8 Pieces of Everyday Jewelry You Should Have in Your Collection

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Today we want to share with you 8 pieces of everyday jewelry you should have in your collection.  It’s no secret that even the dreariest outfit can be brought to life with the right accessories. Once you reach a certain age, there are a few jewelry pieces that should be part of your collection — especially for those days when your outfit needs a little somethin’ somethin’.

Costume jewelry has come a long way in recent years. So with the affordable price point and somewhat high-quality of costume jewelry, you can easily build-up a beautiful everyday jewelry collection fit for your age! Here are 8 timeless pieces to add to your jewelry box…

Everyday Jewelry Staples Every Women Should Own

Just like a few essential clothing items, you should have in your wardrobe, such as a classic LBD, a crisp white blouse, and a good pair of well-fitted jeans, these simple jewelry items are no less important.

The key is to keep it simple so that these pieces can be mixed and matched and used on rotation for years to come. If you don’t own any of these staple jewelry pieces, it may be time to consider the investment:

1. A Pair of Diamond Earrings

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A dainty pair of diamond studs will always stand you in good stead. They’re the perfect accompaniment to almost any outfit — whether you’re dressing up for the evening or want to add a touch of elegance to your work ensemble.

Not everyone can afford diamonds, so cubic zirconia studs are the next best thing. They look almost exactly the same but cost a fraction of the price. If you do want to invest in a pair of diamonds though, this is a jewelry staple that will last you a lifetime.

2. A Pair of Pearl Earrings

Pearl earrings serve the same purpose as diamond studs. They’re versatile and instantly add a touch of elegance to any outfit. They are a good alternative if you want to switch up your everyday jewelry choice, too.

Pearl earrings are about as iconic as you can get. They look great with denim, all-black ensembles, a white blouse, leather jacket and so much more.

3. A Long, Pendant Necklace

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This is yet another classic piece of jewelry that is perfect for dressing up workday attire, or a plain and simple evening dress. The longer the chain is, the bigger the pendant can be. If you choose a shorter chain, try to keep the pendant smaller and simple.

A long, pendant necklace is also the perfect accessory for high-neck blouses and dresses. Pair your pendant necklace with a good pair of jeans, a simple high-neck white tee, and trendy boots, and your look is complete.

4. A Special Occasion Watch

There are some occasions that call for more dressy accessories, and a beautiful watch is a perfect accompaniment for smarter, dressier outfits. A special occasion watch will tie your look together to make you appear all-the-more sophisticated, organized, and confident.

Go for a muted metal, such as rose gold or silver with a mother-of-pearl face. Stay away from cheap-looking yellow gold which could easily tarnish. Don’t overlook wholesale gold jewelry if you’re looking for key pieces. Buying wholesale offers amazing money savings for relatively good value!

5. A Casual Watch

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A casual watch is probably something you’ll wear on a more regular basis and should be comfortable, versatile, and stylish with almost all your day-to-day and evening outfits. Today, there are smartwatches with beautiful faces and straps to match and blend in with your wardrobe. Otherwise, go for a classic leather-strap watch with a white, black, or navy face.

6. A Classic String of Pearls

You can never really go wrong with a simple string of pearls — and no, they won’t make you look ”older” just because your grandmother wears pearls too. A pearl necklace is the epitome of elegance. This jewelry staple can be used to dress up any outfit and can be paired with soft, luscious materials such as silk and cashmere, as well as more hard-wearing materials such as leather. 

A pearl necklace is the perfect accessory to make your outfit look both chic and professional. Wear a pear necklace to a job interview, a graduation ceremony, a wedding, or on your next date night.

7. Stacking Bracelets

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If you’re wearing a detailed outfit and don’t want to over complicate your look with excessive jewelry, then bracelets are your go-to. While bracelets come in all shapes and sizes, stacking bracelets are a versatile addition to your collection.

It’s best to opt for one color or type of metal, such as silver or gold, and build your bracelet collection from there. Otherwise, go for a simple charm bracelet that you can add to over the years. Charm bracelets are a great sentimental piece that can be worn throughout your day-to-day life for a touch of personality.

8. A Statement Piece of Jewelry

Finally, every woman needs one piece of statement jewelry in her collection. This could range from a statement ring, pendant, or gorgeous hoops. This may not be a piece of jewelry you’d wear on an everyday basis, but it’s something you can whip out when the occasion calls for it to make a real statement.

One of the fundamental rules to wearing statement jewelry is to keep the rest of your outfit simple and elegant. Statement hoop earrings pair well with a sleek, well-fitted dress or suit for a wedding. A statement ring could be worn with an elegant evening gown for a special event. Remember that less is more when pairing statement jewelry pieces together, too.

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We hope this blog has inspired you to add to your everyday jewelry collection — whether you own any or all of these pieces already. Is there such a thing as having too much jewelry? We think not!

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