I haven’t fully dipped my toes in the accessories game quite yet, I’m usually the type of person to wear the same thing and never take it off. I’ve been wearing the same 3 rings on my fingers for probably 5 years. They’re basically an extension of me and I’m naked without them.
Buuuut, I wanted to share some of my most worn jewelry as someone who likes clean, minimal, buildable style.
Mejuri kicks ass. I’ve partnered with them multiple times and I’m always so damn excited. I not only love their pieces, they always feel high-quality and comfortable, but they’re affordable. I also really love when big brands use micro-influencers because it just feels inclusive, like their jewelry is for everyone, not just the top of the tier. Love this brand, and highly suggest grabbing something during the holiday season.
I wear the gold lariat slide necklace every single day. It’s perfect for layering because you can adjust the length of the lariat, and it’s delicate and so, so beautiful to wear on it’s own. Gift this to everyone!
Louis Vuitton – LV & Me Necklace ($480)
Wow. Just typing the price made me heart hurt a little bit, I still can’t believe I own this in the letter M necklace. I’ve been looking for a good quality one for years and never made the plunge. Matt surprised me with this necklace one day (it was supposed to be a Christmas present, but he caved). I had absolutely no idea what this present could be, I’m always saying I want this, I want that. When I saw the orange LV box I immediately started crying. I couldn’t even see straight.
The letter M has been special to me for a long time. My mom’s maiden name starts with the letter M (I almost changed my last name years ago to her maiden name, and only a few people know that) my favorite person in the world – my mimi’s initials were MM (the original M&M she’d say), my brother Mike has gone through the worst experiences of my life with me – nobody understands those moments more than him, not to mention Matt and Moose. M’s have shaped every huge experience in my life.
Fun fact – I almost got an M tattoo on my back for my mimi the week I met Matt, but figured I couldn’t anymore because I’d scare him away.
Five and Two – Imogen Necklace ($40)
I’m pretty confused about this one – I have a charm on mine, and definitely spent more than $40 on it, but I’m not sure they make it like mine anymore.
I really like this for adding a little something to an outfit, but I will say it feels really cheap. It’s way lighter than I thought it would be, which is good and bad. Good because it won’t weigh you down or get tangled up, bad because you can tell the quality just isn’t there.
Target – Acrylic Tortoise Earrings ($10ish), Simple Gold Hoops ($10ish)
I can’t find the link either of these, I feel like Target locations always have different things as well, but sometimes I pick up cheap earrings and they work out. They have a bunch of similar styles at Target so I’d suggest just popping in and checking them out.
I like that these Tortoise ones have a more oval shape so they don’t stick out too much, they kind of blend with my hair, but add a little extra something when I want to dress a look up a bit. The gold are just classic and easy if I don’t know what to wear.
Delicate cold chains – Child of Wild Pray For Us Mary Necklace ($78), others I’ve just accumulated over the years from my mom.
I love a simple coin necklace, I know it was huge not too long ago, and I think it’ll have another phase soon, but I can’t see delicate layering necklaces ever really going out of style.
Lastly vintage watches are sooo good to add to any collection – I have no idea how much this was or where my mom or grandma got it. I like throwing this on to add a little bit of masculinity to an outfit.
Can’t forget my every day rings in the photo above. The middle finger ring ($36) is from an Etsy shop called Katrina Logan Jewelry that I bought back in 2017, the other two my friend bought for me on Amazon back in 2015 or 2016. I never take them off. I live, breathe, shower, work, everything in these.
Do you have any jewelry that just does not get taken off? Or what are your favorites in rotation?