With Autumn closing in quickly… the warm sunny days fading to cool & grey – we are finally facing the reality that Winter really is coming. In fact, there is a snow warning out for Vancouver for the coming weekend, which should really throw us all for a loop, as Vancouverites are always completely
unprepared for any amount of snowfall. I may not have salt in my shed, or have any idea where to look for my snow shovel… but most importantly I have made up a nice warm and spicy amber bracelet, just right
for the snowy season about to arrive. The truth is that Vancouver really only has to deal with snow a couple of times each Winter, so even the municipalities are a little laid back about making expensive preparations for those few days of the year. The result is streets that remain unplowed, traffic chaos for those fools who rush out anyhow, and tons
of people just take the day off. It’s sort of like when you were back in school – snowflakes means an impromptu “Snow Day” where everyone claims to be working from home. But in fact we’re out rolling around in a scant inch of damp snow with the dog and our kids. With so many hills – North Vancouver is on the side of a mountain range –
In this bracelet we combined caramel tones with beautiful ambers and glittering touches of gold.
Think “spiced apple cider” or mulled wine”… We found some lovely uniques that help to give a little depth to the design, as they incorporate not only some rich glitter accents, but also some nice deep purply blacks. It’s the time of year for dramatic jewellery, so
we’ve pulled out all the stops on gold, and even added a limited edition Christmas tassel to the golden flower lock. I like to add these tassels to the small side of a decorative lock, layered on before the bracelet chain. This keeps the tassel neatly in one spot, and adds interest to the clasp which often lays on the top of the wrist.
Get cosy… We’ve popped all these ambers and uniques into our online shop so that you can enjoy browsing them even if you’re snowed in!