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Remember when you'd wear all your favorite clothes at once? Not caring they didn't match, only that you wanted to wear them all at once, all the time. That's how we feel - we'd wear every earring, ring, necklace, & bangle at once if we could!
One size does not fit all and we believe in designing a piece that carries the story of you. If you're going to wear some thing, wear jewelry with a story.
Bespoke Beaded brooch necklace - what an alliteration! A combination of brooch and necklace, this versatile collection of necklaces were made in conjunction with London Fashion Week.
Black Lace Couture Earrings are hand-dyed statement earrings. They are the #gobigorgohome statement without the weight because they are made from vintage lace curtains that once hung in Alice's home!
The 2.0 version of these couture earrings come as a clip-op! Why a clip-on? Because it brings that statement making piece up over the lobe of your ear, altering the look of your typical statement earring as well as your ear. These clip-ons are a great look for hair up kinda-day's or events!
A hand-stitched necklace with glass crystals, chains, and rope. Bonded with snake-printed leather and an over-sized clasp to ensure statement making from the back as well. Large clasps are another reoccurring theme through out Alice & Chains statement pieces. This piece came to life from a dream and sexes up a white, v-neck tee which allows the chains to hang, swaying down from the throat as seen in the second picture.
A purple vintage-based statement necklace inspired by a jewelry-admiring and gift-adorning spirit.
Most Alice & Chains' pieces have a story; this necklace has one too, except of a different variety. This necklace was made while the designer lived in a house built in the mid-1800s by a doctor that she and her family believed was haunted by not just one, but several ghosts. Having seen at least three of the ghosts, our designer likes to believe that the fourth was a friendly, more passionate jewelry admirer than the rest, as it left random pieces of jewelry often purposefully placed on the steps leading to her basement workshop. Nothing else around except the random brooch, pin, or piece of jewelry that had never been seen before. This necklace contains one of the more beautiful pieces gifted by the ghost to the designer. I suspect the ghost must have worn this once or twice, but I can't be certain.
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A blue and copper, fabric and beaded statement necklace inspired by 1920s menswear and part of our London Fashion Week collection. Worn either as a choker with a strapless dress or more casually, as a longer necklace with a t-shirt and jeans.
Links displaying the Blue Tie at London Fashion Week:
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Humanity Humility Honesty Hustle Cuff was inspired by a stained glass window seen in Portugal and an Instagram post. This one-of-a-kind, statement cuff is a what fashionista dreams are made of. Couture jewelry created by hand from mixed-medias - photography, Photoshop, painting, and beading.
Couture Beaded Cape is a one-of-a-kind, hand-stitched beaded cape. Made from vintage beads, findings, and Swarovski crystals. Worn with magnets to keep the cape in place whether on top of an evening gown, blazer, sweater, or coat. It was made in conjunction with the London Fashion Week collection. Another piece of statement jewelry stating that jewelry is art!
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Key to My Heart Necklace is that pop of color to any fall or winter outfit that still has hidden reminders of the summer. The key on the necklace states "heart" and the necklace in its entirety was crafted to suggest that we wear our hearts outside of our chests when we give someone the gift of our love.
The other pieces of the necklace are made from vintage jewelry and are inspired by the color and shape of half a heart which is suggested by the vintage jewelry paired within the shell. The interior of the shell was hand-painted gold and embellished with Swarovski crystals.
Before we head into the holiday season, busy with family, celebrating, and fun, give yourself some acknowledgement of what you've accomplished in the last day, week, month, and year.
What practices do you have or share with your family that recognize and acknowledge gratitude and keeping an eye on the positive?