A Touch of Gold.
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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 artistsโ€”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 charmsโ€”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.

xx,

Tasha