Lotasi Jewels' New Men's Jewelry Line Offers an Edgy Alternative in Accessories

Edgy Mens Jewelry From Lotasi Jewels

October 14, 2019 by Marni Manko

Featuring the same hand-designed pieces of metal-based jewelry that’s made this local line a must-have for fashionable women who like a bit of edge, Lotasi Jewels is quickly becoming a cult fave among men too. With standout designs like the barbed chain silver necklace ($650), silver skull ring ($250) and blinged-out black diamond dog tags (from $480), the unisex pieces have an urban yet decidedly upscale vibe. “Lotasi is sexy, rock ’n’ roll and unapologetically urban,” says designer Carla Maresca Eichler. “I want to appeal to all gender identities, so I diversified the line to have sexy and edgy pieces with a gender-neutral twist. The idea is to always feel sexy and confident in your own skin, regardless of your gender identity,” she says. Plus, you can feel good about looking good—a portion of all sales go toward Maasai secondary girl’s education in Kenya, along with other charities selected by Eichler and her Lotasi ambassadors. Rowen, 105 N. Narberth Ave., Narberth; lotasijewels.com













Edgy Mens Jewelry From Lotasi Jewels

October 14, 2019 by Marni Manko

Featuring the same hand-designed pieces of metal-based jewelry that’s made this local line a must-have for fashionable women who like a bit of edge, Lotasi Jewels is quickly becoming a cult fave among men too. With standout designs like the barbed chain silver necklace ($650), silver skull ring ($250) and blinged-out black diamond dog tags (from $480), the unisex pieces have an urban yet decidedly upscale vibe. “Lotasi is sexy, rock ’n’ roll and unapologetically urban,” says designer Carla Maresca Eichler. “I want to appeal to all gender identities, so I diversified the line to have sexy and edgy pieces with a gender-neutral twist. The idea is to always feel sexy and confident in your own skin, regardless of your gender identity,” she says. Plus, you can feel good about looking good—a portion of all sales go toward Maasai secondary girl’s education in Kenya, along with other charities selected by Eichler and her Lotasi ambassadors. Rowen, 105 N. Narberth Ave., Narberth; lotasijewels.com





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