Nouveau Spotlight: Noir Arm Candy x King Ice



These past few months have really been a growing experience for me in so many ways, especially with my personal style. With influences from 1970’s New York City club goers, to Indian fabric choices and prints, to Japanese tailoring, I really have been evolving. One aspect of my wardrobe that I have taken special interest in are my jewelry selections. Lately I have been piling loads of Sergio James bracelets on my wrist (my armor of sorts) and mixing them with other pieces, including a vintage Moroccan cuff encrusted with precious stones from the 1920’s that I found for $50 bucks downtown. But like all of us, I have a dormant razzle dazzle side, and that is the purpose of todays review. offers a wide array of urban-esque style jewelry and accessories for both men and women, and when I first browsed through I honestly thought it ridiculous that I would even entertain the idea of wearing any of the styles. That was until I discovered their ‘Black Out Series” which included some pretty cool all black pieces that I felt I could easily sneak into my current jewelry rotation. So the good people there sent me over their Icon 6 Row Men’s Black CZ Blackout Bracelet, which I must say has been holding up just brilliantly. 



The appreance is very simple in design, and the structure suits me because of the closures and material use ( love anything black and shiny) and the fit is perfect as well. I find it interesting and in ways refreshing, to have something like this on under a very demure outfit or simple suit, its very unexpected for me. When the peice arrived I wanted to show you all the many ways that I or even you, could wear it. So check out some options below:





So I choose three different ways to wear the one piece, with the first way using loads of my Sergio James pieces with that little pop of red color, works great! Next I would simply just wear the piece on its own with some long sleeve black shirt or blazer, and lastly if you wanted to darken things up a bit, I paired it with some darker SJ pieces. Overall its a very versatile piece and I am so thankful to the wonderful people at for all of their help!

Be sure to check these guys out if your ever in the market for a little sparkle and shine! Hey a little bit never hurt!




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