Navajo jeweler Nanibaa Beck’s eclectic collection of Native American accessories is cultural creative expression at its finest. Her jewelry is simple yet utterly charming enough to don at baroque-styled balls to barnyard bashes. I’m personally smitten by her jacla — meaning “ear string” in the Navajo language — work. The designer’s Turquoise Jacla Dangles steal my little Southern heart with their cunning country Western cuteness. Made out of fabricated sterling silver, Tahitian pearls and sleeping beauty turquoise, these beauties sway oh so stylishly.
Price tag: $300 | Notabove.com