I’m definitely having a moment with all things celestial — stars, the moon, constellations, etc. I’ve clearly got my head in the clouds! And there are SO many great options out there to satisfy my celestial cravings. I wanted to share 11 items with you which I absolutely adore. In no particular order, here they are.
These “written in the stars” rings from Sofia Zakia are just amazing. You can pick two different constellations, and she’ll combine them on one band. How cool is that?! I can picture them as wedding rings, friendship rings, or even one combining one’s parent’s or children’s constellations. Ok, I’ll stop gushing now.
I admit that while I covet this jacket from L’Agence, even the large doesn’t fit me. *drats* BUT…I was able to fulfill my fantasy through my client, who looked absolutely stellar in it. She’s pairing it with everything from a camouflage slip dress to a tee and jeans. Super versatile.
I co-hosted a trunk show recently with The Kollective, and this Brooke Gregson astrology pendant was among the items for sale. Dreamy, right?
Buddha Mama has it going on with these earrings! They combine the star motif with the eye and accented in white-hot enamel. Plus, isn’t the shape so edgy? Very fashion-forward.
Again, I’m lusting for these Aquazzura Cosmic Star boots from afar, as I can’t wear a heel, but boy is my client enjoying them! They are such a chic way to add some personality to any outfit.
You may have seen these Selim Mouzannar diamond star earrings on my JFT Facebook page, and they have to be included in this article. I think they’re quite spectacular. I want them…just sayin’.
Rails has quite a few styles of shirts with stars on them, but I think this shirt jacket with star patches is my fave. When I’m not in black, grey or white, army green is my go-to color.
Sirciam has been a long-time favorite with their rose gold celestial pieces. This particular ring is a real winner in my book. Even though it’s a larger scale ring, it works perfectly for every day. And yes, I have yet another client who will attest to that fact.
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know I buy myself a “boyfriend gift” for various occasions. I mean really, why should I have no boyfriend AND no jewelry?! I can’t control the boyfriend part, but I can certainly buy myself jewelry! I await the arrival of my own Samantha Knight pendant with my lucky number 13 on it to celebrate the holidays.
Luckily, I did find the perfect pair of star jeans that actually came in a size 16. Score! Loving my new Mia star print jeans from Kut. I put them with a distressed over-sized light blue chambray shirt and felt awesome.
Though I haven’t seen this Andrea Fohrman necklace in person, it sure looks fab! #goals
Honestly, this is just the tip of the starry iceberg. There are SO many options out there in clothing, jewelry and accessories, I could go quite crazy. What about you? Do you have any celestial cravings? I’d love to hear from you in the comment section.
15 thoughts on “Celestial Dreams”
A stellar subject for your blog 🙂 Love the pieces you’ve chosen and now I’ll look around to see if I can spot them in the stores. Thanks!!
I bet you’ll see it everywhere, now that your eyes are open to it. 😉
I love the constellation rings. If I lose my wedding band again one of those might be have to be my replacement!
Aren’t those the coolest? And…there’s no rule to say that you can’t add another ring to your life– you don’t have to lose one to get a new one. 😉
Okay. Breath. Need to go through this article many times! So many options. To date I’ve had no pieces in my wardrobe or jewel collection featuring a celestial motif. Hmm. Why, when I read my horoscope all the time? Thanks, Amy, for providing food for thought. e.xxx
Sounds like it might be just the right time to add a celestial piece to your collection, Elise! Happy I could introduce something new. 🙂
My very favorite jewelry motif. What a fun read. I’m going to buy that shirt, for sure. And am going to dream about the Andrea F. necklace. Wowza. Love the Sofia Zakia too. What a way to shoot for the stars!! Thanks for the great post, Amy!
So happy that it brightened your day, Andrea!! 🙂
LOVE LOVE LOVE the shirt jacket with star patches. I am always on the lookout for pieces that are subtle, yet still make a statement and that shirt does JUST THAT!!!
I think so too, Megan!! xo
So glad to have found your blog (via Brenda Kinsel’s blog)! What a great group of designers you’ve covered. May I be so bold to suggest a topic: interchangeable jewelry? I have a few pieces of Orbis jewelry and Kiki McDonough earring drops, and I really appreciate their versatility.
P.S.: LOVE that your Mom comments on your blog!
Welcome to the blog, Patricia! Happy that you’re enjoying it. I appreciate the topic suggestion. I did write an article about Clara Williams jewelry a few years ago that you may like. She has a great interchangeable line. (//www.jewelryfashiontips.com/clara-williams-jewelry-designer/) And yes, my mom is an awesome supporter. 🙂
I love the products featured here! I’ve always had a weak spot for constellations ever since I was a kid. That love got carried on to jewelry as well. If celestial designs depicting constellations is right down your alley, then you must visit Page Sargisson New York. The collection is vast and ranges from Pisces to Aries to Cancer constellation necklaces. You name it! They have it! They are contemporary in nature but ooze of luxury and style! The constellation theme carries onto the rings as well which have unique look like no other I’ve previously laid my eyes on.
I LOVE these, Page!!! Thanks so much for writing and including a link. They are super cool. xo