Surprisingly, I’m not much of a jewelry wearer. Don’t get me wrong, I like baubles as much as the next girl. But I much prefer a few nice statement pieces to a whole jewelry box full of trinkets.
I’ve taken a liking to anything rose gold (my fave) or gold lately. It’s easy to wear and goes with every outfit. So, what’s not to like?
Here are the jewelry pieces you can find me wearing every day:
Humble and Spark: When Laura from Humble and Spark reached out to me, I instantly fell in love with the dainty pieces on her Etsy shop. Her family owns Zachary’s Fine Jewelry in Huntington, NY (home to some of the most incredible stones and intricate metal work that I have ever seen), and clearly, Laura learned from the best. She gifted me a beautiful rose gold moon and star necklace that I almost never take off. It’s so pretty and I wear it with just about everything.
She also gave me two sets of earrings—the milgrain stud earrings and the baguette stud earrings, both in gold. I have to say, the baguette studs may just be my favorite earrings…ever. I wear them to work and to workouts, and I have received tons of compliments on them.
Rosefield Watch: I found Rosefield Watches through Instagram a few years back. I have such tiny wrists, which always made finding a watch that fit me properly a challenge. Insert The Mercer collection from Rosefield with an adjustable mesh wristband. In keeping with my jewelry theme, I purchased the 38 mm, rose gold Mercer (one of their best sellers). Later, I bought The Tribeca, which features a black leather wristband in the smaller 33 mm face. But The Mercer will always have my heart.
MantraBand: What could be more inspiring than glancing at your wrist and seeing a meaningful message? I purchased my first MantraBand, which says ‘Warrior,’ when I was in a local Long Island boutique. It instantly became an empowering piece to wear with my Rosefield watch or alone. I was since gifted a second band in silver at a wellness event that reads “You are Enough.” But can you ever have too many MantraBands?