& Other Stories Sweater, Rag & Bone Tee, Nili Lotan Pants, Malone Souliers Loafers, Vonbloom Earrings, Neely and Chloe Case
I am usually a creature of habit when it comes to the jewelry I wear, but lately have been drawn to adding more colorful pieces to my collection, including these new emerald green earrings by Jane Pope, and this tiered signet ring by Emily P. Wheeler (which reminds me of a rainbow). My style is still somewhat minimalistic, feminine and dainty, with the exception of earrings, which I love to make a statement with sometimes. The right piece of bright jewelry can add a finishing touch to a simple outfit or play off a colorfully patterned piece, or pick-up on a vibrant shoe or handbag. Sometimes my jewelry is in a completely different shade for a striking contrast. Below are some ideas on ways to experiment with jewelry brights this spring and summer.
Jane Pope Custom Emerald Earrings (similar here)
I have two beaded necklaces by Lizzie Fortunato (last seen here ) that I love to wear alone or layered to add a pop of color. This rainbow version would make the perfect accessory to pair with a white dress or top this summer.
Rebecca de Ravenel’s classic thread-wrapped earrings take on a fun, new shape in these bright floral earrings. The fuchsia color will add the perfect pop of color to so many pieces in my closet.
There is something so charming about a dainty bracelet like this beaded daisy one by Roxanne Assoulin. It is a sweet spring and summer accessory that you can enjoy wearing daily and would make a wonderful gift as well.
Left: Nicola Bathie Earrings / Right: Rebecca de Ravenel Earrings
Rings: Jane Pope “Clementine Ring” & Custom Signet Ring, Ginette NY Bow Ring, Emily P. Wheeler Ring