I don’t know what is it about this striped shirt, but I like it and wear it far more often than my black and white Ann Taylor one. I think I like that the stripes are actually navy and not black, and that it has a different shape than most striped shirts I see.
As you know, I’m an intern at an environmentally friendly jewelry designer here in New York, so I was eager to put some of my jewelry inspecting skills to the test when Anjolee offered me a necklace for review. Anjolee specializes in custom made diamond jewelry and Anjolee diamonds are never treated or enhanced. They’re also Kimberley Process compliant (an industry standard conflict-free certification).
Anjolee offered me a few necklace options, including one of their diamond necklace designs (except set with cubic zirconia) or a gemstone necklace. I love colored gemstones so I chose a topaz, though it was very close– I almost picked citrine. I’m wearing Anjolee’s Gemstone Solitaire Pendant Necklace. This particular one is set with a 4.0mm topaz (just under 1/4 carat) in white gold on an 18 inch chain. The color and clarity of the topaz are excellent and I imagine would only improve with gemstone size as the back of the setting is open.
You can take a look at Anjolee’s diamond necklaces on their website (how pretty are the riviera necklace styles– I’ve seen these so much lately) and read more about the company on their about page.
I’m wearing my Helmut Lang coat, J Jill Cardigan, xhilaration/Target striped shirt (swapped), T by Alexander Wang skirt, Betsey Johnson tights, Mia ankle boots, Anjolee necklace (c/o), and Bill Blass scarf.
Disclosure: Anjolee provided me with a topaz and white gold necklace for review.