Posts Tagged ‘modern jewelry artists’

Giveaway! Modern Surgicial Stainless Steel Earrings by In-Sync Design from Oye Modern

Monday, September 6th, 2010

Here's your wonderful surgical stainless steel earrings on display. Pow! Beauty! Pow! Gorgeous!

I very recently reviewed the Arch Earrings by in-sync design, as offered on the cool Modern jewelry website Oye Modern. Remember? And now…. a dedicated and stylish ShesSmart.com reader will win a pair because you guys are just so fabulous and loyal and… you’re all such special women! You get the same earrings as I did, and I think that’s great because, hello, I have amazing taste! (Hehe!) But seriously, you’ll wow your friends with these amazing earrings.

These surgical stainless steel earrings are 12 x 65mm (0.4 x 2.5 inches)

Oye Modern features many modern jewelry artists worthy of your love and attention.

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Love them! Arch Modern Earrings feature a Long Organic Design

Monday, September 6th, 2010

victoria mason jewellery

I’m a little bit timid with modern jewelry design. I went through a phase where I was very much the iconic polished girl who also wore classic, traditional items or clean lines. I had embraced my perfectionism in a way where everything was black and sleek and ironed and “perfect.”  But I’ve been venturing into two realms: funky/fun style, boho/boho chic style. While sometimes I think of modern jewelry as “perfect” there’s actually a lot of modern jewelry artists who embrace ideas of whimsy and nature.

Check out the long earring design on these puppies! Long earrings are wonderful if they're not heavy. And these aren't heavy at all!

I found a lot I liked at Oye Modern, but one piece that really called out to me (oh yes, it called! or yodeled!) was the Arch earrings by In-Sync Design. I received a pair to review. First off, I LOVE long earring designs, but that usually equates to heavy, droopy things. Not in this case. They’re SURPRISINGLY light. I almost forgot I was wearing them. Of course, I was also very aware that I was wearing them because I was feeling cocky! It’s true. I’m guilty. ... Read More