"You've got some pretty great stuff in here."
You know it well, the old wear-a-white-tee-and-dress-it-up-with-this trick.
I’m not sure how tribal it is (unless the tribe is Saved By the Bell devotees) but I love it nonetheless.
Not online; you’ll have to go brave the masses. But for $10? Worth it.
I love this giant wooden bangle. Girls with tiny arms, let me see you wearing a stack of these this summer, before it gets too hot.
Even if I didn’t love the ring, it would be hard not to love the name.
Or, you could do something like this for Mom. (Yup, go do it.)
You have just enough time left to customize for Mother’s Day.
I love this concept for a bracelet. Plus, hefty magnets!
Lovely and delicate, the opposite of what you’d want peace to be.
14K gold with elegant little black diamonds. Stack em up.
Natural agate stone in lavender and sunset. This one wants to be worn every summer evening while you eat scallops near the shore.
Swooning over these earrings by my newest jewelry crush.
No ring has ever said spring! so vibrantly.
Square knot not for squares.
I love this one, because it’s like wearing a non-drippy creamsicle around your neck.
Ingenious little shop sells wide friendship bracelets all dressed up in vintage rhinestones.
You know what time of year it is, right? Daydream about being on a sailboat time, duh. Apparently this entire collection is made of assorted sailing line.
It’s simple, but looks stunning on these skinny fingers.
Between the beautiful sapphires and the rose gold, these are like two lovely ear bouquets.
Very biblical, but lovely.
by Juliet & Co.
Between the chunky london blue topaz, the bright, clear moonstone, and the delicate gold worked into branches on the back, what’s not to love about these earrings? (Oh, yeah. The price. Still… capital-S, swoon.)
KJL does it again. I love this giant ruby.
Yum. So glad this thing isn’t dripping with honey.
Stand-out necklace for the weather so cold you can’t stand to wear anything more exciting than a long-sleeved tee: dress it up!
BaubleBar’s latest from the Fusion series, and yum.
I love them all (almost), but especially this rhino.
Noir Jewelry made a matrioshka doll for your finger!
St. Kilda’s pieces are right up my alley, and this one, 2 carats of one-of-a-kind tourmaline? Reminds me of an ombre jolly rancher.
One side inscribed with “loved” and the other, dotted with these tiny diamonds.