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Jennifer Fisher – Blagden Alley – 05.24.2016

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Recently people have been inquiring with me about who designs many of the earrings I wear. I have simple taste when it comes to earrings and don’t mix it up too much, but I do try to find dainty pieces with a little edge.  Often I  wear ear crawlers (the long earrings that crawl up your earlobes like the Jennifer Fisher ones I have on in these photos).  She is one of my favorite jewelry designers to emerge in recent years and her fresh and simple designs epitomize what I look for.

I also regularly wear earrings by Gorjana, Eddie Borgo, Loft, Target, and Elizabeth Cole.

Here are some of my favorite styles:

 

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  1. Gorjana
  2. Target
  3. Gorjana
  4. Eddie Borgo
  5. Elizabeth Cole
  6. French Connection
  7. Gorjana
  8. Jennifer Fisher

Even more favorites here:

Fashion

Self Portrait – Dacha Beer Garden – 04.26.2016

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One of the reining styles of spring/summer is lace.  The styles are feminine, beautiful and practical.  That’s right, practical and these lace styles go way beyond the bedroom.  You can also look professional and sophisticated wearing lace.

The look I am wearing would be pushing the limits for the office, but with a camisole underneath you could certainly wear this look for a work related event.  I have also picked some of my favorite lace looks for the office below.

Shop my exact look:

 

Shop work approps lace:

Check out more spring/summer styles featured in my Fashionably Famous column for FamousDC here.

Photo Information:  Photos by Anna MeyerPhotos taken at Dacha Beer Garden in Shaw.  Mural of Elizabeth Taylor by by Byron Peck and Ivo Koytchev, more details from BadWolf DC here.