From vintage looking tassels to modern geometric cuffs, this season's bling is bolder and even more dramatic than ever. Start upgrading now by shopping these unique and inspired jewelry selections.
Calling all Minketts, the handbag and clothing designer now adds jewelry to the list of must-have-fashion items we are dreaming about. This iced-out pave horn necklace dazzles in the most fierce manner.
Go big and go bold with this uber-shiny gold cuff from Tory Burch. Sleek and modern patent leather pops out from behind the carved out T logo, creating a sophisticated and polished combination. Wear alone or with multiple mismatched stackable bracelets.
Add a dose of vintage to your jewelry box with this antique wire cuff by Citrine of the Stones. Gold strips of hammered wire take this malleable cuff to a whole other level. This versatile bracelet works for both casual and formal occasions.
The perfect blend of modern and vintage, this striking necklace combines a geometric Art Deco pendant with an antique brass tassel chain. Subtly glamorous, this beautiful piece from Lulu Frost will add luxe accents to any look.
Give your neckline a whimsical touch by adding this playful silver necktie from Adia Kibur. Contemporary and bold, this menswear-inspired bauble will not only lighten up your wardrobe but also your overall mood.
Charm your ear off with these artful earrings from Topshop. Artistic and daring, these dangling earrings playfully interpret facial features. Makes for a great holiday present and will only run you $20.
For those who think earrings are overrated, then it might be time to progress to earcuffs instead. Directional and exciting, this multi-colored stone cuff from ASOS is the perfect statement gem for the alternative rocker chic.
Exude red carpet glamour with these opulent chain tassel clip earrings from Oscar de la Renta. The chain fringe give these striking earrings a modern appeal, while its overall design and beauty is timeless and forever.
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