For some time now, I’ve been into really minimal jewelry ~ simple stuff that, once I’ve put it on, I never have to think about again. Each piece just seems to become a part of me. My everyday watch is by Fendi and the rings I’m always wearing are from Catbird, David Yurman (similar), and Jennifer Zeuner ~ plus more Catbird, Catbird (tread carefully there if you’re not obsessed with this store already ~ it’s a slippery slope toward full-on addiction). The top necklace was a gift from my mother, who had two of them made for my sister and me (similar here), from two diamond links removed from an antique bracelet my father gave her. I love how wearing it everyday feels like a reminder of the connection we three will forever share. The lighting bolt necklace is by Jennifer Zeuner, as is the drop-front lariat, while the hook cuff is by Giles & Brother. The only thing missing is my newest addition to the daily repertoire ~ a second wrap cuff by Phillips House.
Do you switch out your jewelry everyday, or work/sleep/live in the same staple pieces like me?
|PHOTOS| by Mark Iantosca