Navettes for dayssssss (possibly weeks 😂😍). Another personal fave, and I advocate that everyone add one to their jewelry suite. They're elegant, and often give you that pop of color you need to elevate your entire look. I love wearing them on the index and middle fingers - a very current (and kinda rad) way to rock them. Plus! They make for great alternative engagement rings too 😎.
What's not to love about them?
Ps: is it kinda obvious I love green and emeralds? 😂😂
One dough- three variations of use, so different both in their looks and taste. Tender tarte tropezienne with its thick layer of diplomat cream (I am totally in love with it, it is simply amazing, so soft, so silky, and complements the brioche do much that it's hard to avoid having a second piece), funny-looking brioches a tete, tempting to bite off the top right away, without any side-thoughts nor regrets) and humble navettes, buns taken to the next level with crunchy sugar pearls on top and soft crumb.
Simplicity in details and indecently good outcome)
Having some real difficulties with this one. This is probably the most gorgeous piece of moss agate (I like to call it leopard agate) and it was gotten from a lady with one of the best set of eyes out there (@theoneilovenyc of course). I decided to size it to a #pinkyring , but through wear I’ve found that the shape of the head and the nature of the shoulders makes this size 3 US piece a little too tight! My worst fear is damaging the setting and shank by bending my finger too harshly while wearing it... Guys I need help; I’m happy to share this with someone who truly loves it as much as I do, and I have a strange aversion to resizing (especially a second time) my #antique rings. To share (at basically the same price I got her for) or to risk resizing troubles?? Help! 😳