It pays to keep up with the “likes” of these style influencers
Pinterest, the most visually lush of all social media sites, is a great place to engage with clients. But you could also consider it an avenue for continuing education. The site lets you keep pace with the evolving tastes of some of the style world’s most influential players. Here are five killer boards you should be following.
The eagle-eyed accessories editors at Harper’s Bazaar pin mountains of jewelry here before winnowing down looks to show in the magazine and on the website.
Emily Schuman, editor of well-read fashion blog Cupcakes and Cashmere, maintains a charming “accents” board full of jewelry young, hip fashion girls wear and love.
The swishiest U.S. fashion magazine has a board on Pinterest dedicated to “perfect” engagement rings.
As one of the most popular online sellers of vintage fine jewelry, 1stDibs has a gorgeous board dedicated to estate and vintage looks. For vintage sellers it may be instructional, for new jewelry retailers—pure inspiration.
Peppered with picks from Sotheby’s, 1stDibs, and her own fashion company, Moda Operandi, fashion editor and socialite Lauren Santo Domingo’s “Jewels” board is a deep dive into beautiful pieces with pedigree.