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Accessories that Travel

An avid traveller for business and pleasure, Mousumi Shaw, founder of Sikara Jewelry, has packing down to a science. She’s been fortunate to have travelled to over 40 countries, and much of the jewelry in her collection is inspired by the sights and textures of her international experiences. Wicked Peacock was delighted when she agreed to share some traveling tips, including accessory must-haves!

Tip #1 || Pack jewels that can be worn with a few different outfits, and never forget a statement cuff + cocktail ring.

Milano Cuff Bracelet on Wicked Peacock

Tip #2 || Use Travel Cases because you need to protect your jewelry and other accessories. Look for cases that have individual areas for rings, bracelets, studs, etc.

Filagree Earrings featured on Wicked Peacock

Tip #3 || Swirl Earrings are an accessory-essential and can be worn day or night.

Swirl Earrings featured on Wicked Peacock

Tip #4 ||  The Little Black Dress is a key ingredient in any travel wardrobe. Let jewelry be your statement and keep dresses simple. While traveling, bring wardrobe that easily transitions from day to night.

Black Dress Essentials

Photography: Silvana Costa & Katie Bishop-Schaffer || Hair & Make-Up: Ashley Elizabeth Graham & Marisa Camarra both of G20 Spa & Salon || Styling: Silvana Costa || Jewelry: Wicked Peacock || Guest Writer: Mousumi Shaw 

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One comment on “Accessories that Travel

  1. Very interesting information!Perfect just what I was looking for

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