Last summer, I scored a cream peplum top covered in gold stars, which is one of my favorite tops. Ever since then, I’ve been obsessed with anything emblazoned with stars. Not to mention, there are a lot of star covered items out there. Starry styles are whimsical, my new favorite print, and I need more. One of the good things about all over prints like this is that you can keep everything else minimal. However, you can also go star crazy and I won’t judge.
Since my only star covered item is a thin peplum top, think I should I should get a warmer item that I can wear in the colder months. I found a lot of cute star covered items and even though I want them all, I cant’. However, if you think a star covered anything should be in your life and closet, keep reading.
For the past few weeks, I’ve developed an intense and usual obsession with signet rings. They are chic, but with a touch of gaudy. They are versatile and can be worn formally or casually. Personally, I think everyone should be into signet rings.
Although you can wear a signet ring on any finger, I love them worn as pinky rings. I guess that’s another thing I love about them; that they work on every finger. Keep reading to see which signet ring may tickle your fancy.
I’ve spent some of my time mapping out the styles and trends I want to partake in this fall. One thing I couldn’t help but notice is the chunky chains on everything from bags to shoes. Although I don’t have many, I love chunky chains, because they add edge with a little chicness. No matter if you love chunky chains or indifferent, there are plenty of ways for you to embrace this trend for fall.
If you interested in finding some pieces that have chunky chain details, keep reading.
My favorite trend in jewelry right now are wearing single stud earrings. Yes, another trend we took from men. However, it cancels out since some men wear earrings in both ears, which is great. Over the past few months, I’ve noticed more jewelry and designers adding single stud earrings to their lines.
However, if you’re like me and lost an earring and some single earrings laying around, this trend is for you. Keep reading to find out more about this latest jewelry trend.
I’m not into rings as much as I used to be. When I do wear one, I usually wear it on my ring finger (duh!), index finger, or my middle finger. However, I haven’t worn a ring on my pinky since the 90s when gold rings on a every finger was the ultimate status symbol in school. Therefore, I haven’t worn a pinky ring in almost 20 years, but that might change soon.
I’m noticing that pinky rings are starting to become “a thing” again and I’ve been tempted to embrace it. The first image that may pop in your mind is a big, gold gaudy piece of jewelry that your favorite rapper wears on their pinky. Thankfully, the current wave of pinky rings are more on the small and dainty side, which I’m all about.
Actually, all those midi rings you bought a couple of years can be worn as a pinky ring. If you can’t find your midi ring stash, here are some perfect pinky rings to get into.