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Song of Style Jewelry

February 27, 2015 - 106 Comments


They’re finally here! These pyramid bracelets that I’ve been working on for about 3 years now! I never thought I’d come out with a jewelry line (I only have 4 bracelets so I don’t think I can call it a line) but I’ve always loved jewelry especially bracelets so I’m excited to share with you guys the Song of Style Jewelry pyramid bracelets I designed. I first designed these set of bracelets (this exact model) about 5-6 years ago while I was doodling in my Conceptual Design class back in San Francisco. I still have the original sketch! I didn’t know I could fund my own jewelry line or produce these bracelets locally in L.A. However, with luck and fate, I found a family owned jewelry manufacturer who specialize in fine jewelry in Los Angeles. They were able to work on my designs and make them come to life and produce them in fine jewelry quality.aimee_song_song_of_style_jewelry_launch

The reason I wanted to work with stones is because when I first started my career in interior design, I worked as a kitchen and bathroom designer and mainly worked with natural stone such as marble, granite, and quartz. I wanted to find stones for my bracelets that were either marble, or that looked as close as marble to tie in my love for interior design and fashion. Just because I have my own line of bracelets doesn’t mean that I’ll stop supporting my favorite jewelry designers! The whole point of these bracelets are to add some edge and a pop of color plus they look really great alone or mixed in with other bracelets! I love mixing and matching! aimee_song_striped_blazer_songofstyle_jewelry_2aimee_song_song_of_style_black_marble_braceletaimee_song_song_of_style_jewelryaimee_song_striped_blazer_songofstyle_jewelryaimee_song_song_of_style_malachite_bracelet

Hope you guys love the bracelets as much as I do! They’re currently sold exclusively at Bloomingdale’s and my site and are made with lots of love and happy tears in Los Angeles!

photos by the super cool Italian photographer Jacopo Moschin

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