Don’t get too close! With a futuristic take on the brass knuckles, this Fashionista has strategically placed two large stone rings on opposite hands, creating distance that makes a statement without weighing her down.
This Fashionista is an avid thrifter and I caught her on a shopping day where she was scouring local stores for a market she is hosting this month in St. Petersburg, Florida. Upon further investigation, her shopping adventures are where she finds most of her clothing and jewelry. If you are still looking for the same effect without the thrifting experience I have found a few rings to check out from A Peace Treaty and Ippolita for the budgeted brass knuckle investor.
The tough doesn’t stop at her finger tips, but travels to her toes in this rocking pair studded metallic leather ballet flats. The studs popping up on the back are a dangerous surprise. These are perfect for running errands and a metallic flat are an essential piece in every serious Fashionista’s wardrobe for the coming seasons.
The gold puncutuations throughout the rest of her wardrobe are not only pieces that are guaranteed to set off a metal detector in airport security, but are also the items that can really transform this outfit for a night out. Try adding a trendy black jacket to the look. The gold pendant with the stone and the thin pyramid earrings are dainty enough that they aren’t distracting and the gold chain belt is what ties the whole look together. So if you want to take a walk during the day or take a trip out on the town at night this version of brass knuckles are sure to break the ice.
Spotted: More metallics. If you haven’t had a chance to peep the Marc Jacobs fall 2013 runway show you might be interest to know, he brought in a sun. Why? To shed a little extra light on all of the metallics, of course. It’s safe to say he wanted to shine as he incorporated metallics from head to toe.