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Have Some Fun

Friday, July 8th, 2011

We all need a little fun and whimsy in our lives. Polka dots are my fun of the week- it’s in the wedding details, vacation dreams, and my post baby dream skirt.

This is, by the way, the color I want in my new soon to be bedroom. However… how fabulous is this Sarah Seven dress. It really just makes me happy, and bursting for a reason to wear a version on this swiss dot beauty. Photography, Brandon Witzel.

I need no excuse whatsoever to love, and pine away for these Polka-Dot d’Orsays.

This Felix Rey clutch… use whatever excuse you need. A bag to carry {pass off} at your wedding works just fine for me.

Vacation dreams + floating in sun drenched water.

This Shabby Apple skirt is on my list, post baby of course. I wouldn’t mind sailing in it either.

 

 

Painterly Fashion Editorial: Miss Capricho

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

 

Ever notice the delightful illustrations on Daily Candy? The artist behind the delicate watercolors is Swedish born Marie-Klara Gonzalez, or Miss Capricho. I think she must paint everything she’s sees, and dreams about. See more of her world, here. She quotes Dolcecity’s description of her observations- “a Swedish girl with Cuban roots looking for a home between dreams, vain hopes and little black dresses”. I think that’s a perfect description. Just Beautiful.

 

Naugi Featured:THE KNOT Summer 2011 Issue

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

Have you seen the Knot Summer 2011 issue? I am thrilled to say it features three Naugi pieces in the editorial for this issue!

 

 

Circled above, the Lily Headband.

 

 

On the model, the Jackie Headband.

 

 

Circled above, the Wisteria Headband.

Thanks to the super, super nice group of people over at the Knot!

The Royal Wedding Fashion Review

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

Kate Middleton made a beautiful, elegant, ultra romantic bride! Her wedding gown and reception gown, both by Sarah Burton, the creative director of British fashion house Alexander McQueen, exuded an understated romantic elegance. She was so gorgeous! I love that her style obviously reflected her own taste.  Any modern day bride could pull elements from her look- lace, soft romantic hair, understated tiara, or the in season flowers, for their own wedding. Above the fashion, she truly seemed happy and gracious toward the attention she received. Just lovely, and so adorable too!

Her Cartier tiara (on loan), was made in 1936 and was purchased by The Duke of York (King George VI) for his Duchess (The Queen Mother). Queen Elizabeth received the tiara from her mother on her 18th birthday. The sparkling tiara held Middleton’s transparent veil, made of ivory silk tulle with a trim of hand-embroidered flowers.

I love tiaras and headbands just as much as any Princess! Our Night at the Museum Headband is one of my favorites… it’s not quite as tall as Kate’s, which makes it a bit more accessible to most brides. Oh… and it’s made with Swarovski crystal, rather than diamonds!

Are you planning on styling your look after Kate? Certainly, everyone should wear her smile. Beautiful!

 

May Wish List

Monday, April 18th, 2011

May’s wish list is all about touches of gold, loose fitting garments to accommodate the baby bump, and a little vintage thrown in to keep things exciting. I haven’t worn a watch in about four years, which works for me most of the time, but honestly being on time is a challenge for me, so… I think it’s time to begin wearing one again. It can’t be too expensive because I am hopelessly hard on watches, bracelets, and rings… this over sized Fossil is perfect. I’m in love with this vintage Hermes bracelet. Unfortunately, it disappeared from my favorites on Etsy and I don’t remember the seller’s name. I’ll keep looking… I love it! I’m pretty sure if I get this flowy jersey chemise I might wear it every other day. Everyone in my life would like to see me wear something other than yoga pants for the next six months! And, the bag… well it speaks for itself, doesn’t it? So do the sparkly flats. I love scarves, even in summer. This light wight pale toned Julia Hill is a beauty. Lastly, the ring… I won’t get it because the price tag is um… just a bit high. Yes, it is, but isn’t the pear stone delicate and lovely?

Nine West, Facinate Flats. Julia Hill, Swirled Scarf. Vintage Hermes, Bracelet. Conroy & Wilcox, Ring. Anthropologie, Big Bang Bag. Fossil, XL Stella Champagne Chronograph Dial Watch. Anthropologie,Nautical Dreaming Chemise.

Jessica Coleman - Owner of Naugi Tiaras

Hi! I‘m Jessica, the owner and designer for Naugi Tiaras. Our blog is all about our products, what we love, weddings and design. Naugi has been in business since early 1999, creating unique handmade jewelry and accessories for brides around the world.

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