I’m digging these wooden earrings by San Francisco jewelry designer Jessica Neaves, who sells her earrings, bracelets, necklaces and such under the name Future Momo. They’re made with half-moon shaped wooden beads from the Philippines. I like the juxtaposition of the earthy wood aesthetic with a touch of girliness courtesy of the dangling, slender shape. Cost: $10. And that’s something to blog about in and of itself. Not only are Future Momo’s pieces indie, local and pretty darn cool – they’re really reasonably priced.