My post about Sex and the City 2 was such an epic endeavor that I’m too exhausted to write much. Luckily, I have beautiful client photos to share.
Gorgeous client/blogger Jill from Stella’s Roar sent this photo of herself lounging poolside in her just-arrived-by-mail silver Cleopatra earrings.
You’ve met Jill on this blog before because she is the inspiration for my Mud Flap Jill design.
Jill is not always in a bathing suit — it just seems that way from the photos she sends me.
Moving from bikinis to boots, here is gorgeous client/vintage queen Ellen wearing a spectacular pair of boots while being naughty with my swear rings. About her pose, she said to me, “What’s the most provocative thing a person can do these days? Seriously, a sex tape isn’t even risque anymore. Light a smoke!”
I immediately recognized those embroidered boots as being by Golo. I have always dreamed of having a pair of those! What shoe size are you, Ellen? I guess I have to keep an eye on her vintage website, Kakkoii Mono, and see if Golos in my size turn up in her spectacular shoe collection.
In keeping with her vintage theme, Ellen also took some black-and-white photos. Do any of you remember the days when we had to choose between black-and-white film and color film? Price was the deciding factor. (When I did a post on Joy Division, I learned that the primarily black-and-white photos of the band didn’t represent an aesthetic choice, but budget constraints.) Personally, I remember figuring out how many exposures I could afford — 24 or 36? — and then carefully planning my photo-taking so I wouldn’t run out of film too soon. After the film was developed, I never threw out a photo no matter how bad it was, because I had so few. How things have changed! In some ways, it was easier to take a picture in the pre-digital era because we only had that one precious shot. Now we have to peer at screens and snap away until we get a photo that’s just right.
Finally, gorgeous client/author/lawyer Elizabeth Wurtzel isn’t showing her face, but she took a nice close-up of her silver Juana necklace layered with another, non-WendyB necklace. I think the combination looks great.
For more client photos, go to my Facebook fan page and check out the Jewelry in Action album. Don’t forget to “like” my page while you’re there. And, if you should be in the Jewelry in Action album but aren’t, send your WendyB jewelry photos to me at wbjewelry at hotmail dot com.
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