I may be hard of earring but it seems your delicate accessories are a bit quiet. Those barely-there baubles are hardly ringing endorsements of your status as a style setter. And that oh-so-simple neckpiece – well no one can read your choker face.
Pump it up a notch with adornments that speak volumes (without drowning out the rest of your outfit).
Caroline Hay started making jewelry in her hometown of Charleston, South Carolina. But it was a move to Maui then Oahu that inspired the colorful, nature-inspired TOR (short for “the ocean rises”) Jewelry collection.
Make a statement with vibrant seed beads intricately woven on gold-filled wire, striking arrowhead pendants, raw quartz and citrine trimmed in gold, sleek buffalo horn eagles, wire-wrapped sharks' teeth on hand-shaped hoops, and gemstones dangling from adorable turquoise birds. Then wrist and shout with piles of tumbled gemstones on gold-filled chain bracelets.
Hay can alter many pieces to fit. Most are priced around fifty dollars.
Now that's how to let your fashions speak louder than words.