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Chic Trends: Rosey accessories for Valentine’s Day

February 5, 2011

Who says roses are too cheesy for Valentine’s Day? Flowers still speak a thousand words. And even if your special someone may not send you 100-flower bouquets, you can wear roses to liven up your Valentine’s Day wardrobe. (And maybe to drop a hint or two! ;-))

The simplest way to wear roses? Rosettes, of course! There are plenty of rosette accessories to choose from this season. We show you the chic ones.

Rosette brooches

Pin a rose on on your shoulder blade or use it to keep a scarf in place.

(Brooches from Chemistry.)

Chemistry rosette brooches

Necklace

Rosettes on jewellery? We like! Wear a statement necklace of rosettes with a dress or feminine blouse, and skip other pieces of jewellery.

(Angela necklace from Meera Design & Style.)

Rosette necklace- Meera Design & Style

Cuffs

Bare shoulder, spaghetti straps or going sleeveless? Wear a rosette cuff to draw attention to your toned arm.

(Cuffs from Chemistry.)

Chemistry rosette cuffs accessories

 

Which rosette accessory do you pick for Valentine’s Day?

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. February 5, 2011 4:55 pm

    The cuffs are great. Last summer my friend (who is a fitness instructor) bought a similar cuff in turquoise leather – I wished that I had one (and the arms to match hers).

    • February 7, 2011 11:27 am

      @dressingmyself– I wish I had these cuffs too! 🙂

  2. February 5, 2011 5:32 pm

    these r sooo prettyy !!

    • February 7, 2011 11:29 am

      @Bhumika– Yup, I’m soo tempted to buy the brooches. 😀

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