Jewelry is no doubt a true form of expression and style. Every time we need to perk up our outfits, our jewels come to the rescue - they instantly elevate any ensemble!
In recent years, there have been many jewel trends that eventually became basics in all our jewelry collections. With the ins and outs of different trends, investing in jewelry pieces that are timeless and wearable on a daily basis, is the most ideal way to get the most wear out of your hard-earned money.
Whether you’re a minimalist who prefers simple jewelry or a maximalist who thrives on bold, multi-coloured pieces, scroll down for some inspo! Bring your style game up a notch with these jewel staples - classic, timeless and well worth a space in your wardrobe.
Raise your layering game with the curb chain - one of the most popular types of jewelry. The perfect mix of femme and edgy, the curb chain is an obvious stand-out when layering your golden gems.
Reflect XL Curb Chain Necklace
Reflect XL Curb Chain Bracelet
Curb Chain Hoop Earrings
Curb Chain Ear Cuff
Chunky Gold Hoops
You can trust chunky gold hoops to never go out of style! Chunky enough to make a statement, yet lightweight and comfortable enough to wear on the daily. Don’t be surprised if you find yourselves reaching for these babies with every outfit.
Chunky Gold Huggie Hinge Earrings
Chunky Croissant Huggie Hinge Earrings
Croissant Gold Petite Hoop Earrings
Traditionally known as the gentlemen’s ring, the signet rings have now become a staple in every fashionista’s wardrobe. This style of ring adds a classic finish, can be styled as a statement ring or layered with other slimmer rings.
Courage Luna Gold Ring
Nameplate necklaces are timeless - every woman needs one! A style which first gained popularity in the 90’s has served as a signifier of identity and pride. It’s a personalized style that is known to be an endearing gift, and popular among some of our favorite fashion personalities.
Space letter necklace
Nothing adds an unexpected twist to an outfit much like coloured jewelry! Pair these colours according to your wardrobe palette, and style with more simple pieces to add character to your layers.