It's not always practical to invest in dramatic, expensive baubles, but with the statement-making bijoux trend heating up, it can be an urge that's hard to resist. Luckily, designers like innovative Londoner Mawi Keivom are making it possible to make an impact with your jewelry without making an impact on your wallet. Her bright, slightly skewed pieces have a vintage vibe that makes it feel like you're playing dress-up in your grandma's jewels… if your grandma is Jane Jetson.
The plunging rectangular link necklace ($373, was $745) is a study in glam asymmetry, with a single fuchsia bit catching the eye and throwing things off balance (beautifully, of course!) Faceted smokey quartz, amethyst, and citrine beads add a delicate touch to masculine chain strand that hangs at a low-swinging 23 inches.
The bright violet stones on Mawi's triple strand bracelet ($185, was $370) pop amongst pearly acrylic, gray-brown quartz, and lovely beige-y crystals. Use this bangle to give an artsy edge to your LBD, or to dress up jeans and a fitted tee.
Acrylic: bad for fingernails, great for edgy chandelier earrings. The taupe acrylic rectangles on these droplet earrings ($80, were $160) are in contemporary contrast with the opulent canary yellow and magenta stones encircled by tiny pavé-style crystals. Traditional chandeliers get a modern, minimalist twist in this chic and sophisticated pair.
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