A punchy alternative to classic gold studs.
Adjust the ribbon tie to wear it with different collars.
We love the Jazz Age, Daisy Buchanan feel.
Since "go-to concert earrings" should absolutely be a vocabulary staple.
An unusually sweet animal motif.
Earrings Edie Sedgwick would've loved.
A small dose of preppiness to complement crisp denim and nautical striped tees.
Subtle, yet undeniably rock and roll.
A nostalgic friendship bracelet with a little edge.
Warm weather staples—or, a way to brighten up a drab winter outfit.
The off-kilter shape renders them a cut above most clear earrings.
Mix and match a cluster of them in different colors.
Since you can never have too many delicate little rings.
Fortunately, this coin necklace won't cost you too many of them.
A shock of neon that's not overpowering.
We'd wear it to toughen up our sweetest dresses.
Earthy yet polished.
Small but still a little bit subversive.
The prettier relative of the class ring.
A little bit of hardware adds an interesting texture to even the most basic outfit.
Teeny studs with serious bite.
The streamlined older sibling to childhood charm bracelets.
Versatile and distinct.
Arm party, meet finger party.
It's like a buffet of earrings.
The costume-y size makes these pearls more fun than prim.
The colorful pendant doubles as a locket.
Stash it at the office as a way to instantly dress up an outfit for post-work drinks.
A colorful, girly spin on the steely ID bracelet.
Industrious chains and ladylike gems make these earrings the perfect mashup.
Understated enough to wear every day.
Transform a tired cocktail dress or jacket by pinning on a pretty brooch.
Makes any bikini and coverup a little bit more glamorous.
Slightly different, but still classic.
Mix them in with tougher pieces like studded bracelets.
A highlighter bright necklace makes any outfit more playful.
A necessary basic for any formal occasion.
We'd pair it with a maxi skirt and loose braid.
Lends any outfit a carefree, western vibe.
A pre-packaged eclectic mix.
A cocktail ring to go with every dress—just add a champagne flute.
Two necklaces in one.
Glamorous but a little bit tough, too.
Like those rings that come with Hard Candy nail polish, only prettier.
It's playful—as in you can actually play it.
This Lady Gaga-designed cuff pairs well with anything, from leotards and meat suits to pretty blouses and sweater dresses.
Channel Bianca Jagger with a lariat and a well-cut blazer.
A basic chain to mix with any bracelet combo.
Antique-looking without the estate sale price tag.
A little creepy, in the best way possible.