Our new Karina Collection has just arrived in the U.S. all the way from Empoli, Italy. Jewelry designer Karina Marcela has crafted a number of beautiful, sumptuous pieces exclusively for BuDhaGirl that are a must-have addition to your fall wardrobe. Whether your autumn wear is dominated by jewel tones, or you prefer classic black, you're sure to find a Karina bib that you'll absolutely adore.
Jessica named the SMN Bib Necklace after Santa Maria Novella. Jessica loves Santa Maria Novella not only for its amazing church and cloister, but because of the divine pharmacy with all natural products. This necklace, a combination of black passementerie cord, vintage kimono rope, and a huge cut crystal chain, is the bib to own. Available with either icy blue or champagne-colored crystals, we can't decide which one we love more.
The Pitti Bib Necklace is inspired by the rich hues and textures found in the artworks of the Medici’s Pitti Palace. An intricate creation of fringe, crystals and passementerie cord, the Pitti Bib Necklace honors the Renaissance, a time when adornment was highly coveted. The Pitti Bib is mounted on a light metal torque for easy wear, and features an off-center flower made with crystals and crochet.
The Oltrarno Bib Necklace is fun and versatile, a lovely combination of passementerie cord, fringe and a large-cut crystal chain. Available in BuDhaGirl pink or classic black, the Oltrarno is named after a beloved Florentine neighborhood. The Oltrarno Bib is a true chameleon. It can be added to any ensemble you wear this fall for an instant touch of glamour.
For undeniable Florentine flare, look no further than the Fiori Bib Necklace. The Fiori is always in bloom, bursting with hand-cut leather petals that form camellias, primroses and daisies. The Fiori Bib snaps on and off, is made of 100% Italian leather and is embellished with Swarovski crystals. Wear the Fiori with a little black dress, a simple t-shirt, or even an evening gown - it's a flexible piece that's ready for any occasion.
Which of these Karina confections will you be adding to your jewel box?