'Name tags' and personalized jewellery have taken over my bedside. Yes by bedside I mean that I wear these particular style of jewellery pieces so often off late that I almost feel that they have been around forever. That's not exactly a lie, is it now? When Shahrukh Khan wore his 'COOL' tag around his neck in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, we froze in our seats (mostly out of the sheer coolness) and when Carrie Bradshaw wore her 'Carrie' name tag and called it lucky, we believed it. And why wouldn't we? There's nothing a little self loving can't fix. This cool '90s trend is back and Orosilber for one is doing the coolest versions of the same. I like the fact that the quality of their jewellery is fine and hence you needn't think too much before you treat yourself to one of these. It is an added bonus that you can customise the length of the chain, the font and *Wait for it* they have a rose gold option which I excitedly opted for of course. They do some really rad lapel pins, cufflinks and ubiquitously favourite, fan merchandise. A pretty damn good reason to hop on and check them out would also be their one-of-a-kind personalised rakhi feature. I wouldn't mind gifting my brother that certain accessory for him to channel his inner LL Cool J. *could not resist the rapper references*
A cool idea to style these name tags is to keep the rest of the look, accessory free. Since they are delicate, it's best you let them shine as the centre piece of your look. Maybe layer a few cool tags at varying lengths, if you feel adventurous. This is how I wore mine. You can also find Orosilber on Facebook.
Leather camisole: Banana Republic
Culottes: C/O Stalkbuylove
Necklace: C/O Orosilber
Bag: Gift from the sister
Shoes: Something Borrowed (Singapore)
Photography Courtesy: Riddhima Arora Behance or reach her on email at firstname.lastname@example.org