Everything’s Coming Up Turquoise

Feeling flirty, free and fun was the vibe of the bohemian Angelenos in the 1960s, and is an aesthetic that we frequently parley into our wardrobe choices. One way to accent a floral maxi dress, or add a colorful pop of “wow” to a muted earth-tone top, is through the use of turquoise jewelry. These timeless, bright baubles guarantee to keep you at the top of the fashion hit list regardless of whether you spend $50 or $5,000. We love the touch of boho luxe jewels like the Alexis Bittar Crystal Encrusted Gold and Turquoise Bracelet above ($345) as well as these Dannijo Cash Turquoise and Swarovski Drop Earrings ($295). The small square of a turquoise stone in the center of a 24K House of Harlow 1960 Cocktail Ring ($65) is a fantastic everyday staple, as is Chan Luu’s Turquoise and Light Azore Natural Brown Leather Wrap Bracelet ($195). To offset a great bohemian dress, we are lusting after Michael Kors simple and chic Turquoise Tubular Pave Detailed Bead Necklace ($175) and Kelly Wearstler’s Chain Point Turquoise Necklace ($395). When it comes to turquoise, a little splash can make all the different.

The best of Coachella Festival Fashion

Coachella has grown to be a full-fledged fashion festival, with brands like Mulberry, Lacoste and DKNY holding colossal events to showcase their lines to bikini-clad “It” girls taking a break from getting bronzed in the hot desert sun. Many women go to the extremes with either a pile-everything-on look or a wear-next-to-nothing aesthetic; however, it’s those gals who strike the right chord of practical chic that come out as style savants. Here’s a look at my most favorite celebrity festival looks to descend on Indio Valley in years past:

Top Row: Beyonce, Rachel Bilson, Vanessa Hudgens, Malin Akerman. Bottom Row: Kate Bosworth, Dita Von Teese, Zooey Deschanel, Diane Kruger.