Wednesday, May 2, 2012

All Blinged Out

I've never been much of a bracelet person.  My mom has about a bazillion bracelets, but apparently she didn't pass on the fondness for them to me.  I'm generally pretty picky about accessorizing, usually just with one big piece of jewelry, like one necklace, or just a pair of earrings, or one big ring, mostly because I'm a bit obsessive about matching, but it's gotten even worse now that I wear my wedding ring all the time, i.e., I don't wear much other jewelry at all.  I've been slowly been trying to break myself out of my habits, and I'm thinking lots and lots of bracelets is the way to go next, like on the Atlantic-Pacific blog which I just discovered today:


I'm a big fan already of her ability to pile on the jewelry and look really put together, while I'm afraid if I do I will end up looking like an old lady who went crazy at a flea market.  We'll see if I'm able to pull it off...

On a side note, red, yellow, and gold are the colors I'm really liking this moment, and she pulls them all together really well in this outfit:


Photos from Atlantic-Pacific

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I hope you don't think your mother is an old lady that went crazy at a flea market.

McLaura said...

Haha - I did have a worry after I wrote that that it could be construed as such, but she does a good job with the accessorizing. :)

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Mark Berman said...

Who is this person in the photos...
Oh wait, is she your mother?

abirami said...

Wow! Nice.....

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