We all know how wardrobe staples like a white T-shirt or black ankle boots are the closet mainstays upon which we build the rest of our outfits. But what about accessories? When it comes to jewelry, you should think about your staple pieces in the same way. Are you reaching for a stack of rings or a signature necklace each day? If jewelry isn't a huge part of your getting-ready routine, it could be sabotaging your outfits in the long run since accessorizing is the key to making your outfits look like you put much more thought (and money) into them than you really did.
Now, let's talk jewelry staples. The good news is you don't have to spend a fortune on stylish pieces like gold charm necklaces, signet rings, and dainty earrings. So today we're sharing the affordable jewelry brands we swear by for the cutest pieces that will help us nail the latest jewelry trends. Whenever we're on the hunt for a new piece to add to our collections, these 10 brands are our first stop. Just below, you'll find your next dainty cuff, statement earring, or gold coin necklace.
1. 8 Other Reasons
Brand: 8 Other Reasons
Price range: $15 to $70
Why we love it: The Bella Hadid–approved brand is great for anyone who loves wearing gold jewelry.
8 Other Reasons Hindsight Hoops ($41)
8 Other Reasons Brielle Lariat in Silver ($31)
8 Other Reasons Ray Hoops in Gold ($33)
2. Kenneth Jay Lane
Brand: Kenneth Jay Lane
Price range: $50 to $250
Why we love it: This affordable jewelry brand is great for elegant pieces that only look expensive.
Kenneth Jay Lane 18" Gold Large Links Chain Necklace ($37.5)
Kenneth Jay Lane Round Cz Tennis Bracelet ($98)
Kenneth Jay Lane Pave Cubic Zirconia Double Hoop Drop Earrings ($399)
Price range: $20 to $70
Why we love it: BaubleBar is our go-to affordable brand for a quick trendy jewelry fix.
Baublebar Taia Mariner Y-Necklace ($44)
Baublebar Millefiori Bead Stretch Bracelet ($28)
Baublebar Sage 18k Gold Vermeil Earrings ($44)
Price range: $35 to $80
Why we love it: Though we recently discovered this Spain-based jewelry line, it's quickly become our favorite for stackable gold necklaces and anything vintage-inspired.
Cinco Lang Rings ($105)
Cinco Gilda Earring ($72)
Cinco Lola Anklet ($55)
5. Argento Vivo
Brand: Argento Vivo
Price range: $30 to $120
Why we love it: The brand is a surefire source for all those dainty, everyday pieces you crave.
Argento Vivo Sterling Silver Herringbone Chain Necklace ($78)
Argento Vivo Sterling Silver Flat Edge Hoop Earrings ($68)
Argento Vivo Sterling Silver Wrap Ring ($98)
Price range: $20 to $60
Why we love it: Next time you shop at Madewell, don't overlook its affordable jewelry section.
Madewell Dome Ring ($26)
Madewell Chain Statement Necklace ($10)
Madewell Puffed Small Hoop Earrings ($24)
Price range: $40 to $80
Why we love it: You'll want to snatch up Shashi's cool pieces the first chance you get. (They're known for selling out.)
Shashi Jasmin Earrings ($54)
Shashi Bijou Necklace ($68)
Shashi Triplès Hoops ($68)
8. Luv Aj
Brand: Luv Aj
Price range: $50 to $90
Why we love it: Chunky hoop earrings and rings are what Luv AJ does best.
Luv Aj Martina Tube Hoop Earrings ($55)
Luv Aj Mini Dahlia Hoops in Gold ($65)
Luv Aj Ballier Chain Link Necklace in Gold ($75)
Price range: $48 to $158
Why we love it: Shop here for trendy gold pieces like hoops and chain necklaces that are sustainably made.
Soko Joy Mini Statement Hoop Earrings ($98)
Soko Shujja Ring ($98)
Soko Code Collar Necklace ($168)
Price range: $015 to $350
Why we love it: Although the price point is a tad higher than the other brands featured here, Missoma's quality is well worth the money in my opinion. I have a set of necklaces from the brand that I wear every day (yes, even in the shower—sorry!) that have never tarnished. Don't miss the fashion girl-favorites designed in collaboration with Lucy Williams.
Missoma Medium Chubby Hoop Earrings ($127)
Missoma Lucy Williams Gold Roman Arc Coin Necklace ($188)
Missoma Lucy Williams Malachite Square Gold Signet Ring ($127)
This post was published at an earlier date and has been updated.
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