Jewerly designer Amrita Singh has tapped into an accessories moment with her talent for creating unique stacking bangles. Scores of idle, and incredibly chic women, weigh down their slim arms with Amrita's many options from enamel to wood. We checked in on her offerings at Coterie and got a bit overwhelmed by all the colors on display. Thankfully someone else had already done the choosing for us when it came to her Bangle Bangle line as they were in the gift bag at the eLuxury party. In which case maybe we can do an ROI calculation on the gift bags as we just wrote up the designer. And now we link you to eLuxury's selection.
n. From the tusk of an elephant. Hard, smooth, yellow-white color. Carved into fans, combs and jewelry. Elephants have been slaughtered for their tusks and are now protected by countries in Africa. Ivory look-a-likes are made of plastic.
Get tribal with this Ivory Geometric Bangle, $375.
There's no stopping the bracelet brigade. It is indeed the season of the wrist. Tuck away those simple earrings and dainty rings, jewelry remains a way to make a statement. Karl was cuckoo for bangles and cuffs at both his Fall RTW (right) and Cruise 2008 (left) collections. So if you've forever been jonesing for classic Chanel wristwear get ready for an influx. Pile on the drama like at Louis Vuitton (middle), where Marc Jacobs didn't hold back and chose to twin his metallic bangles with an even more metallic clutch.
My styling tip? All you need is a black long-sleeve turtleneck, some tailored jeans, pile those bracelets on and you are cocktail-ready. Tchin-Tchin!