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Get sparkly in these eye-popping gems and slay your festival-ready OOTD.
One day while looking for inspiration for festival jewelry, I stumbled across a statement green triangle necklace. Okay, I confess it was far from the case of me stumbling as I’d purposely wanted too see what’s new in the triangle jewelry scene.
As my eyeballs paused on this interesting-looking triangle pendant, I couldn’t help but to zoom in on it that I realized it was holographic too. This detail charmed me and I had to see more from the jewelry maker and to cut the story short, I fell in love with her! Berlin-based, Eva Lisette Zahneißen, has a collection of jewelry designed and manufactured from scratch and each of her creations somehow spoke to me even though I’ve never worn jewelry with charms in the shape of a geometric fox, unicorn, space tiger or a colorful bird.
What I do adore about her handmade jewelry is the overall cohesiveness in terms of color usage and of course, the underlying geometric theme that threads through. The drop triangle earrings along with the ombre leaf earrings have a special spot in my heart as I love triangles for my earlobes and being a nature-loving creature, leaves of any shape get me excited.
If you’re looking for some bling bling that is alive in bright neon colors, fluorescent or holographic in effect, I highly suggest looking edelconfetti’s collection of jewelry that will spruce up your look. To give you a peek of what you can expect, I’ve rounded up a list of 6 pieces of eye-catching gems I would so love to wear myself. Enjoy!
Holographic Triangle Suncatcher Necklace
Neon Fluorescent Parrot Earrings
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Neon Pink Blue Grey Real Leaf Earrings
Ombre Real Leaf Earrings
Holographic Origami Triangle Earrings
Which piece of jewelry would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!
More about edelconfetti:
edelconfetti is the name Eva chose for her shop because to her confetti represents a very beautiful allegory for happiness, enjoyment of life and variety. “Edel” is a German word that means noble or precious and because she created “edelconfetti” out of materials that are carefully chosen which are diverse and that are not typically used to manufacture jewelry, she considered it is a quite suitable name.
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“Attitude is a choice. Happiness is a choice. Optimism is a choice. Kindness is a choice. Giving is a choice. Respect is a choice. Whatever choice you make makes you. Choose wisely.” — Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart
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