Fall is the perfect time for campfires, pumpkin-flavored lattes, and wardrobe updates! It’s time to break out the scarves, leggings, and boots. And a fun, new outfit for Fall isn’t complete without a beautiful accessory or two (or three, or four…). Blue Skies in Chattanooga, Tennessee has you covered. Check out these gorgeous pieces that will add the perfect accent to your new Autumn wardrobe!
Barbara Edelman is an artist based out of Santa Fe, New Mexico. She and her husband produce a line of jewelry called “Everyday Artifact”. “Everyday Artifact” are made with sterling silver, jewelry resin, and nylon cords. Jeff and Barbara make everything in their home in Santa Fe using both methods and materials that are environmentally friendly.
Ayala Bar Design is Israel’s leading costume jewelry designer. Their designs are a breathtaking blend of natural elements and glass, with assorted metals and fabrics to create a rich mosaic, resulting in unique, limited-edition pieces that are a must-have for your jewelry box.
Maya Branman Necklace
If you find yourself attracted to floral designs, you will love the creations of Maya Branman, an artist out of Olivebridge New York. Each of the flowers in her line, “Fleurs Jolies: The Secret Life of Flowers”, are vintage (from the 1950s) and imported from Japan. The pieces are hand-dyed multiple times and are made from plant-based plastics.
Michael Michaud Bracelet & Earrings
Continuing the floral trend, check out these pieces by Michael Michaud (Bellmore, New York). Michael Michaud is the creator of the Silver Seasons jewelry line. He creates his jewelry by casting molds using actual botanical elements. The bracelet is cast in bronze from actual hydrangea flowers; the earrings from a leaf!
Mix & Match
If you’re into mixed media and being a little playful and creative with your accessories, try these pieces together. The first bracelet (closest to the wrist) is a cuff by Peggy Petrey, a local artist here in Chattanooga, Tennessee. This cuff is made from recycled license plates. The next two bracelets are leather and silver-plated bracelets made in California, and are stamped with inspirational sayings like “treasure every day” and “believe in yourself” (perfect if you need a little pick-me-up). The third bracelet is a vintage-inspired piece made from high-tech resin and acrylic by artist Caramia Visick from San Francisco, California.
Caramia Visick Ring
If you’re looking for a piece that’s a little edgy, check out this ring by Caramia Visick of hotcakes design. The ring is hand-cast in resin and features the image of a raven. It’s the perfect accessory for a night out!
Courtney Well Earrings
Courtney Well is an artist out of Atlanta Georgia, but is no stranger to Chattanooga. Courtney is GPS graduate! These lovely dangle earrings make an easy accessory transition from office casual to evening chic!
Stacie Florer Rings
Stacie Florer is a metalsmith based out of Arkansas. She is a former real estate agent who decided one day to pursue her passion of creating. Her website features an online shop plus tutorials and workshops for those interested in how she creates her jewelry. These rings are hand-forged and are sold separately.
You can find all of these amazing pieces plus so many more awesome and unique treasures at Blue Skies of Chattanooga. Blue Skies of Chattanooga is located at 30 Frazier Avenue in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Stop by today and pick something pretty up for yourself!