Bling On The Beach

Karman Pedaru by Cedriv Buchet for Vogue Paris June/July 2011

Gracie Carvalho by Max Abadian for Flare June 2011

Lindsay Ellingson by Regan Cameron for Allure June 2011

Michaela Kocianova by Greg Kadel for Vogue Italia June 2011

Flavia de Oliveira by Marcelo Krasilcic for Elle Italia June 2011

H & M 2011

 

Source: Fashion Copious, Fashion Gone Rogue, Fashionising

Bisoux Jewelry Styling for the BHF Showroom

We had the pleasure of being invited to BHF Magazine’s Showroom where they feature new jewelry and fashion designers on a monthly basis in the DC and NY area. The pictures taken from the event are of models accessorized in our jewelry wearing clothing from the various designers featured that night. Featured designers were Mayietta Moore, Nadia Atcha, and Katima Bokoum. These are the photos that have been released now so when we have more styles to show you we will post as soon as possible!

Above is Sonnie Daze,  the stylist for the BHF Showroom event. She is so fly… can’t wait to see more work from her!

Nautical Stripes and Tribal Beads

This one is from a couple weeks ago, I just realized I never published it #oops.  Also taken via the MacBook (I promise to buy a camera sooner than later)

Please ignore the background…lol…I need to work on that…

I tried giving my black +white outfit a little “spice” by adding a colorful tribal necklace and jewelry in vintage gold. Got a lot of compliments on the bling that day!

 

I just realized most of what I’m wearing are things I’ve picked up at Urban Outfitters over the years (triple finger ring, nautical stripped shirt, and bracelet)

Earrings from Chico’s (<—they sell GREAT jewelry there!)

Tribal necklace purchased at an InterGem Jewelry Show.

Banana Republic ring on clearance (<—another great place for jewelry!)

And that’s it! Any good recommendations on a camera to buy? I’m looking into a Nikon D60…

Otherwise, have a good Sunday!

Bisoux ❤

-Vanessa =)

Nautical Stripes and Tribal Beads

This one is from a couple weeks ago, I just realized I never published it #oops.  Also taken via the MacBook (I promise to buy a camera sooner than later)

Please ignore the background…lol…I need to work on that…

I tried giving my black +white outfit a little “spice” by adding a colorful tribal necklace and jewelry in vintage gold. Got a lot of compliments on the bling that day!

 

I just realized most of what I’m wearing are things I’ve picked up at Urban Outfitters over the years (triple finger ring, nautical stripped shirt, and bracelet)

Earrings from Chico’s (<—they sell GREAT jewelry there!)

Tribal necklace purchased at an InterGem Jewelry Show.

Banana Republic ring on clearance (<—another great place for jewelry!)

And that’s it! Any good recommendations on a camera to buy? I’m looking into a Nikon D60…

Otherwise, have a good Sunday!

Bisoux ❤

-Vanessa =)

Bullet Girl Jewelry + Outfit Suggestions!

Cease fire! Cease fire!

Well, if I had known going to the range could result in beautiful jewelry being made I probably wouldn’t try to avoid it every year! [read: Army Reserves]

Bullet Girl jewelry is a new jewelry line made out of real bullets plated in 24K gold and rhodium them morphed into various trendy but timeless pieces; including collar and pendant necklaces, flower earrings made of bullet caps, wrist wear, ringwear and much more. They even have a fine jewelry collection featuring bullets accented with pearls and diamonds! It’s dangerously sexy!  Per their website, “the woman who wears our jewelry is able to see beauty in all things; isn’t afraid of risks; is secure within herself; and understands the importance of balance. It’s the right ammunition for women who choose to fight back for the right reasons.”

All in all, this line is made for the confident, classy woman with an edge.  Check out some of the pieces below!

[.357 MAG rhodium plated bullet wtih CZ cap ring]

[223 REM 24K gold plated with .357 MAG CZ cap earrings]

[44” pearl strand with .223 REM CZ cap and .17 MM]

[.223 REM 24K gold plated bullet bracelet]

[.223 REM 24K gold plated bullet necklace]

This line is the perfect compliment to the military-inspired trend forecasted for this fall!  My dream outfit to accessorize this line includes:

[Juicy Couture fine cotton-blend wrap cardigan]

[Cloebella Cantina mini bag]

[Jeffrey Campbell Lots Shoe]

…and yes, clothes are my accessories; my jewels are the essentials =P

BTW Bullet Girl jewelry was recently featured on one of my favorite blogs-WhoWhatWear.com! Looks like they’re going places!

Thanks for the tip Alexa! Definetly looking forward to more from this line!