Whew! I'm still recovering from a crazy busy weekend packed full of special events!
These days, I rarely attend more than one event per weekend. I generally spend Saturdays doing something fun with my husband and Sundays I spend in the studio catching up on the previous week's work or prepping for the following week.
This past weekend, however, we ended up with a bunch of back to back events. I attended a jazz show, an art party, a fashion show and a women's expo. And I wore the same Reign of Chain Statement Necklace to every event!
I know a lot of people can be intimidated by bold statement jewelry so I wanted to share how versatile this necklace can be. I seriously wear it all the time! Here are some pics of the 3 ways I styled this statement piece over one busy weekend.
I wore a soft grey-ish blue slip dress paired with a faux fur shawl, the Reign of Chain Statement Necklace, my favorite Wideband 5-Hex Cuff and some of my favorite rings.
High Neck Shift Dress by Soprano - Made in America // Reign of Chain Statement Necklace in Gold // Wideband 5-Hex Statement Cuff in Brass // Revival Open Front Ring in Gold // Double Fan Ring in Brass - All jewelry handmade in California
On Saturday I wanted to wear something dark and witchy because it was a crisp, cool evening and the first day of October! I wore a wide bell sleeve black shift dress with over the knee boots and a grey cape.
Something Magical Black Long Sleeve Shift Dress by Lulus - Made in America // Reign of Chain Statement Necklace in Gold // Revival Open Front Ring in Gold // Paramount Ring in Gold - All Annachich jewelry is handmade in California
Finally, on Sunday I headed to the Women's Health Expo wearing an oversized mustard sweater and distressed skinny jeans. I LOVE wearing statement jewelry with casual, oversized tees and sweaters. I finished off Sunday's look with the Wideband 5-Hex Cuff (per usual) and some fun statement rings as well.
This handmade geometric necklace is the ultimate show-stopper! It's bold, graphic, and completely unique. Long, shimmering chains add serious glimmer to the hexagonal center piece, which was inspired by the ceiling tiles in the historic Phelan Building in downtown San Francisco.
The Reign of Chain Statement Necklace is available in brass (pictured above), silver and gold plate. All Annachich Jewelry is inspired by architecture and handmade (by me) in California.
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