I’m all into piling the jewelry on, as long as the “piles” make some sort of sense. Of course, I realize that my style preference is subjective, and that one person’s style is another’s raised eyebrow. Take for instance the gentleman who came into the salon where I was waiting to get my hair cut yesterday. He only caught my attention when he started talking to the receptionist about ballroom dancing. Since I love dancing, I was distracted enough from the magazine in my lap to focus on the figure attached to the voice. Imagine my surprise to see a rather sweaty gentleman sporting a baseball cap, untucked polo shirt, small khaki shorts, bare legs…and a pair of high-heeled black ladies dance shoes.
He was taking great care to point out that women are better dancers than men – the reason being that they do everything backwards and in high heels. I wasn’t sure exactly if what I was seeing wasn’t a little backwards, but the risk-taking surely got my attention.
Vive la différence!
Like! I agree, this little pile of rings makes sense.
Thanks, Helen! I regard that praise highly since I consider you the “Queen of Artfully Matching Jewelry.”
P.s. Can you send me the name of the jeweler who made the nuts and bolts necklace you were wearing on Sunday?