I’ve been accused of a nose job, but I’ve had no “work” done, on any part of my body. Well, unless you count my teeth. I did have those straightened.
As I packed my jewelry for this trip, I was struck by how I have come to prefer natural shapes, materials, and textures in my accessories. I made a conscious choice to choose “all natural” with my clothing,* but didn’t make a decision to do the same with my jewelry. This feather necklace (purchased eight years ago!) is a perfect example of my organic jewelry aesthetic. (But I ruined it after these pictures, getting the delicate thing stuck in a zipper. I guess I should have stuck to plastic, after all.)
Jacket, DKNY Jeans (thrifted). Sweater, Banana Republic (consignment). Skirt, Hauber Sporting Life. Shoes, Blondo. Necklace, Urban Outfitters.
*I’m pretty sure this jacket is a polyester (not natural) blend – but my chances of finding silk velvet at the thrift store are pretty slim!