We’re huge fans of the whimsical layered neck-candy look: short, medium and long flirty … just about any length in between too! One of the hottest looks right now is the layered BAR necklace… They’re dainty, delicate and feminine in gold, silver, brass and/or covered in tiny crystals. The idea behind a “starter necklace” is you begin with a piece that speaks to you, something with a little sparkle like a simple bar or crescent bar necklace. Then you add from there…we’ve included a few ideas of ways to create this look. Most of the time, we think the more the merrier, but LOVE them when they’re fabulous enough to stand alone!
Our latest “Crescent Moon” bar necklace is the ultimate in this look…silver is encrusted with tiny clear crystals and the gold is decorated with iridescent crystals!
Just when we thought she’d done it all…Madonna has just launched her very 1st fragrance, “Truth or Dare.” From what we’re hearing, she’s getting rave reviews! Tuberose and Gardenia are pretty much front and center, followed by subtle notes of Vanilla & Amber… so all you Tuberose lovers, you’re in LUCK!
“My mother inspired the fragrance,” said the pop icon. “One memory I have of her scent is from when I was young and I snuck into my parents’ bedroom to sleep. She always smelled like gardenias!” She goes onto say, “I have always been obsessed by fragrance and for years wanted to create something personal that was an expression of me, but that other people could relate to as well. Something classical and timeless and yet modern. My oldest memory of my mother is her perfume. I carry it with me everywhere. She always smelled like gardenias and tuberose, an intoxicating mixture [that was] feminine and mysterious. I wanted to re-create this scent, but with something fresh and new about it as well.
We also must give credit where credit is due, and mention how fabulous her bottle design is, clean white with silver and gromets from head to toe. Did we mention we’re lovers of the GROMET!
Are we the only one’s who see a cross in her logo? Subtle, no?