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The Joy collection by Foundrae jewelry. Image from Vogue magazine.

I will wear anything: high-low brands, menswear, vintage. I tend to always have something on that is a bit off.

Beth Bugdaycay – American jewelry designer.

This quote is from Vogue magazine, March 2022.

Ms. Bugdaycay is the co-founder Foundrae jewelry. Since 2015 she has been creating unique jewelry pieces that are inspired by the world around us from nature to every day objects. Each line has a theme and a set of symbolic motifs. Her latest collection is titled Joy and includes a butterfly for freedom, a spade for abundance, and the Roman numeral 10 for manifestation. Foundrae jewelry is of heirloom quality, made of recycled 18k gold.

Most of my jewelry is symbolic of something personal to me. A silver brooch that I bought at a London antique market (travel). My college class ring (achievement). My grandmother’s gold locket (family).

I like adding something “a bit off” to my ensembles too and jewelry works well for that purpose. Like a big brooch on a hat or on the cuff of a jacket or chunky chain necklace worn as a belt. It’s all about getting creative and having fun with it.

Well, here I am back at it on ODFL. While on a little hiatus I realized that in the ten plus years of writing this blog I have never taken a break. I see that after two silent months not only have I kept my regular readers, but I even managed to add a few new subscribers. To the newbies I say welcome! And to my regulars, thank you for staying with me.

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