Friday, August 19, 2016

How men should wear jewelry

Posted by Schiffman's at 4:00:00 AM in Versace (2)

Being macho doesn't give men the license to do whatever they want, especially when it comes to jewelry as there are subtle rules to be followed, at least for men who do care to look best. Since men don’t enjoy the luxury of opulence and other excesses that women enjoy, the best rule to follow is to keep it simple and subtle. For everyday office attire, a good place to begin with is with a classic leather-strapped silver timepiece, or maybe a sports watch for a slightly rugged look. Then try out some tie styles, related accessories, and cufflinks to give accent to your everyday work dress. Only when you’re already relaxed wearing these basic manly adornments that you can branch out to other types of jewelry, like rings and necklaces. And one of the best places to look for your next level jewelry is with Versace.
 
Versace is available at Schiffman's in Downtown Greensboro and Winston-Salem.
 
 
 

Friday, May 13, 2016

Versace jewelry doesn’t need an introduction

Posted by Schiffman's at 2:00:00 AM in Versace (2)

Versace may be an iconic fashion brand, but less is known about its jewelry line. A look at its online catalog, the company doesn’t divulge much about its prized jewelry collections. Why should it? The Versace brand alone says everything about the jewelry. They are impossibly elegant, luxurious, and stylish. You get the feeling they’re meant for the few privileged (of course you can have it, too), and they can be snobbish also, which works for you to achieve that elitist look. The Virya Collection is noticeably eccentric; it has cone-shaped gemstones for earrings. They are lined with brilliant cut diamonds for added opulence. Likewise, Verdana Collection teases the senses with its candy-like earpiece renditions. They exude boldness, but at the same time you can sense vulnerability in the way the stones are placed. 
 
Versace is available at Schiffman's in Downtown Greensboro and Winston-Salem.
 
 

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