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Tatty Devine Spring 2010: Variety and Versatility for Your Jewelry Box!


Tatty Devine Spring 2010: Cocktail Umbrella

Tatty Devine Spring 2010: Cocktail Umbrella

Here at M.I.S.S., we’re always sure to bring you the latest and greatest from UK-based jeweler Tatty Devine. We’ve fallen hardcore for the brand’s jewelry and unique pieces, and we’re happy to bring you the newest collection from the brand for Spring 2010. (If this is your first time reading about Tatty Devine, here’s a M.I.S.S. refresher: we’ve written about Tatty Devine’s Nameplates and hairstylist Charlie Le Mindu’s residence at the boutique.)

M.I.S.S. is loving Tatty Devine’s latest collection, particularly the presence of mini-themes and thus variety throughout the collection. Starting with some tropic influences, Tatty Devine brings an assortment of cocktail umbrella accessories. We love the bright, summer-y colors on the Cocktail Umbrella Barrette (£45.00) and the delicious pink hue of the Cocktail Umbrella Brooch (also £45.00) and Cocktail Umbrella Pendant (£27.00). Opt for a more wallet-friendly option in the Cocktail Umbrella Ring at £15.00. Want to match your man? Then go for the Cocktail Umbrella Cufflinks (£21.00).

Tatty Devine Spring 2010: Pandora

Tatty Devine Spring 2010: Pandora

One of our favorite trends of the new collection is the homage to the flappers of the roaring ’20s. Bob haircut have been sported on multiple starlets (Rihanna, Ginnifer Goodwin, etc. etc.), but if you’re hesitant to chop your locks opt instead for the Pandora pieces, which feature the head of a woman in a chic, bobbed flapper haircut. Bearing sultry red lips, the Pandora is available in a large and small brooch (£36.00 and £21.00, respectively), as well as a large and small necklace (£39.00 and £21.00).

Tatty Devine Spring 2010: Lace Doily

Tatty Devine Spring 2010: Lace Doily

The Lace Doily pieces are ladylike and trendy, while simultaneously universal to withstand the test of time and other passing trends that may be considered ‘out’ by next week. For a Valentine’s Day-appropriate accessory (without the cheesiness factor), scoop up the Lace Doily Heart Barrette (£33.00) or the Lace Doily Heart Brooch (£27.00). Channel your conservative – yet stylish – side in Tatty Devine’s Lace Doily Collar Necklace (£96.00). Also available with the Lace Doily Heart detail are drop earrings (£30.00), a pendant necklace (£21.00), stud earrings (£24.00) and the ever-popular cocktail ring (£15.00).

One trend M.I.S.S. is diggin’ in Tatty Devine’s latest collection is the appearance of hand silhouettes. We’re jonesing for the Pearl Hands Earrings ’cause come on- who doesn’t love pearl anything? A few pieces that caught our eyes: the Pop hands Barrette in glitter, a gold glitter-encrusted hand silhouette retailing for £30.00; and the Pop Star Hand Brooch (£69.00) and Necklace (£72.00), which we can only guess is a tribute to a recently deceased pop icon.

If, for some strange reason, these few pieces haven’t caught your eye, Tatty Devine still has more to offer: the Senorita pieces, hand fan-shaped pieces with exquisite detailing. The Senorita Fan Brooch exhibits an eye-catching blue pop with its ribbon detailing (£69.00), while the drop-down Senorita Fan Earrings (£54.00) speak volumes when worn without any other jewelry. If you’re wondering about Tatty Devine’s nameplate necklaces you’ve seen previously, not to worry: for Spring, you’ll find a ‘Senorita’ nameplate necklace, retailing for £21.00.

All pieces are now available via Tatty Devine’s official Web site. For further info, check out Tatty Devine’s blog, The Tatty Devine Diaries.


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