Wearing Concrete #6

This month I'm getting a bit more professional on you. Showing you that concrete really can adapt to any style and any circumstance. Check out how I pair the Hephaestus 3 with sleek office wear. 

Wearing Concrete #5 - Adding concrete to your professional wardrobe - Little Eli

The subway doors open. Her refined actions stand out among the chaos. Pausing alongside a column, she lets the mob pass. You are captivated by her calm demeanor and classic style. Contrasting against the chaos of the city, she seems soothed, not strangled by it. She controls her experience. Her path clears and she continues on her commute. Simple black pumps click on the marble. Her hand gently grazes the railing, and almost without warning, she disappears.

Wearing Concrete #5 - Adding Concrete to your Professional Wardrobe - Little Eli

Black knit funnel neck top. Pinstripe slacks. Simple black heels with a marbled wood detail. Add a creamy leather bag, big enough for all your big girl things. Top with my favorite, bold, stays-all-day eye liner. Add a touch of polish and character with the handmade copper and concrete Hephaestus 3, and you've got a complete look, without looking like you're trying to hard. 

Hephaestus 1 - Copper and Concrete - Little Eli
Hephaestus 2 - Copper and Concrete - Little Eli
Hephaestus 3 - Copper Jewelry - Little Eli

More about the Hephaestus Collection

Hephaestus is the Greek god of blacksmiths, craftsmen, artisans, and metal, so I thought it was only fitting to name my first experiment into the world of copper after him. Hephaestus crafted all the weapons for the gods in Olympus. I made necklaces you can rock, so you can rule your own kingdom.

StyleAmelia Rusbar