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.
As pictured from London Fashion Week these necklaces are easily versatile across many types of outfits. They can be worn as a choker or using the brooches across blazer lapels, around a chunky collar, across the front of a dress as a belt adornment or in the back hanging into an open back. Or even pinned just outside a blazer, vest, or dress pocket to mimic the chains of a pocket watch.
Links to Brooch Necklaces as seen at 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.