Dearest Gold Snobs,I am sure you are the envy of every party this holiday season in your glowing Essante. Thanks for always snobbing around with me. I love you and can’t wait to share more Golden Snobery with you next year!Love,ConstanceP.S. You are very welcome for all of my hard work. 😉
Okay so they don’t actually have to be real gems, but props if they are!
Now I have never particularly been the (Pardon French about to escape these keys)
Booty jiggling up out your jeans…”
kind of girl….. but if you are a Twerkalicous little Kitty… Hey Girl Hey, no judgments here…… but for Godsake Girl get your bling right!
Here are the redeeming Bling essentials for that #TwerkLife:
1.) At least one multi finger ring: preferably one that says something like “Werk” or “YOLO”, Sure there are classy multi-finger rings but if your going to #beaboutthatlife, PLEASE fully commit!
2.) A slave bracelet… either doubled with your multi-finger ring or on the other hand! That’s why you have two hands, duh. (no but really I ma actually obsessed and trying to figure out which stones to use in mine bc I really think they are a must… twerking or no.)
3.) A name plate. A BIG name plate!!!
4.) Giant Hoops, preferably the kind that tell everyone what nickname you like to go by or who you plan to vote for or just GIANT no you’re not thinking big enough still GIANT HOOPS. (Did anyone else grow up in a neighborhood where the saying was “bigger the hoop, bigger the hoe?”—- No Girl on Girl crime here just question….)
5.) A Grill. So Def a grill…..
6.) Big Chains
7.) Body Chains.
8.) a Hand Cuff (not the kind the police use…. although that may or may not be a part of “that life” I don’t really know.) Less confusingly known as a Palm Cuff.
9.) Claws. Diamond Claws.
10.) more. More. MORE. Because MORE IS MORE.
Whatever your lifestyle choices are… I love you…
Just don’t ever forget to “Shine Bright like a Diamond”
[Disclaimer: I am attempting to break my bad habit of writing posts and then waiting to re-look at them and edit them until the content is so old it is no longer relevant. That said I have decided to put myself on a time limit and simply submit my post to you all with no editing. very little editing.]
Like most girls, I have had an affinity for tiaras since as long as I can remember. However, the idea of having to marry someone (since obviously I already missed the whole be-born-into-a-royal-family boat) did not ever sit well with me.
So instead I decided to enter beauty pageants because I like many other young women I wanted a tiara that basically says “I’m Pretty!”
Unfortunately, I never win or even place in these things because who really knows how to actually be the prettiest girl in the room. It’s probably part luck and part… I don’t know something I obviously didn’t have any of the times I tried. The point is one day while I was pouting my sister reminded me that I am a Jewelry Designer and can always just design my own tiara, just like she did for a class project (I swear my sister is part 11 = part genius!) So I did, for Femme Luxe and it will be available for sale in Canada this week. 🙂
Check out my sisters Crown she made for a class project using aluminum foil, cardboard and broken jewelry!
Once upon a time jewelry was about elegance, nothing more and nothing less. Primary concerns were stone quality, rarity, and craftsmanship. Every piece was pretty and in line with the times. But earthquakes shook the world, as did wars and women’s rights and those dainty little whispers of jewelry faded and resurfaced as bold hideous yelling monstrosities, only to be cast off into a period of minimalism. As the world continued to rumble ghosts of jewelry past reemerged some as whispers some as shouts but all with voices singing the truth. The Beginning of the End.
(Image from Jenniferfisherjewelry.com)
If you have been in a cave for the past decade you may have missed the growing trend towards personalized everything. But never fear you can catch up with a few key sites and designers at varying price points. Make it a part of your 2013 New Years Resolution to add more of yourself into your accessories closet 😉
(Image from Maxandchloe.com)
Although you can find statement pieces in pretty much any store (I even found a super cool mask pendant in Goodwill once), there are some leaders of cool in the business of personal statements. These are some of my Faves: