Good morning, my lovelies!
I was browsing Instagram the other day (as I frequently do) when I came across a simple and gorgeous necklace that knocked my socks right off. It was geometric and colorful and interesting and just spectacular. I re-grammed it, but after looking at the designer’s website I decided that wasn’t enough: I wanted to introduce all of you to her work for real here, on the blog.
Rachael Sarc is an NYC-based jewelry line with a fresh, infinitely appealing aesthetic. There are colors and interesting geometric lines and I couldn’t resist giving you a good look. Ready?
Here’s the necklace that started it all. It’s the Denise II in pink: an 18kt rose gold pendant with rose quartz, and rock crystal quartz, and carefully positioned lines of diamond pavè. It’s sweet and fresh and stunning. It’s named after a member of Rachael’s family, like all of her pieces are.
I mean: you already know pink is my favorite color, and I’m a sucker for pieces that play with geometry. This piece is precisely my cup of tea.
This lyrical beauty is the Alyssa ring: swirls of rose gold sprinkled with diamonds.
Impressed yet? Check out the Leigh earrings.
That’s one single pair of earrings: they’re convertible into several vastly different styles, depending on the wearer’s mood. Each version is so great on its own that I didn’t even realize what I was looking at here until I read Rachael’s description.
I think they’re magnificent, and I’m so impressed by the variety they’re capable of. Convertible jewelry is always a good idea.
And how about these? The Rose Earrings: rock crystal with rose gold and diamonds.
Here’s the Denise II necklace (my fave) in yellow quartz and aquamarine with diamonds. Gorgeous, yes? Do you prefer this color combo or the all pink? I’d be hard-pressed to choose. This one is so fresh and light.
How about a fabulous cocktail ring? The Cynthia ring is 18kt white gold blue topaz and white diamond pavè.
What do you think of these designs, my dears? Are you crushing as hard as I am?
All images and info in this post are thanks to the fabulous Rachael Sarc. Photography by Mickey Kerr.