Monday, July 9, 2012
Destination Wedding Jewelry: Pieces Inspired by the SouthwestWords by Courtney Kellar Words by Courtney Cox
Photos courtesy of Kris Nations Jewelry
In an office full of women, we’re hopelessly obsessed with gorgeous accessories and W-day jewelry. Thus, when Kris Nations approached us about their new bridal jewelry, we quickly sat up and took notice. What we found was super trendy and fabulously unique jewelry. While the brand, inspired by the architecture in Albuquerque and Sante Fe, might not be a fit for every bride, it will certainly appeal to the more adventurous destination bride.
Chevron Marquis $68
The pieces are made from recycled brass and are plated in either 14 karat gold or sterling silver. The pieces are a combination of chevron patterns, glass dagger beads and gold and gunmetal chains. Kris Nations’ signature delicate geometric patterns are pretty enough for W-day and serve as wearable art. It’s also not a bad idea to invest in wedding jewelry which can be dressed down and worn again and again. Even better is that all of Kris Nations’ pieces are eco-friendly and made in the USA using re-purposed metal from the Earth’s existing supply.
The line’s signature “State” mini charms could be the perfect way to remember your domestic destination wedding location and a simple bracelet or bangle would make the perfect bridesmaids’ gift. We were sent a few samples to review and the quality is definitely there – ensuring your piece will last for many years to come, just like your love! For more information or to order your own signature pieces visit krisnations.com.
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