Sunday Brunch

Sunday Brunch: Celestial Jewelry

Sunday Brunch: Celestial Jewelry

This week, inspired by the Harvest Moon that kicked off the month, we are focusing on celestial jewelry! Suns, moons and stars, and everything that has to do with the night sky!
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Sunday Brunch: Brutalism

Sunday Brunch: Brutalism

This week we are looking at brutalist jewelry- a subset of modernism that began around the 1950s. In jewelry, the movement is defined by rough edges and textures, and organic shapes. Torch cutting, burnishing, and applied patinas are commonly used to achieve the look. Most people either love or hate brutalism- which side are you on? We tried to pick some pieces for this group with universal appeal, and some for serious brutalist fans (like myself).
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Sunday Brunch: Whimsy

Sunday Brunch: Whimsy

This week we're inspired by our friends and clients who are out there bringing positivity, fun, and elegance to this challenging time in our history. Following their example, our theme this week is whimsy! Hopefully these lighthearted pieces can brighten up your day and put a smile on your face- for brunch today we recommend you have your eggs sunny-side up.
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Sunday Brunch: Stud Earrings (and the Unpierced Equivalent!)

Sunday Brunch: Stud Earrings (and the Unpierced Equivalent!)

This week's newsletter is all about stud earrings! 100% approved for wearing with your mask, or around the house for an easy and comfortable touch of something special. And we also have some options for our unpierced friends- just be extra careful not to lose those clip-ons and screwbacks!
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Sunday Brunch: Coral

Sunday Brunch: Coral

For this week's jewelry theme we are focusing on coral! Perfect for the transition from summer to autumn, coral is great for adding an elegant touch and a pop of color while still keeping it casual. For brunch we recommend day dreams of the apple cider, pumpkin spice, and cozy knits that are to come!
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Sunday Brunch: Myth & Magic

Sunday Brunch: Myth & Magic


There are so many things I love about vintage- the quality of craftsmanship, the diversity in designs, the new life we give to the objects we find and love. Maybe my favorite part of all, though, is the stories so many of these pieces tell. Some pieces carry a history of where they've been, who they belonged to, and some carry a story in their very design. The fantasy and storytelling of mythologies seems to go hand in hand with the spirit of vintage jewelry, and it's no surprise that many vintage lovers are also fans of mythological motifs.
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Sunday Brunch: Signets!

Sunday Brunch: Signets!

This week we've got an illustrated history of one of the current hottest trends in jewelry- the signet ring! Signets are a millennia old style that had many functions throughout history, and are as relevant today as they ever were. We are excited to share some of our favorite pieces to show how these rings have evolved over the years.
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Sunday Brunch: The Staff Edit!

Sunday Brunch: The Staff Edit!

I love the team that we have assembled here at Icon Style. For those of you who haven't had the pleasure of meeting them in person, I thought this would be a great way to introduce you to a different kind of Icon Style treasure than usual- our staff! Each of these lovely ladies brings something special to the team, and comes with their own unique style. For this week's newsletter each of our staff members have picked five of their current favorite pieces from the Icon Style collection to share with you. For me to pick just five was quite a challenge since I curate our collection with pieces I love! So I thought I would pick five that represent some of my favorite Icon Style specialties. Hope you enjoy getting to know both the staff and the jewelry!
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Sunday Brunch: Georgian

Sunday Brunch: Georgian

This week we are exploring the jewelry of the Georgian era. There is some debate about when the Georgian era technically ends, with some placing its end at 1830 and others at the end of William IV's reign in 1837. Everyone pretty much agrees, though, that the era is defined by the reigns of King George I, II, II and IV, beginning in 1714 and extending for more than 100 years. Jewelry from this period was all meticulously hand-crafted from start to finish, with every component of every piece hand done by the artisan. Because of this every piece of Georgian jewelry is one-of-a-kind, and made with a level of intention, labor, and artistry that is very very rare today.
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Sunday Brunch: Années Folles

Sunday Brunch: Années Folles

We are taking a particularly French perspective on the 20s for this collection. Not all pieces are made in France, but they capture the look and feel that you would have seen in the cabarets and brasseries of 20s Paris. We hope that these pieces can inspire you to enjoy a day of dress up and decadence on your own lawn, letting loose à la années folles. With that in mind we've included a few accessories along with our usual offering of jewelry- let us know what you think of the change! Would you like to see more accessories in future newsletters, or should we stick to the jewels?
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