Belle's Weekly Favorites–January 9, 2013

Jan 9, 2013

 

1. Lanvin Glass Pearl Ring ($314) // 2. Grey Knit Dress ($49) // 3. Ivory Gardner Pendant ($48) // 4. DvF Tamali Silk & Sequin Blazer ($498) // 5. Donna Karan Cashmere Skirt ($606) // 6. Yarnz Ring Print Scarf ($97) // 7. Moschino Ivory Stripe Top ($305) // 8. Claudia Lobao Druze Stack Rings ($215)

One. This ring from Lanvin has been one of my favorites for awhile.  I love the mix of metals and textures.  This Kenneth Jay Lane ring naval cross ring ($39) with pearls and crystals also caught my eye.  And if you’re looking for an inexpensive addition to your jewelry box, this pearl ring from PacSun will cost you a cool $9.

Two. This simple sweater dress with open knit detail at the shoulders and short sleeves is a great late winter addition to your wardrobe. If you’re looking for some color, this ombre sweater dress definitely pops.  Need a plus size? This dress with a zip-neck is chic and under-$30.

Three.  While I love a necklace with substance, this one with a simpler, lighter color palette looks perfect for winter and spring.  If you like the geometric shapes, the open work on this House of Harlow necklace is fantastic.  And if smaller and simpler is what you are after, this Kenneth Jay Lane necklace is just the ticket.

Four. This sequin blazer is so glamorous.  It is also so expensive.  Sad.  However, I like this black sequin open blazer even better, and it’s under-$100.  If you need a plus-size, this silver sequin blazer is a good choice.

Five. I adore this twisted jersey skirt, it has such an easy, relaxed chic about it.  If you’d like a less-expensive twisted jersey skirt, Alexander Wang makes one for under-$100 in blue and heathered gray.

Six. A printed scarf is a great addition to a basix blazer or blouse and pairs well with casual sweaters and tees.  Want some less expensive suggestions?  This floral print scarf is $9, and this leopard print scarf is $17.

Seven. How great are the wide, watercolor stripes on this silk tee?  So fresh.  If you’d like a bit more pretty, this top from White House, Black Market has flutter sleeves and a slim fit.  

Eight.  I’ve been mildly obsessed with druzy rings for awhile, but this set of stack rings is taking it to a whole new level.  If you’d like to add a piece of druzy to your collection at a lower price, this flower ring is under-$30.  But if you’re willing to spend a bit more, this Dara Ettinger ring is fantastic and I love the soft blue on this ring from Need Supply

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  1. Amy says:

    I love that the skirt is cashmere and from DK, but it looks like you didn't pull it down all the way after your last powder room visit!

  2. r says:

    Love the watercolor-striped shirt… but $300?? Yikes… Also majorly crushing on that necklace.

  3. Mary says:

    Love the sweater dress and the scarf.

    I've noticed several Dorothy Perkins picks lately. Do you have any experience with the brand- quality, sizing, etc.? They seem to have some nice options in my price range but I don't know anything beyond that.

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