Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Six Jewellery choices for SS2012 ( styling )

The two hemispheres are just trading seasons, with summer dresses moving one way and fur-packed wardrobes going the other. One thing, at least, remains intact and in-sync with 2011 and 2012 fashions: the preference towards solid metal jewellery. Choker necklaces, cuff bracelets and chunky metal rings: they all can be worn regardless of the weather conditions.
We’ve already told you what the look is all about and shown you how to wear it. Now it only seems fitting to tell you where to buy it from. has hand-picked 6 solid metal jewellery pieces in almost every shape and form.
After the break, find out which metal-goodness quenches your thirst

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The glamour factor of this jewel-embedded cuff makes it stand out at the number one spot. Its intricate textured finish is sure to make your wrists stand out. And the embossed Yves Saint Laurent logo makes it all the more luxurious.
Price: $640

Perfectly simple, chic and minimalist, Michael Kors’ cuffs and collars stood out on the runway. This cuff is made from silver brass with a frosted finish. It also comes in an equally desirable gold tone.
Price: $125

We’d like to believe this is actually a polished piece of bronze-coloured rock, but in all
honestly, it’s not. Elizabeth and James have reinterpreted stone-age jewellery with a
contemporary guise.
Price: $173

A solid metal in its purest form that doesn’t overshadow the outfit but still does its job. Oscar de La Renta’s Egyptian-inspired earrings can be worn for a bold statement or a subdued accessory. This pair is versatility at its best.
Price: $155

The tribal design of this brass necklace gives a vintage look, but with a modern twist. The best aspect is how cleverly it unifies several geometric shapes, and still makes it statement-worthy piece.
Price: $805

Two words – tribal and trendy. The abstracted quality of this snake chain with a solid piece of gold metal running through makes it supreme pick for this trend.
Price: $351

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