jewelry. Wednesday , October 04th , 2017 - 04:02:49 AM
Mood rings were first invented in the late 1960s, by a jeweler named Marvin Wernick and were later popularized by Joshua Reynolds, in the 1970s. In fact, the mood ring is an acclaimed fad of the 1970s. A lot of people followed the trend of wearing mood rings and the fashion trend was revived once again, a few years ago, with the mood ring making a comeback into the fashion world. Many, especially teenagers, proudly owned and sported mood rings, thus allowing the fashion jewelry trend to set once again. But, I wonder how many of us have the answers to what exactly are mood rings, how do they work, what are the different colors and what is their meaning? Of all these questions, the one most intriguing one would be that of the meanings of the mood ring colors. Let's find out.
Perhaps the simplest clasp you'll find is the hook clasp, which is otherwise known as fish hook clasp or hook and eye clasp. One end of the clasp consists of a simple ring, while the other end is shaped like a hook. To fasten, just slip the ring into the hook and you're done! Hook clasps can be simple or carved with intricate designs. You'll find them in different metals, including gold and silver. Some might find hook clasps a bit difficult to operate with one hand.
Chunky, bold pieces: Big hardware and bold finishings are all the rage for jewelry this fall. Statement-making pieces, such as oversize cocktail rings, cuffs with metallic details, chunky Lucite bracelets, necklaces with feathers, enamel brooches and gobstopper-size mother-of-pearl necklaces, all complement key fall 2007 looks, including menswear-inspired fashions, bold, geometric prints and patent leather. A word of caution: Splurge here only when the piece in question is jewelry you cant live without. Pieces with big personalities arent always in style, and the feather look certainly wont have major staying power. Keep in mind that for every designer jewelry style with a Rodeo Drive price tag, there are plenty of high-quality affordable pieces that are just as pretty.
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