Crossed and Studded

Hello! I hope you all had a nice Fourth of July weekend. We are now officially in the full swing of summer, and we sure are feeling the heat in NYC. Being a jewelry company, we are always watching out for the latest trends and we have been noticing that crosses are trending at the moment. We’ve seen them on sheer button up blouses, two-finger rings, purses, backpacks and even shoes. There is also this little trend where crosses are worn sideways which makes it edgy instead of religious.

Here at Chibi, we haven’t been so adventurous with the use of this symbol but we have made a few things that are just too cute to pass up.

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The Rosary necklace: Someone ordered this during our 4th of July sale and since we handmake everything to order, we were so wowed at how beautiful this piece actually is.

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Super cool Native inspired cross cuffs.

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Something with a bit of color and cuteness.

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Delicate, tiny and well..chibi! This baby cross is cute and makes a great layering piece.

We definitely love the cross trend you can tell. We might even do the sideways cross sometime soon, since celebrities seem to be rocking them everywhere! Stay tuned and subscribe to our blog for more updates.

Bye!

 

 

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About chibijewels

Chibi Jewels is a New York jewelry studio whose whimsical collection of handmade jewelry takes inspiration from the traditions, colors, patterns, and symbols of cultures from around the world. Each collection starts with travel, encounters, and collaborations between artisans and results in beautifully handcrafted jewelry, designed and constructed here in New York City. In Japanese, chibi means small, but it is a term of endearment used only between those that are close. Chibi Jewels aims to unite far away people and cultures and to bring their traditions together through their unique collection of modern jewelry.
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