The Everyday Fine Jewelry Brands To Shop If You're A Fan Of Mejuri

Time to work on your collection.

Written by Jordan Murray
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These brands like Mejuri carry fine jewelry you can wear everyday.

As fun as it is to try out emerging jewelry trends spotted on TikTok and Instagram (see: maximalist jewelry and colorful beaded necklaces), it’s also important to find versatile, timeless pieces for your everyday lineup. But as it turns out, navigating fine jewels that won't completely drain your budget is no easy feat. While you've likely turned to the popular label Mejuri when for these high-quality jewelry box staples in the past, if you're eager to mix it up, you've come to the right place. Fortunately, there are several brands like Mejuri that offer up elevated, easy-to-wear styles that won’t cost you a fortune. Even better: They've been rounded up for you to shop.

Mejuri has become a fashion crowd favorite for good reason — the direct-to-consumer brand boasts a range of refined, timeless styles that you can wear day or night. And on top of that, the Toronto-based label's pieces are strong enough to stand on their own, while versatile enough to be styled with pretty much anything else you have on hand. (Silver and gold jewelry together? Go for it.) Luckily, the brands you'll find below offer these same desirable qualities, and they'll sit nicely among your Mejuri treasures, too.

Whether you're hunting for necklaces, rings, earrings, or all of the above, you'll have a hard time not finding something to your liking from the jewelry lines ahead. On that note, continue on for 14 standout brands with elevated, everyday pieces that you should add to your virtual cart, and stat.

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With a collection of styles inspired by ancient times — that look as though they were discovered from a lost world — Agapé is a brand that touches on the modern sophistication of everyday gold pieces much like Mejuri. Each meaningful jewelry piece is deliberately designed to tell a story and look as though it was excavated from an archeological site (in the best way possible). The brand holds itself to high ethical standards as well, sourcing from sustainable, recycled batches of gold.


Fedoma takes its inspiration from traditional craftsmanship. Their process follows that of the 18th century Byzantine Empire, utilizing wax molds and a polishing technique that leaves pieces textured and full of character, but with modern shine. The result is a line of timeless, vintage-style jewelry ethically forged from recycled, reclaimed, and fair-mined metals.

A.M. Thorne

A.M. Thorne is a fine jewelry brand created by Ashley Thorne. The Washington, D.C. and New York-based label draws inspiration from architecture, femininity, art, and light. Head over to its website to shop standout pieces, which include eye-catching moonstones and dainty salt and pepper diamonds.


Matthew Harris was born and raised in Montego Bay, Jamaica before he arrived in the United States at 16 to go to college. After graduating, he discovered his passion for jewelry design in New York City and launched his brand in 2009. Mateo carries sleek fine jewelry with a modern twist. From its pearl drop earrings to its beaded turquoise anklet, the brand has everything you need to upgrade your jewelry collection.

Alison Lou

Alison Lou is a brand like Mejuri for those who love fine jewelry with a playful spin. Its selection includes quirky emoji-inspired charms as well as bright-colored pieces. Alison Lou also has its own bridal collection, I Do by Lou, which features a mix of classic and pops of fun, modern details. Additionally, if you prefer something simpler, the brand offers up nameplate necklaces and dainty bracelets.


Founded by Jameel Mohammed, Khiry is an Afro-futurist jewelry line based in New York. The idea is to embody and celebrate the beauty and culture of the African diaspora with luxury vermeil jewelry pieces. Its celebrity-favorite (think: Yara Shahidi and Jennifer Hudson) assortment includes simple, luxe hoops, rings, and pendant necklaces.

Jacquie Aiche

If you’re into jewels with a cool boho vibe, Los Angeles-based fine jewelry brand Jacquie Aiche should be on your radar (if it isn’t already). Each piece is crafted with the vision to empower the wearer through hand-picked stones meant to inspire love and beauty. If you’re into crystal or birthstone jewelry, this is your shop. Warning: You might have a tough time choosing between styles like its unique quartz necklaces and funky beaded anklets.


This New York City-based brand's pieces are designed and handmade using ethically sourced and sustainably made materials. Each piece is crafted with the highest quality, but at reasonable and transparent pricing. You'll find styles are offered in 14k gold, 18k gold, and 14k gold-plated vermeil.

Tarin Thomas

Previously as a chief buyer for an NYC boutique, founder Kylie Nakao noticed a lack of the cool, sophisticated jewelry she was looking for, so she created it herself — thus, the Tarin Thomas Collection was born. Looking for a new signature piece for your jewelry lineup? Scroll through this collection of styles that find the balance between being classic and contemporary.

Sydney Evan

Another great shop for the crystal enthusiasts. Founded by Rosanne Karmes in Los Angeles in 2001, Syndey Evan jewelry has been worn by countless A-listers. It's easy to see why — the brand serves up an impressive selection of styles that are poised to be jewelry box favorites.


VRAI is a mission-based brand that supports a variety of global causes. This sustainable fine jewelry company cuts and polishes their own diamonds sustainably grown by Diamond Foundry in America. The collection delivers a lineup of classic, timeless staples you'll turn to for years to come. While some pieces do carry a higher price tag, there are a number of stunning designs that you can score for under $500. Plus, for those who are thinking of tying the knot, there’s a stunning selection of engagement rings to feast your eyes on.

Stone And Strand

If you're looking for dainty pieces you can slip on day after day, make sure to peek at Stone and Strand's offering of delicate styles. The New York City-based brand handcrafts each minimalist piece with the idea that the jewels could be worn for special occasions, yes, but are not limited to once-in-a-blue-moon wear. The simple, high-quality necklaces, rings, and earrings are made to become a part of your staple arsenal. Stone and Strand has even come out with a new wedding line, featuring bespoke bridal jewels, wedding bands, and bridesmaid gifts.

The Last Line

Those who want to infuse a little color into their jewelry box should be shopping at The Last Line. The brand proves that fine jewelry can be just as playful as larger statement-making styles; however, these pieces can easily be worn every day. Every creation is made with ethically sourced materials like recycled gold and conflict-free stones.

Alex Mika

This New York-based jewelry brand was established by four sisters in 2012. Much like Mejuri, it offers a range of trend-forward jewelry you can throw on daily. But unlike many other similar brands, a lot of their offerings sit nicely priced below the $100 mark. They also have a selection of fine jewelry that's not to be missed.

Bing Bang NYC

Founded in 2000 by jewelry mogul Anna Sheffield, Bing Bang remains a small, women-owned and run jewelry business. Best known for its collection of minimal and modern jewelry, the locally-made pieces are crafted from custom-cut, responsibly-sourced gemstones, sterling silver, and gold vermeil. From high-quality nameplate necklaces to pearl-adorned pieces, all of the brand's styles have an eye-catching yet timeless quality.

Zoë Chicco

Another brand that's been spotted on a slew of celebrities, Zoe Chicco's lineup includes a range of dainty styles that are crafted in 14k gold with diamonds and semi-precious gemstones. If you’re on the market for brands like Mejuri, this one is a no-brainer. With trendy designs bold enough for lone wear, but dainty enough for stacking and layering, it’s an easy feat to see why celebs are loving Zoë Chicco’s eponymous collection.

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