This is without question my new favorite design! I know I say this often, but this bow is just so sweet, and looks gorgeous tucked in the side of a messy bun. Really very perfect. The cuff bracelets are a new addition to line that I am quite smitten with. I have a headband version of this design. Sadly, it didn’t make it to the photo shoot last week. The bow is set asymmetrically on the band. Very cute. Email me if interested. Thanks to Paula for for tweeting me the fabulous name of “Luvabow”! More new designs to follow soon…
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I have black velvet pads all over the studio with messily arranged sparkly things, most are finished, a few are unfinished, and some just have pieced together ideas- thus, they are my notebooks. I began organizing all the new designs today for a photo shoot I’m planning next week and I am a bit overwhelmed! Recently we got a new computer that doesn’t support the Canon digital software I use to take photos with, so…a lot of new designs have accumulated. Trust, it was an ugly mess which involved a few tears, and a determined and super smart hubby. We’re back on track now and I can’t wait to have all the new pieces up online soon. The pieces shown above are remnants of the “notebooks”. They are new and not available online yet, but as usual if you see something you like just let me know.
In other news I am super excited about our new campaign which will go up on Style Me Pretty in February. Speaking of…did anyone happen to see the guest post by erin ever after on Style Me Pretty today? I was floored by the emerald Gucci dress the bride wore in her Mexican wedding. Just so gorgeous, really…I love when fashion collides so well with weddings!
Have a great weekend!
I really LOVE this custom Florence Hair Ornament I just completed for Danielle from NY. I added an insane amount of aquamarine crystal to the basic design of Florence, creating a more clustered look that sparkles so beautifully. Danielle is placing the piece vertically along a messy bun and pairing it with this gorgeous Vera Wang gown. I love custom work- it’s so much fun to go through the process of talking with a customer about their vision, add my thoughts, brainstorm, and create!
We had a photo shoot last Friday with the beautiful Ashley and so I am excited to show the first of the new fall line for Naugi! The piece featured in this romantic loosely rolled chignon is the Leaves of Grass Comb. I meant to have two of this piece on hand for the shoot because that’s how I saw it when I was designing it, as a duo of combs grouped together, but I ended up with only one and was still quite pleased. I love how the design dips into the rolls of hair in the above picture. Ashley was fun to work with and endured my poking and prodding in her hair for hours. I’ll show several pictures from the shoot this week and will start working on getting the new line up on our web site. The Leaves of Grass Comb is available now- here’s a closer look.
Sometimes a certain style is my focus because my customers simply won’t have it any other way. Last week more than anything else we sold multiple sets of larger style hairpins. So I dug through my archive of photos and pulled out some photos from a shoot we did last summer in which we pulled long hair up into a side sweep and adorned with hairpins. The Plumeria flower below is actually attached to a very small comb but it’s essentially the same concept as a hairpin. I love the ear tuck here!
Let me know if there is a particular hair style you are interested in seeing. We’ll be doing a photo shoot in a few weeks and would love to hear from you!