SPRING 2022 JEWELRY GUIDE
Jewelry right now is centered around three meta trends: constellation piercings, sculptural jewelry, and mixed metals. Here's how to get the look 👇
We’re all about celebrating creativity, so we don’t see trends as dogmatic rules that you have to follow. But as they’re part of the zeitgeist, we see them as lenses through which you can interpret your personal style. Our unisex system of jewelry is designed to help you create your own look, interpreting these trends with your own point of view.
Gone are the days when you are expected to commit to a single pair of earrings to express yourself. More-is-more is the mantra when it comes to your ears - and there’s no better expression of this philosophy than constellation piercings.
Not unlike the astronomical origins from which the trend gets its name, constellation piercings are a group of multiple piercings that create unique patterns and shapes on the ear.
HOW TO GET THE LOOK: This can mean multiple piercings on your lobe, helix, tragus, and cartilage—using either studs or hoops—that come together to form a constellation. No two constellation piercings are identical, so the possibilities are endless to create a look that reflects your personal style and complements your ear shape.
For those of us who don’t have a full complement of piercings, we suggest no-piercing-required ear cuffs to create the look of constellation piercings without the commitment.
@thewhiteocean wears our Orbital Crystal Cartilage Hoop, Tiny Crystal Nap Earring, Pave Lightning Nap Earring, Double Eternity Arc Ear Cuff, and Rebel Ear Cuff. Pro Tip: We love the drama of the Rebel Ear Cuff - accentuated by placing it alone at the top of the ear.
@_evaciland in our Celestial Illusion Hoop, Pave Lightning Nap Earring, Eternity Arc Ear Cuff, and Infinite Ear Cuff. Pro Tip: Fill out your ear party without having to get additional piercings with our no-piercing-required ear cuffs.
@myriampalamara in our Colette Earrings, Infinite Ear Cuff, and Mini Crystal Trinity Nap Earrings. Pro Tip: Contrast dainty lobe piercings with a more substantial cuff for extra drama.
@tasnimldn highlights the lower part of her ear with our Falling Star Chain Earrings, Pave O Studs, and Comet Twirl Earrings. Pro Tip: Team earrings of different shapes for extra visual texture.
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Say hello to the 1970s and 1980s, and make a statement with bold statement pieces. It’s time to dress up again and have fun with your look. Sculptural bracelets and necklaces are the easiest way to zhuzh up an otherwise simple outfit.
HOW TO GET THE LOOK: A beautiful bit of wearable sculpture, our editor-approved Bubble Necklace can be paired with a crisp white button down to evoke the spirit of the artist - or can dress up your cashmere sweats and make your loungewear Zoom-friendly. We also make a scaled down version, the Baby Bubble Necklace, which may work better for those with petite proportions.
Want to level up your bracelet game? Our Bubble and Baby Bubble Bracelets are the perfect foundation pieces for your arm party.
Our Bubble Necklace is striking enough to shine on its own.
Our sculptural Bubble Bracelet can be layered with other pieces - like our Explorer Bracelet and Rebel Bracelet.
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Good news: you can totally pair gold and silver jewelry. Jewelry is personal, and there are no rules about how you should wear it. While many people tend to gravitate toward one metal over the other, combining the two gives your look a certain je ne sais quoi.
As creator Kelly Roach explains, “I like that mixed metals mean I don't have to commit to one or the other when it comes to matching my earrings to other pieces that I'm wearing. I also like that it's unexpected, so it catches the eye while remaining subtle enough for everyday wear.”
HOW TO GET THE LOOK: Mix your metals all over. It might look jarring if you wear all gold earrings and necklaces, but all silver rings. Balance out your look by wearing a blend of silver and gold rings, earrings, and necklaces for a more deliberate look.
If you are new to mixing metals, start with consistent styles - sticking to mixing metal colors with similar styles, rather than mixing delicate and bold jewelry styles. If you have dainty gold necklaces on repeat, mix up your look with a dainty silver pendant instead of a chunky silver chain.
@kellym.roach places her gold Halo Oval Hoop between a silver Baby Halo Oval Hoop and silver Bolt Nap Earring to emphasize the contrast in metals.
@eleonoraarico teams our Siren Necklace in Gold with the Siren Necklace in Silver. Pro Tip: The easiest way to mix metals is to wear the same style in two different metals.
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