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These days it seems like people are buying jewelry more than ever—including engagement rings. Whether it’s a simple pair of stud earrings or a statement necklace, a new piece of jewelry can spice up your work from home look for a Zoom call. Plus, unlike shopping for clothes, you don’t have to try anything on—just see something sparkly you like and add to cart—which mitigates the need for returns.
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If you’re looking to spice up your jewelry collection, there are a ton of incredible places to shop for rings, necklaces, and earrings online. From the minimalist to the luxurious, these are the 10 best places to buy jewelry online.
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Our favorite piece: Chunky Medium Hoop Earrings—$24
I’ve personally been a fan of Madewell jewelry for years. The pieces are simple, relatively inexpensive, and go with whatever you’re wearing. Plus, each earring has sterling silver posts, meaning they won’t irritate your ears. There’s a wide variety to choose from, including simple, dainty pieces to more colorful statement pieces and nothing costs more than $100. Favorites from the site include the Chunky Medium Hoop Earrings and the Paperclip Chain Necklace, both of which are timeless in vintage gold plated brass.
Our favorite piece: Kate Spade Initial Pendant Necklace—$58
Nordstrom is home to some of the most popular jewelry items on the market from brands like Kate Spade, Kendra Scott, and David Yurman as well as some affordable items from Nordstrom’s own line. Plus, with sales (looking at you Nordstrom Anniversary Sale) you can find some of these items for a great discount. Shoppers love the Kate Spade Initial Pendant Necklace (which makes a great gift) as well as the ever-popular Kendra Scott Birthstone Pendant Necklace. Nordstrom’s Cubic Zirconia Earrings are also a timeless and affordable choice that reviewers recommend.
Our favorite piece: 360 Ring—$105
This Toronto-based jewelry brand sells a variety of fine and semi-fine pieces without the typical markups found in jewelry stores. Amazing, right? We tried out a few items from Mejuri and found that they were relatively affordable and did not leave any irritation or marks. Our tester also did not notice any tarnish after wearing the 360 Ring daily for months, a testament to its quality. Another favorite is the Editor Hoops, which balances simplicity with elegance.
Our favorite piece: Personalized Letter Necklace—$19.17
From the quirky to the contemporary, Etsy has a ton of handmade and vintage jewelry options that feel more special. While the options may seem endless (because they pretty much are), it’s best to narrow your search down by style and jewelry type. Etsy is also a great place to look for customized jewelry like this popular letter necklace. Shoppers are also obsessed with these boho earrings and dainty, stackable rings.
Our favorite piece: Custom Multi Disc Pisa Bracelet—$40
With bright colors and seasonal items, Baublebar is filled with fun, quirky jewelry items that are bound to make a statement. Some favorites include these customizable bracelets that are an ode to camp friendship bracelets and this evil eye noir necklace. Baublebar also has some more simplistic jewelry, but you’re bound to find some unique pieces that will bode loads of comments while scrolling the site.
Our favorite piece: Mini Pavé Huggie—$22
Instagram-famous jewelry brand Studs gained some popularity last year with its “vote” earrings, which have been seen on celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow. While Studs is known for its high-quality and unique studs, you’ll also find hoops, danglies, and huggies on the site. Other best-selling pieces include the unique Drip Hoop and Chaine Pave Huggies.
Our favorite piece: Block Letter Monogram Necklace—$38
Like its boho-chic clothing, Anthropologie’s jewelry options are just as fun and stylish—not to mention affordable. You can shop timeless pieces like the highly-rated Block Letter Monogram Necklace and the Crescent Hoops. The offerings range from timeless to quirky, so you’ll definitely find something that fits your style at Anthro.
8. & Other Stories
Our favorite piece: Bee Embossed Pendant Necklace—$25
Looking for a statement piece? Look no further than & Other Stories. The popular European brand has trendy jewelry that will make heads turn. Take for example, this unique bee pendant necklace this eye-catching Signet Ring. The best part? Everything is under $100.
9. Uno de 50
Our favorite piece: Zen Bracelet—$219
For more luxury jewelry, check out Uno de 50, which is one of our editor’s favorite places to shop for jewelry. You’ll find nothing too eccentric, and more sophisticated pieces featured on the site like the Zen bracelet and All of Me earrings. Each piece is handcrafted in Spain, which adds a special touch to this jewelry.
Our favorite piece: Parker Layering Set—$108
You’ll want to layer several pieces of jewelry from Gorjana. These pieces are delicate and feminine, and there are plenty of bracelets, stacking rings, and layered necklaces to choose from. You can also opt to engrave certain pieces like the Bespoke Plate Adjustable Bracelet for a personal touch or purchase sets of layering necklaces to make things easier on you.
11. Kinn Studio
Our favorite piece: Dare To Love Dome Ring—$380
Founded by Jennie Yoon, Kinn Studio's jewelry is inspired by women and their unique experiences with modern pieces that are made to last a lifetime. The brand is committed to not only producing fine jewelry at an attainable price but also maintainig high-quality standards for how the pieces are manufactured. Each jewelry piece has a story, too. The Dare To Love Dome Ring is inspired by Yoon's grandmother's ring while the Mini Hoop Huggie Earrings represent the simplicity of our daily lives.
Our favorite piece: Diamond Pinprick Stud (Single)—$118
Catbird's indie jewelry is made right in Brooklyn Navy Yard, next to the brand's headquarters, where about 40 jewelers work to craft unique pieces. The brand only uses ethically sourced gold and all stones are conflict-free, so you can feel good about your purchase whether it's classic diamond studs or a whimsical bracelet. Aside from its own designs, you can shop from more than 100 other designers on the site.
13. Maison Miru
Our favorite piece: Illusion Hoop—$89
Everything at Maison Miru is magical. From its Illusion Hoop, which stays upright on your ear, appearing as a middle ear piercing, to its dainty open hoops, these jewelry pieces are unexpected and beautiful. The site also features plenty of styling guides for how to wear your new bling with piercing combinations and funky ear cuffs. A small woman-run business itself, Maison Miru works with suppliers and business partners that are either small, local, or run by women.
Our favorite piece: Rhodochrosite Mini Shield Hoop Earrings—$90
Missoma is filled with ancient-inspired jewelry pieces like a Roman coin necklace to gemstone hoops that radiate good vibes. The brand is big on layering pieces and even has a Layering Lab for you to experiment with. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the female-founded brand is partnering with charities Magic Breakfast and Akshaya Patra to donate two meals for each order. So it's a feel-good purchase, as well.
15. Kate Spade
Our favorite piece: That Sparkle Round Earrings—$38
From simple bracelets to whimsical earrings, Kate Spade has everything from elegant to electric to accessorize your wardrobe with. While inventory changes frequently with the seasons, you'll find tried and true favorites as well as fun partnerships with brands like Disney.
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