Fashion Friday: "Eat, Pray, Love" at Telluride's Two Skirts

Fashion Friday: "Eat, Pray, Love" at Telluride's Two Skirts

Image001 Eat. Pray. And Telluride's Two Skirts has lots of Love in store in the forms of bracelets and earrings designed by Me & Ro, the inspirational line of symbolic pieces featured in the movie (made from The Book).

In 1991, director/founder Robin Renzi opened her New York City-based jewelry house on the belief in the power of jewelry to express the human values of strength, love, and faith. Using ancient characters from Tibetan, Chinese, Sanskrit and Tamil languages, much of the line is engraved in a simple, straightforward manner with words/phrases fraught with meaning, turning each piece into a modern-day talisman. Throughout the years, Me & Ro developed a strong celebrity following, including actress Julia Roberts.

A number of Mo & Ro pieces were inspired by the lotus petal, the Buddhist symbol signifying the progress of the soul from the primeval mud of materialism through the waters of experience into the sunshine of enlightenment.

"My personal favorite is a pair of sterling silver lotus earrings with 10k gold lotus drops hanging from a large lotus petal, " explained Deppen. "The mix of silver and gold is absolutely stunning and can be worn day or night. As seen in the movie, 'Eat Pray Love,' the silver flower cap bead bracelet (pictured) was inspired by prayer beads found in India. We carry the piece in two colors: black onyx and carnelian (orange) beads with alternating sterling silver flower-caps. The beads are either strung on a deep brown string or a silver chain, finished with an engraved sterling silver button. Wear the bracelet alone to keep it simple, or stack a few on your wrist."

Among all the extravagant fun and sparkle of the unique jewelry Two Skirts has in store, a Me & Ro piece stands out from the crowd.

"Our customers are happy to see Me & Ro. The line makes people smile. It's special."

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