25 Pieces Of Jewelry To Buy For Yourself

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Darling trinkets and eye-catching baubles are hard to resist. Since there’s no hard rule that states jewelry must be gifted, we’re of the mind to treat ourselves to a few pieces every now again. (We’ve all been there after opening a gift and immediately mulling over the brand’s return policy for a discreet exchange—so, why not buy something you know you’ll love?) Whether you’re looking to add a few new studs to your lobes, dabble in the natural form trend or acquire a few new rings for your stacks, ahead, we’ve edited a range of pieces to buy for yourself now, from affordable to investment-worthy.

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Treat Yourself To Some Jewelry

Silver-Plated Ring

$25

H&M

Featuring contemporary design, this ring is a total conversation piece.

Metal Pendant Earrings

$20

Mango

Make a sculptural statement in this unique design.

Joplin Earrings

$40

Five and Two

Test the waters of the tortoise-shell hoop trend with this affordable pair.

Indigo Ring

$60

Stella and Bow

Into the rainbow gemstone trend? This ring is a perfect way to wear it.

Jesse Crystal Pavé Drop Earrings

$65

Rachel Zoe

These delicate drops are a perfect swap for simple studs.

Sorbet Bracelet

$95

Roxsanne Assoulin

Add trendy pastels to your arm party with this enameled stretch bracelet, complete with Swarovski crystals.

Seashell Hoop Earrings

$95

Isabel Marant

Seashell jewelry is back! Though not in the form of the Puka shell strands of your youth. Right now, dangly earrings feel fresh.

Onda Earrings

$186

Laura Lombardi

Two-tone earrings go with everything in your jewelry collection. Plus, they’re hollow so as not to weigh down your lobes.

White Topaz Trillion Threader

$285

Smith + Mara

A threader earring is an ideal way to try the asymmetrical trend.

Diamonds Line Necklace

$295

Mejuri

A diamond bar necklace is timeless—wear it solo or layered with a mix of chains.

Small Disc Studs With Diamonds

$344

WWAKE

Upgrade your stud game with this unique sculptural pair.

The Hop Ring

$460

Lane + Lanae

For stacking, this off-kilter ring plays well with pave bands. Or, wear it on its own!

Gold Coin Zodiac Pendant

$568

The Last Line

Pendants ready very of-the-moment—what could be better than buying one with your zodiac sign?

Loquet Medium Round Locket

$580

Loquet

Revisit the locket and customize your own with the tiniest of trinkets.

This sculptural pair of earrings was influenced by botanical illustrations, leaves and flowers.

Petite Diamond Thread Ear Pin

$720

KatKim

Keep people guessing with this edgy diamond ear pin—designed to be an illusion of a pin going through your ear.

Maeve Hoops

$950

Jennifer Fisher

Love hoops? This hammered pair is an edgy add to your collection.

Emerald Arc Earring

$1,150

Vrai & Oro

Wear these emerald-cut arc earrings every day for a bit of nonchalant glamour.

Conie Necklace

$1,300

AGMES

This sterling silver collar will look as though it melted onto your neck (in a good way).

The Carre Pyramid Diamond Studs

$1,300

Après Jewlery

These carre-cut studs are strikingly simple.

Infinite 14-Karat Rose And Yellow Gold Bracelet

$2,035

Lito

This yellow and rose-gold bracelet makes a remarkable minimalist statement.

Swirl Hoops

$2,185

Carbon & Hyde

These swirl hoops feature a front-to-back design‑the effect looks as though they’re wrapping around your lobes.

Pam Choker

$2,288

Tara

Zig-zag design adds interest to a simple choker.

Dame Tri-Link Ring

$5,500

Hoorsenbuhs

A linked diamond pave ring in rose-gold will stand out in your stack.

Baguette Chain Chandeliers

$6,450

Lizzie Mandler

Make a refined statement in these baguette chain chandelier earrings.

Mozi Linked Ring

$11,000

Spinelli Kilcollin

This mixed-metal ring is a glamorous forever piece—brand new from Spinelli Kilcollin's new Ada collection which introduces channel-set carré and baguette cut diamonds.