STORY AND STYLING BY MIRANDA MCDONALD | PHOTOGRAPHS BY TONY BENNETT
JEWELRY: KOERBER’S FINE JEWELRY
CLOTHING: FRANCES LEWIS
HAIR AND MAKEUP: ANN MARIA & CO
LOCATION: TONY BENNETT PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO
MODELS: KRISTEN KIRSCH, JESSICA MALLOY AND JAMIEN TOMLINSON
SWEET TREATS: ADRIENNE & CO. BAKERY CAFE
Sweeten up your fall wardrobe with some of our favorite picks from KOERBER’S FINE JEWELRY. Whether you overindulge in a Lucite jewelry set, stack on a wrist full of beautiful bracelets, or you’re simply looking for the perfect pair of earrings to take you from night to day, do some guilt-free snacking on our diamonds and desserts.
Move over statement necklaces, it is time to give the statement bracelet the spotlight. Just remember to keep your eyes on colorful items as a great option for brightening up your fall and winter wardrobe.
Add a little frosting to your favorite look by going with an alluring jewelry set. Wear the full set when you want to really sparkle, or simply break the pieces up when you want to go for a more subtle approach.
An engagement ring as gorgeous as this can easily stand out on its own. However, stacking delicate bracelets on the same wrist is a stylish way to frame your favorite piece of jewelry in a subtle, yet chic manner. Even a delectable macaroon can’t compete with this sweet combination.
A statement necklace or pair of earrings can make any outﬁt a little more savory. Pair either piece with your favorite heels for a night out on the town or add some panache to your favorite jeans with either accessory. Either way, digging into statement pieces is a great way to spice up your wardrobe.
Go with a bold blend of black titanium when it comes to choosing a man’s wedding band. Black bands are a modern approach when it comes to wearing a classic piece of jewelry.
Embrace blue as a new neutral when it comes to jewelry. Sweeten up your favorite little black dress with pieces created in a beautiful shade of blue topaz or go bold with a brighter neo turquoise hue.
Indulge by stacking beautiful bangles on both wrists. Sometimes less is indeed more.