White House Correspondents Dinner, necklace by St. Erasmus
At the Time 100 Gala in New York City, necklace by Loree Rodkin. At the 2009 Governors' Dinner at the White House in Washington, D.C.Necklace by Tom Binns Designs ($1,145)
And if you are really in the mood to filibuster, ponder this: The First Lady wore these earrings, along with a glistening gold dress, to the State Dinner with the President of India. The dress she wore was made by an Indian-American and required the hands of over 40 people in India to complete... Ironic? Planned? Insulting? Complimentary? Thoughts, here, people. And what are your thoughts on wearing a pair of $5,000+ earrings, even if they were donated? And if you are really in the mood for a debate, read why Michelle said she would spend a $600 stimulus check on a pair of earrings... I am not telling you what to think, people, I am just presenting the topic :)
Don't forget to swing by my boutique shows this weekend - all of Bead Up's jewelry will be on display and for sale! I even hear they are going to have a snow slide at the show in Redondo Beach - I'm there!