Honey Rose & K

Something Old, Something New, Something Custom Just for You! June 09, 2018 08:39

Something old, something new...Why not use your bridal jewelry as both? Honey Rose & K has worked with many brides to create a-one-of-a-kind look for their big day. Use your family heirloom to recreate your look into something modern or work with us to breathe new life into a vintage piece. 



Avery Hasson, Owner of Shop Olive & Pepper, added some Honey Rose & K to her big day! Back necklaces for Avery and her bridal party were created for the flapper themed occasion. 

Whatever you envision for your big day, we can create pieces that will be as memorable as the day. Working with brides is special to Honey Rose & K and we treasure bringing your look to life. To learn more about custom bridal, contact us at honeyrosenk@gmail.com or 614-284-9411. Follow us on Instagram to see all of our unique creations. 

xo,

The HRK Team


 

 

 


What's In Her Bag with Blogger and Personal Stylist, Candace Read June 04, 2018 09:00

We are thrilled to feature one of our favorite fashion bloggers, Candace Read.  She's always on point, has great taste (refined, practical and pulls off a finished look), gorgeous (inside and out), and fun.  Her style is relatable, completely in touch with living life, wearing comfortable clothes and looking good while doing it.

I met Candace over a smoothie bowl at Zest at Easton Town Center. We chatted about her role at Wardrobe Therapy. She helps clients with personal shopping, wardrobe consulting, and closet restyling services. She brings her regular working girl style to her clients, and to readers of her blog. When not working or blogging, she's exploring Columbus with her husband.

Her bag reflects her life as a personal stylist, always on the go. Her items are functional and fun.

Candace typically carries a backpack or a satchel bag with a crossbody strap. Her  soft leather backpack shown is from GiGi New York.

She's a huge fan of Neutrogena's lip color stick. She also carries Pacifica underarm wipes. 

Her personalized field notes were a gift from A&F Challenge, a party hosted by Abercrombie and Fitch, benefitting a different non-profit each year. 

A fabric tape measurer, Tide to-go stick, iPhone and changer, cash (for meters), pins and business cards are essential to her work as a personal stylist.

She wears her Honey Rose & K vintage Italian compass pendant. Its symbolic to her since she just did a rebranding of her blog from "Live Love & Read" to "Candace Read". She's changing her direction to reflect a "more mature, refined and a million times more confident in who I am {perks of getting older}".

Candace wearing a pair of HR&K statement earrings and tassel bracelets

We are excited that Candace is taking her Honey Rose & K with her on this exciting journey of rebranding and a new direction.

To learn more about Candace Read, follow her blog at Candace Read.

To see the jewelry featured here, please visit Honey Rose & K.

 

xo,

The HRK Team

 

 

 

 

 

 


Egyptians: Best Jewelry Creators Of All Time May 28, 2018 22:02

I just got back from an amazing weekend in NYC with my husband and oldest daughter. We took in the sights, ate everything in sight, and tracked over 20K/day on the Apple activity tracker. It was an action packed three days of fun.

On a rainy morning, we decided to tour a few exhibits at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Met is one of the most fantastic places to visit in NYC, or arguably, the country. Not only is the architecture of the building amazing, but it houses some of the best works of art. We only spend a few hours, only enough to scratch the surface

Hadley and I at The Met.

 

In my opinion, the Egyptian exhibit was by far the most interesting collection. It was a comprehensive collection of tombs, many with hieroglyphics still visible. Many statues of stone were still preserved, just as they would have appeared 4,000 years ago. Without question, Egyptians were ahead of their time in math, architecture and preservation.


The Temple of Dendur

A large part of the collection was jewelry discovered in tombs. As you can see, the detail is outstanding and truly works of art. I found that much of the jewelry could be worn today, and still look fashionable. 

 

If you'd like to read more about the The Met's Egyptian Art exhibit, please visit www.metmuseum.org/about-the-met/curatorial-departments/egyptian-art. Make sure to schedule time to visit on your next NYC trip!

 

xo,

Karlye