Monday, April 2, 2012

Jewelry 4:11

As an avid fan and patron of Virgins, Saints, & Angels (VSA), I seriously must share my unabashed love of this brand. Handmade in Mexico and worth every penny, the style and versatility of Cheryl Finnegan’s creation is simply incomparable. “The common thread amongst all VSA wearers is that they want to make a statement,” says the 2008 Council of Fashion Designers of America inductee. “They are confident - inspired by fashion, art, beauty, or symbolism.”
This quartet are some of my favorite VSA pieces!
These Rose of Venus Earrings, which reference the Sisterhood of Mary Magdalena, pair perfectly with a black top and leggings and they will exquisitely accentuate a teal colored wedge.

This eye catching San Benito Oval Charm defines the phrase ensemble staple. Throw this necklace over a casual t-shirt and jeans or a cute floral dress.

The Antigua Cuff will beautifully interplay elegant simplicity and spectacular expression, no matter your choice of afternoon or evening apparel. Compliment this cuff with the above Rose Of Venus earrings, a darling necklace, or a ring!

This Resurrection Jesus Ring, which depicts one of religion's most sacred occurrences, is sincerely beyond words. You can easily wear this ring with any outfit you could ever purchase.

Below are a collage of celebs who share my crush on VSA!
Leven Rambin, notable for her Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice recurring role as Dr. McSteamy's pregnant daughter Sloan Riley, flawlessly accessorized her lacy Isabel Lu dress with a peacock bead “Magdalena” necklace.

Miley Cyrus supplements a relaxed black and white t-shirt and jeans look with an accessory almost as delicious as boyfriend Liam Hemsworth, the previously referenced Magdalena necklace. The So Undercover and LOL star infuses a bold pop of purple via her Marc By Marc Jacobs shoulder bag.

America's first sisters of reality, Khloe, Kim, and Kourtney Kardashian, who have their own VSA Kardashian Collection, wear selected pieces while signing for fans at Kitson. The girls, whose Armenian heritage inspired their pieces, have dedicated the venture to the victims of the Armenian Genocide.