Shift dresses and Go-go boots! Do those ring a bell?
What We Love: The sixties are back, and in full swing! A-line cuts, wild colors, and chunky heels are what’s walking the runways for spring 2013.
Who We Love:
Photo by Pasha Antonov
Photo by Pasha Antonov
A Detacher has put a modern twist on the classic 60’s cuts and colors PERFECTLY, don’t you think? We’re in love with that jump suit!
How Twisted Silver Does It:
The EQUINOX Necklace is the perfect update to a 60’s throwback! With the burnished gold, the choker style, and the funky geometric shapes, it’s the ideal accessory for any shift dress that you’re rocking this spring!
Bring stunning sophistication to the holiday party with this style option: connect Attitude bracelet with BB bracelet.
Get the most out of your Twisted collection. Spread your creative wings with this style option: connect Angel bracelet and a Rag bracelet for an asymmetrically interesting necklace.
Your Twisted collection goes the distance. Try this style option: Connect your Flower bracelet to another simple bracelet or chain for an insta-statement choker.
Need to get three looks out of one necklace? You’re in luck! Wear your Lucky Penny necklace simple and long, double-wrapped short or even as a multi-wrapped bracelet.
Convertibility is good fashionomics.
Master the equestrian trend and wear the Horse Bit Convertible as a belt or as a necklace. And check out the special price… it’s the Hot Deal of the Week!
Want more convertibility tips? Check out our Convertibility Pinterest board.
Afraid to wear statement jewelry? Debra Mitchell (Twisted Silver designer) and Ross Mathews (Academy Awards red carpet correspondent) say don’t make that mistake! In an impromptu “pre-red carpet” interview at the Oscar suites this week, Ross says:
“If you’re wearing jewelry and no one notices it, I think it’s a mistake. Unless it’s sentimental, I think it’s a mistake.”
Watch the clip here:
Be sure to catch Ross Mathews on E! as he covers celebrity fashion at the Academy Awards red carpet this Sunday, February 26 at 1:30pm ET/10:30am PT (live to both coasts) alongside Kelly Osbourne, Giuliana Rancic, George Kotsiopoulos and more.
View more pictures of Ross with Twisted Silver on our Facebook Page
Effortlessly chic, the ballerina bun is a fixture on the runways and the red carpet — and a must for cheering in the spring season. Messy, romantic (and super easy!) the ballerina bun is perfect for showcasing earrings of all types. Check out “Hot in My Salon,” a featured vid on StyleList, will give you the how-to for this insta-look.
Contrast the feminine romance of the ballerina bun with edgy chain like the Horse Bit convertible (worn as a belt of necklace). Or go the complimentary route keeping it sweet and simple with Pansy earrings or Whistle necklace.
3/4 sleeve jackets are made for bracelets.
Really, you should always buy pieces that can be worn multiple ways, and there’s nothing that fits the bill better than a great jacket. Whether it’s structured with military styling or a slouchy boyfriend blazer, a great jacket takes you from shorts-with-tights to skinny jeans to office skirt with a shrug of your shoulders.
Here’s the cool part: this season we’re seeing lots of 3/4 sleeves and cuff-able or push-up-able sleeves. That means stack up the bracelets!
The jackets out there are austere-minimalist and masculine, so feminine bracelets like Broach (shown below) add a balanced contrast… and keep you away from being extra dude. Snap bracelet (shown to right) is perfect for rocker enhancement.
Color blocking is the IT thing, from eye-popping jewel tones ala Katy Perry on the cover of Elle’s March issue, to a lesson in neutrals in Reed Krakoff’s leather snake skin tote. If you’d like to ease into the trend, try wearing mostly black and white solids broken up with a print.
So what about jewelry? Solid colors are a study in simplicity, and nothing pairs better than mixed metal chains. Wear a layer of varying lengths.
Twisted Must-Haves: Patchwork necklace and Contessa necklace (wear it double for short, open it up for long)
Contessa as a choker