Wow…it’s September. I opted to enjoy the last long weekend of the summer in one of my favored ways, which is sailing. In this case, puttering around Lake Ontario.
What jewelry I wear largely depends on the type of sailing happening, ranging from a slow cruise with friends to the feistiest of regattas. When I’m on crew and awards (and egos) are at stake, there is nothing on the hands and wrists, but pretty much always big pearl studs because you can look pretty even when you’re working hard.
On a more casual day, I’m likely wearing something akin to the photos I snapped yesterday. I never wear yellow gold (except in hotter climates) because silvers, blues, greys, and whites just feel right in cool water. From the top down, I love this Vita Fede cuff because the ends remind me of compass points. I made this bracelet of aquamarine beads featuring a reef knot ages ago and I still enjoy it. The Charriol bracelet resemble the shrouds I’m hanging onto, plus diamonds are extra sparkly on water. And finally, the snake chain just adds some extra gleam.