As we start the new year, its time to clean out our closet and jewelry boxes. Invest in pieces that you love and will wear. Like the classic black pump, every woman should have classic pieces in their jewelry wardrobe. When building a jewelry wardrobe, its important that you choose pieces that are versatile and can be worn for multiple occasions. We break down the 5 key pieces that will take you from your son or daughter’s soccer game to a black tie event. Read on for our top 5 jewelry wardrobe must-haves.
The Diamond Stud Earring
Diamond stud earrings are a classic that you can wear during the day with jeans and a tee or to a black tie event. This earring is on our list as the most versatile piece of jewelry a woman can own. Whether you favor the classic round diamond or opt for a modern square-cut like the princess shaped diamond, studs are a must-have.
The Classic Watch
A classic watch is an investment, however, its something that can be worn for a lifetime. When shopping for a classic timepiece, choose a watch that’s entirely you. With options in stainless steel, white, yellow and rose gold, you’ll have an abundance of styles to choose from.
The Statement Ring
A colorful statement ring will add that wow factor to any outfit. Don’t be afraid to go with something bold that is a real stand-out. The right statement ring can elevate your look from drab to fab!
The Bangle Bracelet
Step out in a stylish bangle bracelet that will be your go-to piece all week from Monday through Sunday! Great for stacking with your other bracelets, a classic bangle is something you’ll reach for everyday.
The Long Necklace
A long necklace is a great piece to add to your jewelry box. This type of necklace can be worn long or short for multiple looks. We love the flexibility a long necklace gives and that’s why it’s on our list as a must-have for your jewelry wardrobe.
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