned vintage dress to give an edgy, modern touch.
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