We’re all about minimalist rings and earrings right now — and so is everyone else, judging by our Instagram feeds.
Though they look mega luxe, they don’t have to be very expensive — which is kind of a relief as they undoubtably work better en masse (with the Levi 501s you cut yourself, with a casj open collar shirt and backless loafers? You know the look).
If you want to get that cool Scandy look, as well as requiring a few more piercings, here are the brands you need to know about…
Dalston-based designer Rebecca Gladstone's jewellery is clean and actually affordable. She says: 'My pieces are designed to be an extension of the wearer not an intrusion. My focus is on the linear and pared down geometric forms creating a minimal, bold but classic style of jewellery.'
We’re all big fans of Other Stories but the jewellery collection deserves a proper shout-out. Like properly inexpensive, the range is pretty massive so odds are they’ll have what you want whether it’s a bar earring or a stack of plain silver rings.
Danish Irish jewellery designer Maria Black's 'fashion-forward approach to conceptual jewellery design' makes for very cool — edgy and sleek, and starting at £32.
Designers Brittany Glossop and Caitlin Briody do everything from classic to contemporary, simple and minimalist to (actually cool) personalised pieces — all made in London.
Founded by London-based designers Tansy Aspinall and Victoria Van Holthe, Tada & Toy is the one for simple designs you can wear all the time, all together or on their own.
Designer Melissa Joy Manning is known for her immaculately designed and crafted pieces, as well as her socially and environmentally friendly ethos, using recycled and responsibly sourced materials in her work.
Handmade by craftsmen in Bali, House Thirteen's jewellery is made from sterling silver and gold (dipped in 18-karat Italian gold). The designs are simple and classic — perfect for wearing together — and they start at £20.
The cool stackable rings have zero bling (in a good way), and some of the plain silver styles are under £10 — perfect if you're a multi-stacker.
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