Jewelry Style Crave: Prima Ballerina



 

Lately I’ve been drawn to anything feminine and flouncy: light as air fabrics, powdery pink hues, and delicate design details. This isn’t an accident—our favorite fashion magazines, street style icons, and couture collections are teasing the enamored ballerina-esque styles. And what embodies delicate ruffles, cascading curves, and feminine detail better than jewelry? A crisscrossing shank, the delicate whirl and twirl of a tassel pendant, or the scalloped edges of a setting. And if those designs are enhanced with a gemstone in a pastel shade—ideally, pink—then all the better. And you don’t have to be incredibly coordinated, light-on-your-tiptoes, or at all swan-like in order to embrace your inner ballerina. Elegance and femininity are always in style.

Finesse Diamonds fancy pink diamond ring

Finesse Diamonds

Frederic Duclos silver and rose pearl lariat

Frederic Duclos

 

Danhov Eleganza Sunburst ring

Danhov

 

Thistle & Bee wide ruffle cuff bracelet

Thistle & Bee

Kattan diamond wave ring

Kattan


Almor Design pink diamond swirl ring

Almor Design


Hidalgo laced up diamond engagement ring

Hidalgo

 

Le Vian Sinuous Swirl pendant

Le Vian Couture

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