Fringe is one of my favorite accessory layers, and happens to be quite trendy right now as well. The beauty of the fringe trend is it seems to always be relevant in some capacity, sometimes more pronounced than other times. Hence, one of our most loved pieces in the Core Collection is the Rose fringe necklace. Boasting an 18'' chain and vintage fringe charms, this necklace is ideally suited for layering. The golden neutral tones make it easy to match and layer, but she also looks great worn alone to add some simple but striking texture. I have always been a fan of understated takes on trends, and the Rose Necklace is perfectly suited for a minimalist fringe look.
Photos by Claudia Bost
Porcupine pendants for the people! These pendants are one piece I adore creating just as much as I love wearing it. Each porcupine quill is natural and ethically harvested; the quills fall right off the porcupines at local farms and are collected, cleaned, and turned into pendants. The gradients vary drastically from quill to quill; some are solid black, others have 5 stripes of black, white, and occasionally shades of brown scattered throughout. The quills are very lightweight and airy, making them extremely easy to wear. Be ready for a conversation starter, most folks will truly not believe these beauties come from real porcupines!
Excited to share a new summer design and more shots from our fun shoot with You've Been Noted! I love when designs and colors scream summer (my favorite season!) and the new Pavo Necklace, available in turquoise and bright multi-color, is the epitome of summer dreams. The beads and V design create a statement silhouette, but the pendant is extremely lightweight as well. Lightweight is key for me in the summer, and this is the ultimate bright pendant for those long days. Once the days finally cool down this Fall, this piece will be ideal for layering, and she'll surely remind you of your summer adventures.
America + Atlanta + necklaces + vintage -- that sums up our most recent photo shoot extremely well. I had the pleasure of spending an afternoon last week with a whole slew of talented local creatives for a very fun + unexpectedly patriotic photo shoot. Of course, the giant flag has made me even more excited to celebrate July 4th this weekend -- beer, beach, patriotism (what else could you ask for in a holiday?). This dual-citizen is ready for her adopted favorite holiday.
Our neutral fringe necklaces have risen in popularity ever since they were introduced last year in our Greece Collection. In fact, my next item on the to-do list is to crank out 13 Crete Necklaces in order to finalize an order with an exciting new retailer, but first! I must share these beautiful photos of Stephanie of Her New Tribe taken by Claudia Bost, both of whom I've had the pleasure of working with recently on our latest two lookbooks. They are both extremely talented ATL-ians with vision for days, and it has been a beautiful experience getting a glimpse into how they work and create. I just love how Stephanie layered her Crete necklace over a graphic tee, and can we pause for a second and admire that Very Fine South bag as well? Gorgeous!
Absolutely smitten with these photos Kelsey Lee styled with our Eliza necklace. We've already shared a few of our favorite photos of this Atlanta beauty in this post, but my goodness are these shots stunning in her latest blog post. Check out her newly designed site for more gorgeous styling and inspiration.
So Worth Loving is an Atlanta-based brand with a beautiful mission- Love you. Love people. I have been following this brand for about a year now, after spotting them at the Indie Craft Experience in ATL. They are a delight to follow on social media, as every day they post thought-provoking stories to encourage everyone that no matter your 'history, past mistakes, relationship status, or career choice,' that you are worthy of love. They do not exist solely to build you up, but rather they take the time to ask the hard questions, to reflect, and challenge in order to encourage and inspire you to understand your unique viewpoint. Those genuine moments matter, as we are all so worth loving.