If you're looking for a diverse mix of brassy accessories to flaunt all over NYC, then Erin Yogasundram is who you need to get in touch with. Making serious moves as the owner of the online store, ShopJeen, she has already taken the steps needed to become a successful entrepreneur at the mere age of twenty one.
“I have always had my hand in fashion in one way or another,” she told us of her different fashion phases. “When I was 12 I really liked Good Charlotte so I would hang out at Trash & Vaudeville a lot. Then I went through an Abercrombie & Fitch phase. I have been all over the board and my style is constantly changing.”
This edition of Killer Deal is made possible by Refinery 29 Reserve. Becoming a member of R29 Reserve gets you exclusive deals on the trendiest clothing, jewelry, and home designer lines. Until the end of the month, take advantage of the discount on Luv Aj jewelry. Los Angeles based designer Amanda Thomas is getting quite the buzz for her line, which combines edgy, nature inspired pieces like arrowheads with mixed metal materials. The result has celebrities like Solange Knowles, Nicki Minaj, and Kim Kardashian have made this edgy line coveted and Refinery is making it affordable. Luv Aj body chains are in such demand - you'll be lucky to get your manicured paws on one! But we hardly consider it settling to choose from other pieces. Check out this amazing Pyrite Handpiece or this statement Mesh Orbit Necklace. End your Monday on a happy note, get celeb style on the cheap, and make a Luv Aj accessory your own!
Want to add some edginess to your look? The two-finger ring is your style solution. Stars from Rihanna to Lauren Conrad have been seen sporting this ‘80s cool-girl accessory, and you can have one too. Keep it simple with a sterling silver bar ring, like this one by Elizabeth and James ($95, Bloomingdales.com) or glam it up with some spikes, like this ring from new jewelry designer Amanda Thomas, recently featured on WhoWhatWear ($100, LuvAJ.com). You can even create a custom ring with your name on it, as L.C. did in the picture above, on accessory designer Melody Ehsani’s website.