Junk Necklace

February 16th, 2007

Junk Necklace by Erica Anenberg While at the hardware store, designer Erica Anenberg was inspired to recreate everyday objects–such as the tab from a soda can–in jewelry form.  Pairing the soda can tab with a nail, drill bit, and a nut, she created a "junk" necklace that looks anything but. 

Fun fact about Erica? Although she’s creative and fashion forward, she has a super geeky side. She’s been known to take apart radios and other electronic devices, just so she can put them back together. 

$156 at Erica Anenberg.

Entry Filed under: $100-$250,Birthday,Women,Women's Accessories

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  • 1. steven Y  |  March 5th, 2007 at 11:55 pm

    This Erica Anenberg sounds like a mighty special designer and a fine catch.

  • 2. Omiru.com: Style for All&hellip  |  March 14th, 2007 at 11:37 pm

    […] March 14th, 2007 Q:  I just found a great bargain on a black cashmere turtleneck and love it.  But it seems a little plain to me – I’m just used to seeing my neckline and my favorite necklace sticking out.  I’ve been told by some girls I know that a turtleneck works well with something over it – but what?A:  With high necked shirt styles, like turtlenecks, you want to counterbalance with a long necklace.  And the more substantial the turtleneck, the more visual weight the long necklace needs to hold.  A chunky turtleneck, for example, requires a heavier chain or larger, bolder stones.  A more lightweight turtleneck, however, can be paired with a more delicate necklace. Since the turtleneck you’re accessorizing is a simple, elegant black, you may want to pair it with a necklace with more of an edge.  For an edgy elegant look, you may want to try a necklace like Erica Anenberg’s "Junk Necklace."  It features a 30" sterling silver chain and unusual found item charms  that should contrast nicely with the sophistication of the black turtleneck.Pictured: Theory ‘Juliet’ Cashmere Sweater | $197.90 at Nordstrom.  Erica Anenberg ‘Junk’ Necklace | $156 at Erica Anenberg.Style question?  We’ve got answers.  E-mail us at tips at omiru dot com, or leave us a comment with your question. […]

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