Now, who doesn’t love a giant, in-your-face, haven’t-left-the-nineties-even-though-I-hardly-grew-up-in-them pair of party hoops? I sure do. But for the more subdued, ordinary day, I find that they get tangled in my hair, or just don’t match the mood. See, Fridays are a more suitable hoop day. Fridays are fun. But Wednesdays are just a little excuse to feel a bit closer to Fridays, so we have to work our way there in terms of how wild our accessories are. We can’t kill the weekend too early.
I’m also 100% overthinking this because I wear the same two necklaces everyday and hardly ever put on earrings. I would abide by Chanel’s mantra that suggests taking one piece of jewellery off before leaving the house, but it’s not like I even put any on.
Apparently minimal accessorizing is a thing though, and I hardly realized the potential for minimalist jewellery to liven up a look before I heard of Mejuri. It is a high quality, middle price-ranged, small batch production Canadian jewellery line. I’ve done work with them before. One of the necklaces I wear everyday is a Mejuri gold choker. I love it. It’s so good, I recommend it to any friend who is looking for something timeless, or looking for a gift. It’s one of those brands that produces timeless pieces.
With regards to the whole hoop situation I was saying before, these gold vermeil midi hoops are the solution. I’ve gotten so many complements from both friends and strangers, and they don’t give my ears an allergic reaction! They’re the perfect look to frame your face this fall. Shop them here.
Also pictured below is the rest of the look I wore while shooting these earrings with Katie Cung (@katiecung):