A style staple I can’t live without: the classic hoop earring. Because I like a little drama, a simple stud earring will not do, but a dramatic streamlined hoop is my go-to. When designers like Rachel Zoe introduced a new more geometric take modernizing the classic hoop earring I was hooked. And pairing them with the sexiest sweater I’ve seen this season, also by Rachel Zoe, and the Chloé Nile bracelet crossbody bag, I’m in style heaven.
SHOP THE OUTFIT
The popular Chloé bracelet bag is the perfect example of how hardware details are captivating bloggers. Both chic and edgy the bag can be worn as a bracelet clutch with dresses, slung casually along the hip as a crossbody or as a simple shoulder bag for day. It’s probably by far my favorite purchase this season and highly recommended if you are looking for an investment piece. One small detail worth mentioning about this bag is that while it’s on the smaller side I surprisingly can fit my iPhone 7 Plus, my cash and credit cards and a few small makeup essentials inside.
BRACELET & O-RING BAGS
And have you seen the new mismatched lengths in earrings? Big trend coming your way! What do you think about pairing earrings of two different lengths? Hoops are having their moment from oversized to swingy, pendulum spheres and all kinds of geo rings on earrings. All matters of interconnected rings can be found on sweatshirts and sweaters too. Some keywords to search for in clothing are grommets, o-ring and hardware. Of course I rounded up some of favorite earrings, bracelet bags and sweaters with hardware details for you to recreate the look below. These styles feel edgy to wear, like getting a piercing without the commitment! The more hardware you add the edgier a look can get of course you can always keep things minimal. That’s why I opted to pair a black stretch legging or leather jean to up the sleek factor.
HOOP, GEO & PENDULUM EARRINGS