As someone who lives in a monochrome wardrobe these days, small pops of color really help my looks come alive. A bold, red lip (Ruby Woo by MAC Cosmetics, in case you're wondering), or some gold jewelry usually does the trick.
I'm very sentimental about the jewelry I wear, because I don't wear too much, usually. I typically always have on my beautiful bar necklaces by Luca Jewelry, or some dainty rings that I find all over the place. To switch it up, I went with a stack of gold and black bracelets, by Pura Vida. These beauties are hand-made in Costa Rica, by artisans, and then sent all around the world.
I think it's the coolest thing to be able to support a community of over 100 artists—not to mention, Pura Vida has partnered with charities around the world, including 1% For The Planet, where they donate 1% of their annual net revenue to environmental organizations worldwide.
These bracelets I'm wearing are made of wax coated chord, with minimal gold charms—these can easily be worn alone, or stacked for dramatic effect. I wanted to style mine with a more tailored look, since that's been my go-to these days, and I love how well they compliment my outfit. I've really been feeling the androgynous thing lately, and have been having a lot of fun creating looks that have a feminine and masculine touch. This is hand's down one of my favorites.