Silver Jewelry

Gold prices are soaring high and it is no surprise to anyone who keeps them updated with the market inflation rate and the subsequent price high of precious metals that gold has surpassed all boundaries of affordability. People are finding it difficult to buy a decent 18 K or 22 K of gold as a part of artistic and glorious jewelry; their modest budget does not allow them to do so.

However, jewelry has remained major fancy of most men and women who are rapidly turning fashion savvy. Precious metal jewelry has always remained a favorite amongst most and since buying gold is out of the question they are now settling for silver jewelry in the form of varied collection like sterling silver necklaces, sterling silver rings, sterling silver earrings, sterling silver bracelets and so on.

“Sterling silver is an excellent choice for making jewelry as it is not as expensive when compared to gold. These necklaces or bracelets can be worn with an elegant black dress for sheer elegance or with casuals for a laid back look,” says Mr. Sarah Carnegie of DreamLandJewelry.com.

It is indeed the most flexible style of a precious jewelry format that blends well with all kinds of attire and suits all kinds of cultures. Better still sterling silver jewelry is never too flashy nor does it go unnoticed. For men, sterling silver skull rings have been a favorite especially for savvy bikers. Most of the jewelry that men wear like silver skull rings are honed by big stars of the silver screen.

Women can get innovative and buy raw sterling silver beads and create a variety of designs and types of jewelry. Sterling silver beads have incredible texture and are easy to play around with into creating glamorous earrings, necklaces and bracelets. They can even be incorporated on your clothes too.

A lot can be done when you have easy access to precious metal jewelry at affordable rates and still cherish the undying value of your invaluable jewelry pieces. visit: www.dreamlandjewelry.com


New Luxury Lifestyle Fashion Brand

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Women search their whole lives for that perfect 'Little Black Dress', Substance Wear makes this easy and gives today's woman more options. Whatever your preferred taste or occasion Substance Wear guarantee there will be a piece just for you. From the highest quality softest silks to the most luscious chiffons, Substance Wear garments are always on trend but yet still remain unique.
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Ugo Cacciatori Jewellery- Stylert.com

The Italian designer Ugo Cacciatori, known for his dark aesthetically designed jewellery collection. His themes are skulls, swords, sunken treasure, and bike-chain-worthy necklaces. John Galliano often wears Cacciatori creations, even when he appears to greet guests after one of his fashion shows. He has even called his fish Little Ugo.
Ugo Cacciatori was born in Carrara. The women in his family were involved in science and fashion (his mother was a teacher, his grandmother a dressmaker and his aunt a milliner), the men with art and marble (his great grandfather was the sculptor Benedetto Cacciatori). He spent his youth with his father in the mountains, learning to recognize the stones, forms and materials. He fell in love with the work of Lord Byron and Shelley, travelled a lot and studied architecture. He had no interest in fashion.
Ugo Cacciatori I started out as a minimalist architect. In 2004, he opened his Milan showroom, where he designed many of the furnishings himself.

In 2007, the New York showroom came into being. Reaching his current, rich style has been a process of growth during which he have broken all his rules. For example, he has started having tattoos: ‘’my body has become a canvas." He says.

At the end of 2005, he became art director at Santacroce, from 2007, he began working with Diesel on a line of high profile silver accessories with Dolce & Gabbana on leather goods. www.stylert.com


Leather clothing

Many people own a variety of leather lifestyle products, ranging from shoes to jackets, and the versatile material has been used for thousands of years in a variety of applications. Many rock groups (particularly heavy metal and punk groups in the 1980s) are well-known for wearing leather clothing.

Leather clothing, particularly jackets, are common in the heavy metal and Punk subculture. Extreme metal bands (especially black metal bands) and Goth rock groups have extensive leather clothing, i.e. leather pants, accessories, etc. Many cars and trucks come with optional or standard "leather" seating. This can range from cheap vinyl imitation leather, found on some low cost vehicles, to real Nappa leather, found on luxury car brands like Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Audi. Today, most leather is made of cattle skin, but many exceptions exist. Lamb and deer skin are used for soft leather in more expensive apparels. Deer and elk skin are widely used in work gloves and indoor shoes. Pigskin is used in apparel and on seats of saddles. Buffalo, goats, alligators, dogs, snakes, ostriches, kangaroos, oxen, and yaks may also be used for leather.