Hello, everyone. It time for another Weekly Wednesday! This week I thought it might be an excellent idea to feature some festival jewelry since its getting to be that time of year. You want to by stylin' right? Stylin' and Profilin' actually. Can anyone else wait for the warm weather (I guess I should say STABLE warm weather)? The music?
Item #1 is from ROCKANDYdesigns
I've got to tell you--I love the combination of the raw calcite stone and the tiny pyrite stones. You all know how I love raw stone jewelry (if not, check out this post). I really think the difference in the sizes of the stones really makes the texture of the piece stand out. The base of he bracelet itself is a skinny, gold-plated cuff. Green calcite is commonly associated with money and success--who doesn't need that?
Item #2 is from DurangoDreamDesigns
These earrings exemplify minimalism at its finest. They are simple but still a statement piece. You can wear these as drop style earring or as ear climbers--a double duty piece for festivals is always nice! The fronts are flat, and the earring itself is 3/4 of an inch in length. They also come in silver-filled wire and copper, so if gold isn't your thing then you have an option--or maybe just get on of each!
Item #3 is from petitejewel
I'm really liking the simplicity of this necklace. It looks like it has a lot going on, but it really doesn't. It evokes a very nice boho vibe with the tassel--and nothing is more boho than the tassel. The necklace itself is a very nice 32 inches long, and the pendant is 4 inches long. I personally really like the length as it can go with a number of outfits. You have several lengths to choose from, so you can get the perfect length for you! It's definitely a piece that you need to add to your stash even if you're not a festival goer!
Item #4 is from LoveLilyandChloe
Don't get me started on agate slices! They're so neat, and each is slightly different from the last. This is a natural slice of agate that has 23-karat gold plated edges that comes on a customizable chain length. I really think this would be well-suited to a longer necklace because you really don't want something that large right up against your neck even if chokers have managed to make a comeback. The longer the necklace the more flowy and boho it looks.
Item #5 is from TheSilverStones
The color of the chrysoprase in these pendant is absolutely gorgeous! As I continue to look at the variation in each pendant the blue-green hue keeps jumping out at me. The stone has a pattern of green, brown, and black shades that lend themselves to the detail within each piece. This is another very simple necklace, but it's still a gorgeous piece that you really should consider getting your hands on!
That's all I have for you all this week my lovelies! I hope you've enjoyed it. What do you all wear when you go to festivals? Comment below and show me!
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Until next time,
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Hi! I’m Meagan, designer for The Prickly Pear. I’ve created this blog to not only showcase my work and other crafty information, but also to give you an inside look into my life.