Spring into the season with these attire-brightening accessories
By Olivia Putnal | Photos by Sara Hanna
The temperature is rising, so it’s time to add decorative pieces to your wardrobe
that scream spring. If hopping on the floral-inspired clothing trend isn’t for you, a
subtle way to add color and spunk is with jewelry, of course. From a casual flowery
pendant perfect for everyday wear, to party-ready neon arm candy, we’ve rounded
up accessories from around Buckhead, guaranteed to bring out your flirty side.
1. For a ring splurge that is sure to impress, this floral beauty by Laura Pearce has a
14-carat yellow gold rope band. The flower is made of sparkling green amethyst
stones and the .05-carat diamond in the center tops off its elegance. We recommend
pairing the ring with your new pastel Easter dress this season.
Flower Ring with Diamonds: $1,163, Laura Pearce Ltd.
2. We think the pale blue tones of these LA Stein 18-carat yellow gold earrings are
totally ocean appropriate. The blue topaz and green Laguna agate combination will
blend beautifully with your all-white outfit for spring break, but also with a little
black dress for an evening out. Petal Verte Drop Earrings: $6,400, LA Stein.
3. A less formal option that’s ideal for daily wear is this floral pendant necklace by
Mark Edge. The pendant and star of the show is made from vintage recycled enamel
and topped with a red bead for an extra pop of color. The short length works with
almost any type of blouse or dress neckline—you’ll never want to take it off.
Vintage Recycled Enamel Flower Pendant: $108, Mark Edge.
4. South Buckhead-based Stella and Dot stylist Lillian Charles can help you get your
hands on this Norah cuff that will add just the right amount of bling to your all-black
ensemble or a bright neon blouse with jeans. The cuff combines vintage gold with
both yellow and sparkling stones for a statement piece like no other.
Norah Cuff: $79, Stella and Dot.
Laura Pearce Ltd.
2300 Peachtree Road N.W.
3802 Roswell Road N.E.
886 Piedmont Avenue N.E.
Stella and Dot
Wardrobes by Lillian Charles