My Favorite Jewelry Right Now

If you are someone like me, every time you see a unique piece of jewelry, you feel like you have to buy it. I’m a sucker for cute and functional items, especially earrings. That being said, my collection is mostly made up of a couple unique pieces and some basics that I wear more often. I wear my ring, necklaces and a combination of various earrings on a daily basis and I’m constantly on the search for more minimalistic and chic jewelry. Below I’ve compiled a list of my current favorites, as well as a few extra pieces that are similar! Also, all of my jewelry is gold because it’s just my preference, but you could find all of these items in silver.

EARRINGS:

These mini chain hoops from a cute NYC store called Mulberry & Grand are a fun twist on the classic hoop earrings and are super affordable!


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Brandy Melville makes really great and super affordable earrings, and these tortoise hoops are no exception.


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These chunky hoops were actually my mom’s when she was a teenager, so they aren’t available now but a similar pair are these hoops, or (for a cheaper version) these ones.


Unfortunately, these Forever 21 earrings are not available anymore, but a nearly identical pair are the yochi pearl drop hoops.


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These simple, thin gold hoops are my favorites because they look good with anything and make anything look chic. A cheaper option would be these hoops.


BRACELETS:

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The Hermes Clic H bracelet is such a classic piece that I wear everyday. If you are looking for a similar style for a better price, Tory Burch has a very similar bracelet.


NECKLACES:

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This necklace was my Grandmother’s, but a great dupe is this one from Macy’s or another inexpensive dupe would be the Madewell chain.


RINGS:

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The Cartier Love Ring is my everyday ring that matches everything. If you are in the market for a similar style ring that doesn’t rip off the design, this one is perfect.

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