What We’re Wearing: Our 5 Jewelry Favorites for Summer
For summer, we’re all about jewelry that you can play in. We love pieces that look amazing while moving with you through all of your sunny activities. Because we love soaking up that sweet sun, and we hope you do too, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite jewels for the season.
These bangles by BudhaGirl are made to move with you, from the water to outdoor dinner and drinks. Made from flexible, polyvinyl carbonate, these all weather bangles offer a rich, golden glow and we just can’t get enough. Better yet, each gold bangle represents an intention for the day. As you put them on, you are affirming your three intentions in the morning and the thoughts of gratefulness at night. Let this daily routine become a ritual to settle your mind at the beginning and end of each day.
Now is the time for fun earrings to match your mood. We love wearing statement earrings or semi-precious stone post earrings in the summer, like these from Melissa Joy Manning, especially with hair pulled back for a look that feels chic and put-together while being comfy and cool. Win, win!
A sweet necklace that can be worn day-to-night, like this by Jane Hollinger, is the way to go on hot summer days and warm summer nights. We love simple gold chains with colorful accents that can worn alone or layered with other favorites.
A NEWTWIST staple, especially during the summer, are put-on-and-never-take-off ring stacks. Textured metals and hammered details, like these from Victoria Cunningham, add interest, especially when they hit the light while you’re swimming or exploring. We’re all about rings that are not only lovely to look at, but comfortable to wear and durable enough to go places and do things! Bring on sunny bike rides and days at the beach.
We’re firm believers in a Jamie Joseph for every season, and summer is no exception. From watermelon tourmaline and turquoise to Australian jelly opal and amethyst, we’re all for a healthy dose of juicy color.
Explore more of our summertime favorites, here.
Photos by Laura Barton