Say you’re not in the mood for heavy, dangly earrings, but you want to stick something cute in your ears. Then we suggest you research for a pair of stud earrings; they take up hardly any room, and they add a surprisingly little pop of color without overwhelming you or your outfit. After the jump, we’ve got 12 pairs of pretty perfect stud earrings.
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I am way too old to readily admit this, but I still harbor a magpie-like inclination towards particularly sparkly temporary tattoos. Oh, they sell $2 packs of glitter dragons at the Asian convenience store on the corner? Well, I’m probably going to buy some and put them on my body. Also, I can’t find anything about this on the Internet so there is a good chance it no longer exists and nobody will ever believe me, but when I was a kid they came out with these Band-Aids that were, like, pictures and shapes of animals? Did this ever happen? Anyway, they ruled and once I went to the beach covered in them, and nobody wanted to play with me because they thought I had a communicable disease of the flesh. Whatever, assholes!
That’s probably why I’m feeling compelled to purchase these stupid expensive 24-karat gold leaf Dior temporary tattoos. Absolutely not under any circumstances do I need them, but they look so shiny, and wouldn’t that be the perfect climax to my lifelong fake tattoo affinity? Do you think I should get drunk and order them, then lose my shit when I see the charge on my card and realize what I’ve done? Probably! [Nordstrom]
I recently bought myself a Rosette Nebula necklace from an Etsy artist, because my middle name is rose and I love space photography. It’s even more beautiful in person, and I’ve been getting so many compliments on it I thought, “Damn, everyone should have a cool piece of space jewelry!” Want to get in on the interstellar action? Click on the gallery for 10 gorgeous necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings featuring stunning depictions of stars, planets, and nebulae…
Make the most of your accessories and try a bright, bold colorful bangle. We’ve got options in every color under the sun.
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As we’ve mentioned, emerald green is going to loom large in the style consciousness this next year, at least according to the folks at Pantone. To prevent you from going green with envy (of green stuff), we’ve put together this guide to jewelry and clothes in our new favorite hue.
I’ve been searching for a star ring for awhile now, and this lovely specimen might be The One. It’s not too big, not too small, has a nice amount of sparkle without being gaudy, and it’s less than 30 bucks. Yep, I think this ring is about to land a starring role … on my index finger. [$28, Nordstrom]
Our love of J. Crew is outstandingly well-documented; we’re crazy about everything the American brand offers, from perfectly cut outerwear and silk blouses to their trademark glossy patent leather pumps. They do trends just right, touching upon what’s hot at the moment without giving their wares a seasonal expiration date… or an insane price tag. Enter this gorgeous glass necklace: its circular stones are simple, but the Venus flytrap-inspired setting makes a unique, stand-out statement for all seasons. For an investment piece without the investment price, look no further. [$85, J. Crew]
October’s almost over, which means all of that lovely summer color has drained from my face and I’m back to my normal fall/winter skintone of “transluscent pallor.” This is the time of year when I love to wear big, colorful earrings to brighten up my face. These fabulous crimson chandeliers should do the trick. [$60, Neiman Marcus]
Not only is this colorful little terrarium pendant freakin’ adorable, it’s much less messy than stringing an actual terrarium around your neck (trust me, running to the bus while wearing a jar full of a dirt never ends well). [$44, Yellow Owl Workshop]
Last week, we showed you how to wear body jewelry; this week, we’ve decided to highlight hand harnesses and hand jewelry. If you’re bored of your standard bracelets and rings, try a hand harness — worn alone or over a glove — for some added bling.