It’s spring! The snow is melting, the bird are singing, and the trees are budding. It’s a time or renewal and refreshment. A time when nature starts over with a clean slate. It’s also a time for a phenomenon known as Spring Cleaning where we clean up our homes, our cars, our yards of the grime and debris left over from the long winter months.
But there is something that we often overlook in our frenzy to follow Mother Nature’s lead. Something filled with oil, dirt, and grime. Something that we wear against our bodies day after day after day, building up filth that doesn’t every get removed. Our jewelry!
The novel Coronavirus known at Covid-19 has swept the world to pandemic proportions. It’s one the news, the internet, and top of everyone’s mind. You’ve probably heard about it more than the current primary elections going on, and that is saying something. Here is what we are doing at Serenity in Chains to protect you.
The leaves are changing, the temperature is dropping, and the days are growing short. Fall is officially here! But what does that have to do with your bdsm collar, and what should you do about it? Well, let me tell you!
You’ve probably seen a BDSM collar, also called a bondage collar, and wondered what it is, what does it mean, and why do people wear them? Thanks to things like the 50 Shades movies, BDSM collars have become a hot topic both in the BDSM community, and in the rest of the world.
It's the biggest problem in the BDSM community. How the heck do you wear your collar to work without getting fired, or to the grocery store without getting harassed. Surprisingly, the solution is really very simple.
Aluminum typically is more associated with aluminum cans and car bodies than fashion and luxury. However, Aluminum is the unsung hero of the jewelry world! It is awesome, versatile, and should really become a staple metal in your jewelry box.
Here are 9 reasons you should be excited about Aluminum Jewelry!
Sometimes, I’ll be standing in our little pop up shop at a summer fair and someone will walk in and say “I have a bad metal allergy. What do you have that I can wear?” My first answer is almost always Niobium.