Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'More Accessories' started by Jaim45, Oct 23, 2003.
Does anyone like these? or is it to Britney/Madonna ish?
i dont dislike them, but for some reason I am not wild about the monogram fad... I feel too lavern with the big cursive l - laverne and shirley ...
but that being said, I do think they are cute, maybe just not for me.....
I personally don't like them. They are too Madonna-ish and SATC-ish.
I think they can be cute on the right person
I liek them, bot i like tacky jewlery
I like these
I think monograms work best on the 17 & underset. And household linens, of course.
i like them if they are kept discrete.; not if its purposely worn with some specific outfit
I have a small "C" but its so small that it usually looks hidden when I where it.
I really like them - and I'm usually pretty tasteful when it comes to that stuff. But it's true, it definitely has to be on the right person. When I think of people who wear their initials, I think of a cutesy-type woman/girl.
I a name plate necklace that my grandmother bought me and I also have this initial necklace tiffany
If done right, a dainty single letter is quite cute.
I'm not a fan of the huge nameplate in gold though... Whenever I see those, I expect the people to start rapping or something.
eh...everyone and their mother wears one now.
I have a black shirt (Think Tank) that I had specially embroidered with an S... it's a one of a kind deal now, so it makes me feel special. With all of the knock-off shirts and necklaces going around, it is uber-trendy. An understated way is to wear an initial bracelet. I have one with SSS for school on black, and it's lovely. I have green and blue too. I don't wear them with the shirt, but it's a better way than the necklace!
They are on everything now. Just go to Bendel's, Bloomingdales, you name it, I've seen it on handbags, hoodies, I prefer the initials from Tiffany's... but I guess it depends on what you like... It's cute, but casual
Are there any sites that offer initial jewelry, particularly pendants, that don't look like they cost $5 to make? Fake diamonds on initial pendants...BLECH!
do you know where these can be ordered and if they come in silver?