With St. Patrick's Day tomorrow, TODAY style editor and Bobbie.com's Bobbie Thomas shares some charming finds to help you attract all good things into your life.
Celebrity fans such as Jessica Alba, Eva Longoria, and Ellen DeGeneres have collected unique designs from Los Angeles-based jewelry designer Michelle Roy. A signature style that hopes to bring her wearers fortune, these are real four-leaf clovers dipped in either 14k gold or silver. For every four-leaf clover, it has been estimated that there are approximately 10,000 three-leaf clovers. The special keepsake pendants are sold on necklace chains, but can also be custom ordered ($96-$102; MichelleRoyLosAngeles.com).
From Prada and Missoni to Chloe and Swarovski, limited-edition bag charms and key fobs have become must-have for fashionistas. Following suit are YooDara's handmade voodoo dolls. The quirky characters have become a best-seller and each aim to please with a specific inspiration or "protection", i.e. they will nibble away at your worries ($10, UrbanWaveCompany.com).
New for Spring 2012 are Dolce & Gabbana's limited-edition Precision Pencils. Packaged in glam metallic gold, the lip and eye liners feature dangling gilded charms meant to elicit themes such as love and luck among others that are near and dear to the brand ($33, Saks.com).