Olivia Palermo jet-setted to Sao Paolo, Brazil to support jewelry designer Emar Batalha in an ethereal-like nude floor-sweeping number that she expertly accessorized with a navy skinny belt and select jewelry pieces from Ema Batalha.
She is the epitome of a lady. I love the hair, the hat, the dress, even the gloves set it off. This dress is so elegant and modest without being chunky or heavy. I would totally use this as a bridesmaid dress!
perspective to jewelry-making, offering balance and metal-carving skills that utilize Japanese elements of wabi sabi. paraiba tourmaline with diamonds brings strength and vitality; the rose gold setting underscores a deep connection to love.