DRESS by Halston Heritage from Divalani Style // BRACELET by Roberto Coin from Alvin Goldfarb // RING by Roberto Coin from Alvin Goldfarb // EARRINGS by Gorjana at Divalani Style // BELT by Ann Taylor // HEELS by Vons
We are finally seeing some sunshine in Seattle and I couldn’t be happier to get into summer dresses that are lightweight and perfect for daytime and work.Today, I was on King 5 News for a small segment on “Special Jewelry Gift Idea’s for Mother’s Day.” Finding the perfect outfit was easy, I literally tried this on and knew it would nicely match the statement jewelry I wanted to wear. Since the whole segment was about jewelry, I wanted to also wear pieces that would inspire the audience to find beautiful treasures for Mother’s Day. Although this dress has a print, it’s soft blush and black tones make it a great piece to wear on television because it’s not loud and in your face. That’s very bad for tv and makes you look wider and bigger than you really are. I also added a suede black belt for two reasons, the first, I wanted to bring in the waist to look slimer and the second reason is when you’re on set, you need a place to hold the box of the microphone. Having it hang from my panties was not an option!
About the Chandelier Earrings
Chandelier earrings are always a great compliment to any off the shoulder dress. Here I wore gold 18 kt hammered earrings that were elegant enough to compliment my beautiful ring and bracelet. I love how these earrings aren’t super shiny but stand out in my dark hair, that’s always a plus.
About the Outfit
The overall look is very feminine, which is what I wanted to display as I spoke about the jewelry. It’s my personal style preference on television and what I feel most comfortable wearing. You’ll hardly ever see me in jeans or pants, there’s something about strong statement pieces, dresses, and heels that make me feel more powerful and myself.
About the Bracelet + Ring
When I walked into Alvin Goldfarb’s in Bellevue I was immediately drawn to this collection by Roberto Coin, which was inspired by Tanaqulla, an Etruscan empress. My style of jewelry is very statement oriented. This historic empress helped shape the destiny of the city of Rome by predicting the future and she became an icon of freedom. The glistening stones are brown diamonds and it is