OhKuol: Adding to the Mix

Monday 05th, August 2013 / 02:32


H&M Sunglasses; Anthropologie Necklace; Thrifted Shirt (Jones New York), Shorts (l.e.i), Thrifted Clutch, Gemstone Stacking Rings c/o OhKuol, Aldo Midi Rings, Forever 21 Bangles, Kenneth Cole Reaction Shoes


Living in Los Angeles has really been tough for me when it comes to getting dressed and above all being comfortable all day. I’ve had to shed my go-to layered look for pieces that offer a little more breathing room and movement. Simple classics that provide endless combinations and options. The same can be said about my usual jewelry choices. I have an affinity for big statement pieces, and tend to gravitate toward stand out charms and chains that can be layered upon layers. Unless I am sitting in central air all day, by about 1pm I’m wishing I was just in shorts, a tee (or better yet, a swimsuit – poolside) and sans accessories.

Luckily, I have found a good middle ground. Simple chains with dainty charms are my new vice, paired with little rings and easy bangles. They transfer easily from outfit to outfit, and I find that they are much better solution to my jewelry dilemma than not wearing anything at all. These stacking rings from OhKuol, (a Vancouver company that has recently made the switch from a brick-and-mortar boutique to selling exclusively online) are perfect for me, as I have the option to wear them separately, mixing and matching with my other pieces or I can wear them all together if I want to pump up the drama.

How do you stay chic and cool in the warm summer months? Any go-to tips?

For a limited time you can get your hands on these beautiful and easy-to-wear pieces for 15% off just for being an awesome reader of Stylust! Just use coupon code STYLUST15 when you check out – it’s that easy! Get your shop on, my friends, as this offer is only valid until August 31st, 2013. PS- Offer only valid on www.ohkuol.com not on Etsy Shop.
Thank you so much to my friend, Nikki, for taking these awesome photos!




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Before Stylust was created in January of 2011, Lindsey freelanced as a fashion stylist in Vancouver, BC and worked at a fabulous Main St. boutique. A love for fashion and style was always prevalent in her life. She now has combined her true love of style and a new-found love of web design and social media in the form of Stylust, where she contributes as the founding editor as well as creative director and stylist for most of our editorials.

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