Thursday, March 31, 2011

EVIL PAWN JEWELRY is fashionably Goth & Evil.

EVIL PAWN JEWELRY, an accessory line that goes way beyond the norm consisting of edgy and eclectic pieces that are sure to command attention and add a little rock n' roll to your wardrobe.

From the bohemian to the gothic, the demure to the outrageous, this line offers a variety of diverse looks that would compliment any style.  Whether you choose one of the silver cuffs or cocktail rings as a single statement piece, or pile on layers of hair pieces, belt buckles, and feathered chokers, Evil Pawn is sure to turn heads. Faith Evangeline, the designer and mastermind behind this line, prides herself in crafting each piece with intricate detail, so you truly feel special when you put it on.  She also limits the quantities of each piece, and is constantly adding new merchandise, so your look is ALWAYS fresh and unique! This line is a great way to keep your style cutting-edge, and is a welcome alternative to the mass-produced, cookie-cutter jewelry lines out there today.
  • Visit Evil Pawn Jewelry Online.
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  • Like Evil Pawn Jewelry on Facebook.

Do you like these? - Moulin Rouge black beaded necklace.

Some like it goth! - Cameo skull ring.

How do you like me now? - Limited chrome cameo skull belt buckle.

Miu Miu Minibags are fashionably delectable.

Miu Miu is playing with sizes by miniaturizing its most iconic bags, transforming them into miniature charms.  Miu Miu was the first brand to create minibags and these charms are now available in every Miu Miu store worldwide. Looks like this season is gonna be fashionably delectable with these pretty charms. How will you will yours?

Fashionably delectable!
How will you wear yours?
Deliciously fabulous!
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CIMBER is your 'natrual' choice for jewelry this season.

'True Fashionistas Now' know that you can wear all the fashion you want but you haven't completed your look without a little, ummm jewelry, 'naturally.' Last night, I visited the RSPOP Shop at the Rogersmith hotel where Swank's Showroom presented a plethora of ideas for fashionistas in the know. Dresses, handbags, swimwear, handbags and jewelry were the matters of the evening. Here's a jewelry find that I know you'll love, especially as Spring and Summer approaches.  Get a glimpse of some of the pieces then check out their site for more finds and like them on Facebook, 'naturally'.

The Quartz Knocker. ~ Stunning
The "Sterling Pearl Cluster" ring. ~ Show them the finger
 The "FREE, BE SPIRITUAL, AND BE A LTTLE BAD ASS" bracelet. ~ My favorite
The "Sleeping Beauty Ringer" ring. ~ Love the color for summer

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Heidi Elnora 2011 Collection at Charleston Fashion Week.

In my 2011 collection, the thing I’m most excited about:
all the detail and craftsmanship and how it showcases a true Southern girl’s sense of style—charm and sophistication.
My inspiration wall is covered with images:
from the French countryside—white-washed barns, dilapidated buildings, Victorian chandeliers, silver spoons—and vintage buttons, ribbons, lace, and tulle.
My favorite material to work with is:
raw silk because it is simple and understated but completely elegant and flawless.
I describe my design aesthetic as:
prim + posh; I cater to brides who have a unique sense of style.
~ Heidi Elnora

Charleston Wedding Dress by Alena Fede at Charleston Fashion Week.

"I get inspiration from everything vintage; the runways of Milano, Paris, New York; fashion designers like Melissa Sweet, Romona Keveza, Rosa Clara, Vera Wang; wedding magazines and online industry coverage from all over the world." ~ Alena Fede

Photo: Ed Kavishe/ for Charleston Fashion Week

Marie Cordella 2011 Collection at Charleston Fashion Week.

"This collection of dresses is drawn from a mosaic of graphic, textural, and historical inspirations. I am combining primary colors with hues often seen in East Indian textiles. Understated sculptural elements such as asymmetrical waistlines and slightly convex textile forms create sophisticated silhouettes. Between deep solid colors, thoughtful patterns, and modern shapes, the pieces fit perfectly into what I’m forecasting to be next fall’s nostalgic aesthetic." ~ Marie Cordella

House Of Sage 2011 Collection at Charleston Fashion Week.