Move over Shamballa, here comes Silix! The mood ring marked the 70’s. Chokers were in during the 90’s, and Shamballa bracelets were the biggest craze just a few years ago. Now it’s time to make room for the newest and hottest jewelry trend – SILIX by AYA!
Brought to you by designer Aya Azrielant, Silix is the perfect bracelet accessory for the summer season. Silix bracelets are trendy, versatile, and affordable.
Bracelets come in a variety of colors and metals such as black, white, and red so you can match them with practically anything (and who doesn’t love that?).
Stack em’ and have an arm party. Wear one color to work in the morning, and a different color for that post-work happy hour. Ask yourself, “What’s your Silix?”
We’re black with yellow gold kinda gals, and big fans of the recent gold jewelry trend seen on the runways. Luckily there’s a Silix just for us! Take a look at some of the ways we’d style our favorite black and yellow gold Silix.
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Vintage diamonds, yellow gold, glittering gemstones – we’re seeing a bevy of beautiful variations on the brooch theme these days. The sensibly stylish, Michelle Obama, is now synonymous with the jewelry trend, and she launched yet another brooch blitz last night on the Tonight Show.
“I want to ask you about your wardrobe. I’m guessing about $60,000, $70,000 for that outfit,” Leno joked.
“Actually this is a J. Crew ensemble. We ladies, we know with J. Crew. You can get some good stuff online,” a gracious Mrs. O replied.
We are still on the lookout for the brooch details (which, like her convention brooch, most likely came from her own jewelry box), but the J Crew ensemble included their Italian Deco tank, Crystal-button colorblock cardigan in Silver Honey and Metallic cloque pencil skirt in Metallic Sour Lemon.
Even Mrs. O knows it’s all about metallics this season, ladies.
Until recently, the brooch was a forgotten jewelry accessory relegated to Victorian era museum exhibits and grandma’s jewelry box. But with Michelle Obama’s help (and TV’s hit Mad Men), it’s clear women of all ages can “spread the wealth” with this glittering jewelry trend.