Monogram fan

Jeans Red Valentino - Bee Happy blue loafers C. Wonder -
Harriett tote See by Chloe - Green blouse LuckyCom - Blue bandana scarf  
My first monogrammed item was a heavy gold chain bracelet. It was chunky but had been delicately engraved with my first name. It was stolen when our house was broken into while we were in New York, I was sixteen then. It had been a present from my grandmother. The second was a 10k ring with the letter "L" and rhinestones, a present from my grandfather, that as I write can only wonder where it is... 
Since forever I have loved the idea of having my initial or my name on an item so I was really happy when the trend returned a few years ago. Today I am wearing one of my faves, a silver one from Tiffany & Co. , don't get me wrong, but had I known that in the future there would be so many more affordable options I would have waited..  
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6 comments

Monika k said...

Awww must have been tough losing something so precious.. You look so pretty and love the idea of having initials on an item!! Have a wonderful day :)

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Kim Alston said...

I love monogram jewelry. Dainty ones. They're so special. They have meaning. Love your outfit Lorena. That green looks awesome on you.
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LyddieGal said...

I love monogramed pieces as well, and always jump at the chance to add my initials to a piece when I can.
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LEN K said...

Cute top!
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Óscar Palomares said...

¡Buenos días, Lorena! Hoy el look me parece tan genial que no sé ni por donde empezar... Ya te comenté en alguna ocasión que las slippers con el mensaje de "happy" eran mi debilidad, aunque la idea de combinarlas con esa blusa verde y con una bandana no se queda atrás!

Un beso y feliz jueves,
Le Style et Moi

Amy Johnson said...

Sorry such a treasured gift got stolen. Love your monogram pieces you selected. Gorgeous casual look. Love the necktie.