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2431 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA, 94115
United States


Jennifer Tuton San Francisco jewelry designer. Handmade jewelry. Semi-precious gem stones. Fine jewelry. Fashion jewelry. Initial Necklaces.


ATHLEISURE TREND: Working out with Jewelry

Jennifer Tuton

Fashion rears its head in many arenas.  Not just on the runway, or at bars or restaurants or in the office or at parties; now it's at the gym, the yoga studio, even your Pilates class!  Go figure?!  I have friends and clients that specifically ask me for "workout " jewelry.  Pieces in my line that work brilliantly are my lightweight goldfill or sterling Naked Necklaces: The Simple Circle or Triple Loops Necklace are no-brainers, even my little Pavé Sparkly ones.  Earrings are not to be overlooked either.  I've been caught wearing my easy breezy Threaded Chain Earrings (with gold circle or sparkly crystals) as well as my Chain Post Earrings. They are effortless and chic and never compete with my workout. Who says working out has to be devoid of sexy-n-style?  Add a lil pizazz to your routine! 

 Vogue Netherlands | Athliesure Workout Jewelry Inspiration

Vogue Netherlands | Athliesure Workout Jewelry Inspiration

Why the Y Necklace?

Jennifer Tuton

One of my personal favorites (oh you'll catch me saying that a lot, well it's true) is my Slinky Y Necklace.  It's the kind of piece that looks great on everyone, and looks great with everything.  It's long and languid, the chain is swishy and has itty bitty gemstones that adorn it.  And I make It in a myriad of colors.  I wear mine from the Pilates mat to jewelry shows.  It seems to elongate the petite, look great on flat or full chested, and it's lightweight and effortless.  Customers comment "oh yes, I didn't realize how good it would look on me."  For me, jewelry is an "add" to my outfit, I don't want it weighing me down or being too loud --  I prefer it to complement and softly whisper to others "doesn't she look good today?"