I love wearing accessories that have a special meaning to me. Like my mother’s Bally logo bag from the ’80s. Or my husband’s CIF basketball championship high school ring on a twisted gold chain necklace. Or the vest knitted by my late grandmother over a Rodarte for Target tunic dress.
But it doesn’t have to be an heirloom or vintage to have a special meaning for me. I like secret messages, hidden meanings, undiscovered treasure. I guess that’s why I love lockets and pocket watches and engraved jewelry.
Add Buji New York’s “For8ver” necklace to that list.
Two twisted gold hoops linked together in unity. A modern take on a promise, an engagement, even an anniversary. Sculptural, minimal, and so meaningful.
Named for designer May Chen’s childhood nickname “Buji,” which means “chubby girl” in Japanese, Buji New York is known for its unique, substantive designs, from galactic-looking, spiral filigree to vintage liquor tag necklaces.
Buy it now at AudreyShops.