The Secret Turns Me From Poor To Shiny

Girls all know that “effortless styling” is a kind of high fashion beauty, like a Paris girl who wears a white shirt, jeans, and a pair of a flat loaf. Even though the hair is like a mess but still sexy. But…everything seems not working on me. I am still that poor and unromantic after wearing these things.

Then I found out. It may not be the issue of the clothes or even the body. The difference between “poor” and “effortless” maybe one little thing that you have not noticed yet…

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The effortless girl would never forget their jewelry.

Whatever the earrings, necklaces, rings, and bracelets, or jewelry that extends to hair or upper arms, these shiny and refreshing little things are important to a girl’s overall look than we thought.

Here are three designer brands that I would like to introduce. They are not expensive. They are easy to wear. Every time you try them on, they will bring you confidence.

Anne Manns

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Jewelry designer Anne Manns lives and works in Berlin and northern Italy. Growing up in the countryside, she was inspired by nature — for example, the plants and vegetables she grew with.

In her newest “The Pea Collection”, we can see her love towards the vegetables. The pes and the graceful vines bring out the best in each other. Throughout the skillful craftsmanship of the goldsmiths in Berlin, Anne Manns makes her designs form the shape that interdependence with the ears and wrists, emphasizing the interaction between jewelry, clothes, and the body.

Sophie Buhai

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When Sophie Buhai was a child, she was in love with silver jewelry. Buhai says she was strongly inspired by her grandmother’s early modernist silver jewelry. So she wants to create a “heritage piece” that retained its classicism but also had a modern form.

The thick solid silver Disc and Dimple Ring, and the perfectly rounded “Egg Hoop Collection” are popular items from Sophie Buhai. She also designed three seasons of jewelry for Lemaire.

Sophie Buhai’s jewelry is handmade by artisans in Los Angeles. They are all made of recycled metal to reduce the impact on the environment.

ATELIERSÓ

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AtelierSo is a romantic small business run by three Chinese girls. The studio’s name, “So,” means “Only” in Spanish. The metal’s natural softness gives it an “indeterminate” quality, and each piece of AtelierSo jewelry is unique: on the one hand, its surface retains the jagged texture of pure silver as it is melted at high temperatures and exposed to air. On the other hand, they can be worn, curved and fitted, and used to receive and carry richer traces and emotions — the longer they are worn, the better they will fit and look.

The natural trace of the air, the quality of the pure silver, and the ruggedness of the craftsmanship give AtelierSo’s pieces their beauty: they breathe, they are pieces that need to be worn to be finished. The designer defined this connection of full temperature between human and jewelry as “empathize” (empathize): emotion is transferred to the material surface and transformed into visible emotion.

Go check these beautiful pieces in their online store. Do not forget to “like” this blog.

Here are some ideas that make my home special. Check it out if you want some inspiration.

Thanks for reading ❤

Yanfei ~

Author: Yanfei

Dream(ak)er. Graduate of the University of Toronto. Studied Architecture, Visual Arts, and Art History. Freelance fashion model, Youtuber. Experienced in the e-Commerce business, digital marketing, social media marketing, and UX/UI design. Being expressive makes me alive, being creative makes me curious.

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