Island Meets The City With The Arthur+Livingston Trinidad and Tobago Collection

Just because you can not visit the islands, does not mean you cant dress the part!

This season, Arthur+Livingston was inspired by the islands of Trinidad and Tobago. Just as these two islands are different and diverse in culture and lifestyle, but together make one republic, Arthur and Livingston fuses the island and city cultures to create one unified style.

Pieces from the collection include:

arieal purple final

Ariel ($88) is a druzy breast plate necklace on a 20 inch gold plated chain.

 

gail final

Gail ($48) is a Chrysacolla circle double tie necklace that can be placed on a 25-26 in gold or silver plated chain.

vega green final

Vega ($98) is a series of impression jasper sticks placed on a 22 inch gold or silver plated chain.

 

reef final

Reef ($78) is a hollow druzy pendant on a 30 inch gold plated chain.

 

 

zen final (1)

Zen ($48) is a druzy double layered necklace on a 15-22 inch gold chain.

 

There are of course other necklaces and rings in the collection, but these are my personal favorites. You can check out the entire collection here.

Arthur and Livingston, named after designer Nicole Antoinette’s Barbadian grandfathers, transforms exotic island treasures –like coral, turquoise and mother of pearl-into everyday accessory staples. All Arthur and Livingston accessories are personally handcrafted in the USA. Created with unique natural semi-precious stones, no two pieces will be identical. What may be perceived as an imperfection is really what enhances the beauty of each piece and what makes it special.
Arthur and Livingston accessories range from $28-$98 and can be purchased directly at www.arthurandlivingston.com.

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Aprill Coleman is an award-winning beauty, lifestyle and wellness blogger and freelance writer based in Jackson, Mississippi.

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