What Does Your Jewelry Say About You?
January 15, 2008
We've found out what kind of woman wears skinny jeans and what you can tell about someone by her Louboutins, but now we're turning our attention to jewelry. Which category suits you best? Take a read and vote at the bottom.
The traditionalist: The woman who sports over-sized pearls ($2,975) has a distinctly polished, classic look. She wears Burberry scarves in the winter, Lilly Pulitzer in the summer, and was absolutely ecstatic when headbands came back in style. This well-kempt lover of pinot grigio is guaranteed to attend the alumni sorority mixer, just as soon as she splashes on some pale polish and grabs her Kate Spade purse.
The hipster: The woman who can sport this trendy Marc by Marc Jacobs pear watch pendant ($150) is no shrinking violent. She was the first person to jump on the Posh power bob bandwagon and literally ran to the nearest boutique when she learned Wayfarers were back in style. This woman can pull-off cut-off jean shorts and Converse sneakers in pretty much every situation, and she still manages to look confident and chic while doing it. You'll see this trend-setting fashionista at Whole Foods after her after her latest yoga session.
The lover of fine things: The wearer of this classic David Yurman bracelet ($790) doesn't care what all the "it" girls are wearing, despises the Olsen twins for bringing grunge back in fashion, and would rather die than have someone see a chip in her perfectly polished French manicure. The woman who wears this classic jewelry line likes to wear the best, and only the best. You know her: she's the one in the Diane von Furstenberg dress, holding the Louis Vuitton, who has no patience for the tree hugger who just ordered the green tea in front of her at Starbucks.