Ringly Smart Jewelry and Accessories



We've all been there: we know it's rude to have our phone out during dinner or other social engagements, but there are those times when we we're waiting for a call, or need to be available in case of an emergency. Ringly is a new product that aims to provide a more discreet (and polite!) way to ensure you know when that email from your boss comes through, or your babysitter calls, without checking your phone every three seconds. 

Ringly is a fashionable cocktail type ring with secret powers (ha!) hidden inside. Your Ringly hooks up with your smartphone via an app that allows you to set up different vibration modes for different people and alerts on your phone. When one of the people or apps on your list sends a text, email, call, or notification, your ring vibrates or discreetly lights up on the side, allowing you to step aside and answer your message! 

If you ask me, the concept is pretty brilliant. The rings are currently on pre-order at 25% off, and with the discount, are $145. They're made of semi-precious stones, and are gold plated. I'd love to give one a spin at some point and see how it works in real life! 

(This post is not sponsored, I was just really interested in this product and wanted to share!) 



What I Wore: Madewell Sunstitch Dress


 
dress: madewell | glasses: ray-ban | bracelet (left) c/o gorjana (right) c/o outrage fashion | bag: michael kors selma in navy | shoes: birkenstock yara sandals 

This outfit quickly became my favorite summer go-to, to the point where my friends probably think I only own one dress. It's been perfect for lunch dates, a bridal shower, Fourth of July festivities and a trip to the races in Del Mar! 




Isaac Mizrahi's Home in Architectural Digest

Isaac Mizrahi's Home in Architectural Digest
Isaac Mizrahi's Home in Architectural Digest
Isaac Mizrahi's Home in Architectural Digest
Isaac Mizrahi's Home in Architectural Digest
Isaac Mizrahi's Home in Architectural Digest
Isaac Mizrahi's Home in Architectural Digest

It seems natural that fashion designers would have homes equally as beautiful as the clothes they design, and Isaac Mizrahi's home doesn't disappoint! He combined three separate apartments to form the home he now shares with his husband Arnold Germer, and every one of the photos from Architectural Digest is gorgeous. (I'm especially envious of that bathroom!) See all of the photos here.



What I Wore: Tribal Print Romper


romper: bohemia | shoes: birkenstock yara | jacket: gap | necklace: kendra scott | sunglasses: ray-ban

I was grabbing a quick dinner the other night at a little neighborhood spot, and spied this tribal print romper for a mere $29 in the window of the shop next door. I immediately went inside, tried it on, and purchased it. I kind of surprised myself in doing so...because it's not what I'd typically wear, but I love it all the same. It's been perfect for the super humid weather we've been having lately!