As you may have guessed from my arm party in “London Fog“, I really like Cara bracelets.
Every one of their bracelets are handmade and focused on satin-ribbon, environmentally-friendly quality. After a lot of Swedish celebrities raved about Cara, they have grown from strength to strength, and have gone as far as to be a sponsor of the daytime Emmy Awards.
But it doesn’t stop there. Part of every Cara sale is donated to the Swedish Diabetic Fund, and as a diabetic myself, this registers as the first accessory company – ever – to support the cause. Cara hits all the right notes as a brand.
So….you probably want to…
WIN a Cara Bracelet!
Right?! One lucky winner will win the bracelet of their choice from the photo above, as well as a copy of my guide to fashion, beauty and self-love – She Said Style.
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She’s a caged animal
London by night
Crashing lights and cymbals
Queens of twilight
– Noisettes, “Sister Rosetta”
London was pretty much encapsulated by fog today. Feeling all Hogwarts on me.
Foggy black t-shirt – worn as dress – from Target, foggy wood/leather platforms from Buffalo London, foggy braided bracelets from Cara Collection (my current obsession).
Spring/Summer 2012 took no vacation from Basso and Brooke‘s defining colour exuberance. While I never fully believe that Bruno Basso and Chris Brooke can top their previous season, they always manage to do so. This season, they used every colour of the rainbow; tropical yellows, greens and blue merged with taupes and mustards in awe-inspiring digital prints. These are the type of special pieces that street style photographers will chase to snap.
Taking note of style rules, accessories were very minimal against the chaotic designs, barring statement chain necklaces and bracelets. Brooke – the brains behind the cutting of each garment – had an an applause-worthy hand in making the diaphonous motifs appear polished and sophisticated. Maximalist meets minimalist. View Post
“I’m here because I love Sienna Miller,” Jude Law at the show.
Flats on the runway? Really? Well, they were glittery-bow-embellished flat sandals – courtesy of Gina – so Savannah and Sienna Miller are safe for now. More than safe, actually, as their latest show for Twenty8Twelve at London Fashion Week is sure to cause a consumer craze. There was wearable look after wearable look and stacks of colorful enamel bracelets from Katie Hillier, with a great range of Miller-ed sunglasses to compete with. View Post