Woolly mammoth

I am a third of the way through the 30 for 30 challenge (it’s day 10), and I am glad that I put my Pendleton wool sweater in the rotation. It is one of the warmest sweaters I own. It’s a vintage, American-made piece so you know the quality is good. I picked it up at the Ohio Knitting Mills pop-up shop, which has been extended to February 20th. It has been so cold this week, I actually wish I was a woolly mammoth with it’s warm fur. Damn ice age! I resorted to layering. The striped shirt seemed like a natural pairing for this rust-color sweater. I feel like the top part of this outfit is very casual and the bottoms are all business, but the flare legs allow for a little leeway in that department. A lot has been discussed about the 70s being back in style so I piled on the gold jewelry including this cool vintage cloisonné cuff from the boy and one of my new Margaret Elizabeth rings that I won from a Matchbook giveaway. The 24k gold vermeil is so pretty and shiny and I love the clear quartz. What I love most about her jewelry is that she uses fine materials, but the pieces wont break the bank. She is definitely a jewelery designer worth checking out.
Pendleton wool sweater; Old Navy t-shirt; The Limited pants; Nine West shoes; J.Crew necklace; H&M earrings; Vintage cloisonné cuff; Margaret Elizabeth ring

Blanca Monrós Gómez fine jewelry

Blanca of Blanca Monrós Gómez fine jewelry, started making jewelry at the age of seven when she spent a summer with her grandparents in a tiny Catalan village called Gironella watching her grandfather repair beaded fringe lamps, according to the bio on her site. Now, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and makes jewerly full time. Her line is made up of simple designs that are still unique and very pretty. She strives to minimize waste by reusing as much material as possible, and works with environamentally responsible sources that supply recycled precious metals. I just love the look of the seed and flower collections and the pretty, simple engagement ring.