The dreaded black ponytail holder; it photobombs all of your best Insta posts, leaves a lovely (read: unsightly) little indentation on your wrist, and quite frankly, it’s just plain ugly. Yet every girl with hair long enough to tie back knows the struggle, yet trudges on, black hair tie in tow. It’s time to “rebel against the black elastic” with ponytail holders that double as bracelets. Say what?
The founders of Teel Yes shared something in common with most women currently living in New York City: they found keeping up with the city’s ever-changing trends overwhelming. With so many new trends emerging every week, wouldn’t it be easier to just have a stylish friend pick out the most fashionable pieces for us? That’s where Teel Yes comes in. The New York City-based jewelry brand works with contemporary jewelry designers and innovative artists to curate artful, yet simplistic pieces with a lot of personality. Here are 5 must-have pieces from Teel Yes that we absolutely love, and but trust me: there’s a lot more where that came from.
Festival season is upon us and whether you’re going to Bonnaroo, Panorama, or Summerfest, you’ll need the right accessories to make sure you’re raving in style. While I’m a huge fan of fringe and floppy hats, sometimes it’s the subtle accessories that pull an outfit together. My personal style leans towards the simpler side of the spectrum, so jewelry is my best friend when I need to amp up an outfit.
Earrings can be simple like a pair of everyday studs, or they can be daring and dangly like a pair of ornate chandelier earrings. Unfortunately, earrings tend to be the piece of jewelry that get left behind and forgotten since most women opt to wear their hair down over their ears. A simple way to dress up an outfit, especially if you don’t feel like doing your hair but still want to add some pizzaz, is by adding over-the-top earrings. It’s the easiest trick in the book!
Jewelry is one of the most popular, classic Valentine’s Day gifts to date, yet it always seems impossible to find just the right piece for your loved one. A bracelet can’t be too gaudy if their tastes are simple, or a necklace too simple if their tastes are more extravagant. With so much on the market, it can seem a daunting task to select just the right piece and find something at the right price. With these three Valentines Day gifts that give back, we’ve made it simple to find the right bling for even the most picky of recipients, donating a little something to a good cause.
A nice piece of jewelry is what can really pull an ensemble together. There are so many ideas and combinations that you can use when accessorizing your favorite jewelry pieces that make the experience so fun. However, the hardest part is finding what bangle, necklace, or rings you want to incorporate into your outfit. This is why social media like Instagram is so fun, they do all the work for you. Check out these 5 jewelry companies (and their IGs!) for some style inspo for your next look.
This season is all about layering. While statement pieces will always be a go-to to uplift a simple outfit, there is an attraction to being able to invest in a piece that will be with you for the long haul. We want a piece we can wear with a tee and jeans as well as cocktail dress and heels, a piece that will be with us for years. While investing in long-term accessories sounds like a very grown up decision, it does not have to be all work and no play. The best way to wear these simple jewels is to add depth by layering them.
Spring is finally here, and in celebration of the warmer weather, we are bringing you the pieces you need to have in your wardrobe this season. While I am definitely not a proponent of replacing your entire wardrobe each season with the latest and greatest items, there is no harm in investing in accessories that will uplift your look—and these will certainly do the trick.
While I usually tend to stick to the traditional New Year’s resolutions like “eat healthier” and “exercise more,” this year, I’ve taken a much more stylish approach: wear more jewelry. Having stuck to simple, gold-platted stud earrings, a Daniel Wellington watch, and the occasional literary necklace (Slaughterhouse-Five, anyone?) as my usual routine, I decided this ...
Everyone has that one thing in their life that they are just obsessed with. For you, it may be a certain color, childhood show, or even specific detail, like glitter. For me it is, and always has been since I was 12, elephants. When you step into my room there is no denying it—I’m an ...