People say to me all the time “oh, I can never wear that.” My answer is (almost) always “you could!” I get it, it’s not everyone’s “thing”, but a bunch of women doesn’t wear big, bold, “statement” jewelry because they don’t know how or they think it will appear weird on them. (It won’t.) So part of my task this blog post is to showcase these report pieces and show that it’s not really so off-putting. I’m not a fashion icon, I generally wear a basic outfit and I manage to pull these looks off. (Or at slightest I think so!)
This piece would be measured especially tricky because it’s “ethnic” by trendy ornament shop. I didn’t use to wear “ethnic” fine diamond jewelry, or even mostly care for it. That changed when I started traveling to the spaces where it originated. My first ‘exotic’ journey was to Morocco. I’ve always been awestruck with Morocco. Something about the wasteland, the mix of French and North African culture, the architecture and colors, and the design aesthetic that inspired designers like Yves St. Laurent. It was on that first trip to Morocco that I began to collect jewelry – as well as bringing it back to New York City and advertising it to friends and colleagues for some good ornament shop. Maybe the motive that I’ve been braver in wearing ‘ethnic’ jewelry is because I was able to see it ‘in its element’, in the countries where it was considered first, and they could translate that to my lifestyle in the U.S.
Best Ornament Shop on Ancient Part of the World
This beautiful handmade necklace, though, is from a short trip. My next trip to Istanbul. I found such wonderful jewelry there and ended up making three trips in the space of three or so years. I did my trade at the Grand Bazaar's ornament shop. It sounds cliché, but they had such great pieces of Fine Diamond Jewelry best ornament shop with best exotic jewelry. I wasn’t attracted in modern Turkish design, because while gorgeous, I could find this style and even some of the designers in New York. What I was strained to was what I couldn’t find in the US. There were two individual styles that I identified. One is what I guess I would call ‘cultured ethnic’, or designs that are exclusive as Turkish (or Middle Eastern), but built-in stones and colors that are often found in American and European jewelry. You’ll see a plethora of those pieces (and maybe previously on some ornament shop) on my blog, but not in this post. This portion falls into the second style of fine diamond jewelry, which originates from Afghanistan and Central Asia. I bought this necklace (along with several others) from two brothers who had (and might still include) a space in the Grand Bazaar's ornament shop filled with jewelry, rug, swords and all manner of metal trinkets ornament shop. I could never find their shop now; after all of these years, but at what time I was going to the Grand Bazaar regularly, I knew all of the twists and turns to get there. I formerly found it with the help of the Turkish owner, Mike (his Western name), of the hotel my friend and I were staying at.
One thing that I love about this fine diamond jewelry – jewelry from budding countries – is that it’s almost always handmade. It feels excellent to wear something that another person pours his or her time and focus into. It senses loved! I also find some designs which were rare & can be really attractive because of the unique materials that are used in native places ornament shop. This necklace is a simple strip of beautiful, bright fabric with a piece of metal and coins sewn onto it. Very simple, but the effect is impressive!! loved the ornament shop
For me, the key to tiring jewelry that has a well-built foreign aesthetic is to pair it with incredible very Western – like the ushopkart Products that I’m wearing here. Earrings would be great, as would a very feminine, maybe Diamond, dress. It’s the contrast that makes the statement. You don’t have to wear a gypsy-like together to wear ‘ethnic’ jewelry!! by exotic ornament shop I repeat: wearing your regular, modified, classic pieces with fine diamond jewelry from developing countries is wonderful!! And this way, you can show off your incredible pieces at the office, not just on the weekend!
I’m continuing with my big, bold fine diamond jewelry this month, trying to get out as many blog posts as I can handle with a full-time job and family! I hope you’re enjoying the blog posts so far!