Welcome to October!

The warm October days have finally drifted away from NYC and we are forced to pull on our sweaters and combat boots for the upcoming chilly mornings. October is like a version of Christmas, on the last day of the month we get to celebrate and wear costumes and walk around the East Village with other costumed crusaders.

October is magic. The cool crispness of the air almost feels rejuvenating and it’s the best time to wear those metal statement jewelries we have been avoiding during the summer heat.

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Here are our favorite costume ideas incorporating Chibi Jewels:

Dressing up as a Mermaid? You’ll need some ocean themed jewelry:



For mermaids: Wear our Cockle Shell Earrings, Cerith Shell Necklace and Coral Branch Cuff.

If you’re going for something more regal, like Cleopatra:

Here’s what you’ll need:


You will need our Large Scarab Ring, The Hieroglyphic Cuff and the alluring Crescent & Blossom Earrings.

If you’re more of an earthy girl, you might go as a Native American:

Gear up with our Arrow Rings, Bird Cuffs and Dreamcatcher earrings:

 

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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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