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  1. The older I get the more my style evolves, but truth be told, I’ve always been a jewelry girl, even when I was little. Upon opening my online bohemian shop, Arden Trading Co., a few store owners told me in different words, “Always sell jewelry because deep down all women love it and will buy it.” …

  2. I’m excited for you all to get to know my friend Kate Jones today. Kate and I met a couple years ago when she was passing through Minneapolis. We got brunch and got to talking and I learned that her jewelry line, Ursa Major, was just a tiny peek into her artistic depth. I hope you get the …

  3. Big gold (and colorful!) earrings are having a major moment– and for good reason. Even though I’m not much of a jewelry person, earrings may become a staple in my accessory wardrobe. They make me feel regal (a la Queen Liz in The Crown) and look fantastic with a turtleneck, pajamas, grungy tee– anything really. They just add …

  4. I was really excited to see new work from the creative collective, Studio Fludd. They continue to explore ideas and concepts across multiple mediums, ranging from illustration to graphic design, printing art to decoration, installation and self-design. Their newest endeavor plays with color, shape and repetition in the form of simple necklaces. Each necklace is handmade …

  5. Young Frankk is hands-down one of the biggest inspirations of mine these days. Christine Young, the creative mind behind the jewerly line, is so much more than just that. Her Pinterest boards are the best around and her tumblr will have you scrolling for days. The girl’s got so much swag (read: AMAZING TASTE) it’s no …

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  7. I mean, what’s not to love.

  8. Spent entirely too much time over at Dream Collective. Totally worth it. A few enviable object available: rose colored glasses, organic gold ring, snake bangle, and simple leather shoes. Landed at Dream Collective via ESB and this amazing ring.

  9. Behold the amazingness of Maslo Jewelry. Affordable, beautifully designed and wearable, you really can’t go wrong here. Check out the wide array of designs (many under $50) in the Mixed Metals section. I’m also a huge fan of the textural contrast in the newest collection. Maslo is definitely one of my favorite shops for jewelry on …

  10. Earthy, elegant and exceptionally made, you can’t go wrong with one of Alexis Russell’s jewelry designs. I was first introduced to Alexis’ work while doing an engagement ring roundup for Esty and her style and aesthetic remains top-of-mind when giving recommendations for unique engagement rings and men’s wedding bands. Alexis Russell’s designs go beyond distinct bridal …

  11. Every once and while I find a new jewelry designer that I truly obsess over. The current obsession is Sarah Murphy, the Austin-based designer behind Hey Murphy. Sarah brings gold chains, weighty rocks, rough gems, and brightly colored beads together to make stop-in-your-tracks statement pieces that don’t scream “statement necklace”. Her range is huge, showing she’s …

  12. loving the color, pattern and texture of these leather goods from blackbird and the owl. available for purchase on etsy.

  13. Loving these bright and colorful wood bangled by Voz…

  14. There’s something wonderful about the simplicity and delicateness of Favor Jewelry. The pieces would make for a great Mother’s Day gift and the whole line is definitely wearable! I’m especially loving the droplet & pebble rings. photography by Leah Verwey modeled by Robin Hilleary hair & makeup by Madeline Roosevelt production & styling by Monika Reed

  15. I’ve just joined the appropriately named site for fashion bloggers called Currently Obsessed! You can now “stalk” my retail finds and see what products I’m lusting after. I’m using this platform to curate my Pins and round ups, so if you’re at all curious about what items don’t get pulled, pinned or tumbled, check it out! …

  16. When I first clicked on the 31 Bits website, I was so taken aback by the gorgeous styling that I almost missed the amazing story behind it. In fact, 31 Bits was founded by 5 socially-conscious college students with a passion for empowering women to rise above poverty. During a trip to Northern Uganda in 2007, …

  17. Love these delicate pieces from Maru Kiko.

  18. works of art to hang around your neck. sight unseen takes jewelry and wearable objects to retail. via A. Hakes

  19. QUICK. Head over to dull DIAMOND to check out the new pieces just added. I’m crazy about this shop, you guys.

  20. They may be tiny, but that doesn’t make them less beautiful. Kathleen Whitaker has a nice eye for minimalist jewelry design and porcelain ceramics. Find her designs at retail here: Totokaelo Gravel & Gold The Supply Room Adler+ Co The General Store via park street

  21. Simple designs for the minimalist in all of us, available here. via shiny squirrel

  22. readers, i’d like to introduce you to PALOMARIE, a freshly launched collaboration between two Texas-based designers. channeling their architectural sensibilities, the designers allow the industrial qualities of the materials shine in their debut collection. the result is simply gorgeous. check out the collection here, and their (highly additive) blog here. photos: by palomarie

  23. loving what laura lombardi is presenting for autumn/winter 2011…

  24. it really doesn’t get much better than this. of course, i say that everytime i see something new from Satomi Kawakita. via bri’s pintrest

  25. these designs by mirta make my heart melt a bit. there is something so simple and sweet about them. via amateur couture

  26. these are lovely, by the way. how did i miss this last fall?

  27. i tend to favor minimal lines when it comes to clothes, furniture, jewelry, just about anything really. put a little wood in the mix and i’m drooling. très chic. mugs, side cabinet via bonnie, wooden stool, mary janes, utensils, emedemarta necklaces.

  28. on the top of my mind today: these stylish New Yorkers… this American Apparel leather bag… these shorts from H&M’s spring line… this amazing kitchen… that necklace… those flats… this bra.

  29. love david neale’s work. click here for more images

  30. I’ve always wanted an excuse to buy big art-deco inspired jewelry. And you bet I’ll be using our wedding day as an excuse to rock some vintage bling. Right now this Lulu Frost fall 2010 collection is inspiring my search. I love the reassembled look of these pieces, they look forward without loosing their vintage charm. …

  31. my eyes get enormous and i state: i’ll be needing one of these immediately.

  32. i definitely don’t need a new piece of *nice* jewelry for a while (i’m still getting use to the new addition to my left hand) but these pieces by Conroy + Wilcox are perfection.