A sweatshirt is just a sweatshirt, but with jewelry, it looks more intentional.
I shared a bit about my jewelry journey last week, and that I’m discovering just how big of an impact it can make in my minimal wardrobe.
I don’t really have one jewelry brand that I’m devoted to — I like to try lots of different brands, and one brand I’m excited to try is Quince.
They make a similar necklace to mine that’s half the price — and yet it’s still 14k gold and diamond. The Mejuri diamond pave ring has been on my wish list for quite some time, but Quince makes a ring just like it for a whole lot less.
I still haven’t placed an order with them, but I’m excited to one day soon. From what I hear, the quality is solid.
Have you tried any jewelry from Quince? Let me know in the comments!
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Adidas baseball cap (old) | Similar: Adidas baseball cap & Nike baseball cap
Everlane Organic Cotton Crew Tee
Reformation Classic Crew Sweatshirt | Similar: Reformation Vintage Oversized Sweatshirt and Old Navy Tunic Sweatshirt (under $40)
AGolde Lana Jeans | Similar for less: Abercrombie 90’s Straight Jean
Polene Paris Umi Bag | Similar: Mansur Gavriel Candy Bag & Mango Oval Bag (under $50)
Jenny Bird Silver Tome Medium Hoop Earrings | Also available in gold
Aurate Diamond Bezel Necklace | Similar for less: Quince Diamond Bezel Necklace
James Avery Foxtail Chain | Similar: Mejuri Double Curb Chain
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I haven’t tried Quince’s jewelry but my daughters and I are happy with garments we’ve purchased from there!
My go-to shop for everyday jewelry is Ferkos Fine Jewelry, they have a website as well as an Etsy shop, I believe they’re located in New York. I actually thought about suggesting them when you mentioned looking for an anklet. I’ve had them customize pieces for me and have always had great experience with customer service. I looked to see if they carry the ring you shared, I didn’t see it, but I have seen Jenni Kayne look alikes for a WHOLE lot less!
Oooh thanks for sharing this brand, Kimberly! I hadn’t heard of them before — headed to check them out!
I do love the Quince prices, but I have a cooler skin tone and their gold plating is a lot yellower than Mejuri’s, at least it was on the dome ring I purchased from them, so I prefer Mejuri for gold. However, I do want to try some of Quince’s silver and white gold pieces. If you have a warmer skin tone, maybe you won’t notice or if you prefer yellower gold. Plus, they have a great return policy, so always worth trying. Just yesterday actually, I was debating between purchasing the pearl pendant necklace from Quince or Mejuri because it has been on my wish list forever and Mejuri is discontinuing it. I decided to go with Mejuri even though it was three times as much and that hurt lol.
I’m so glad you shared this, Jessica — it’s so helpful. I also have a cooler skin tone, and prefer silver over gold. I’ll probably steer clear of their gold pieces. Also, glad to hear you’ve had a good experience with returns there!
Yes! I have this necklace and love it! I wear it daily along with the gold bold huggie earrings. Have not had any issues with quality.
Love to hear it, Dawn!
I own many pieces of Quince jewelry and love them all! I found all the pieces are excellent quality. My first purchase was the tiny gold diamond bezel pendant and it’s so cute. Tiny and very sparkly, I wear that one every day.
I have the little diamond studs in my 2nd ear piercing , and the gold Bold Huggie hoops that I swap out my larger diamond studs with when I’m feeling casual.
The Globe Hoop Earrings are a nice way to dress up any outfit.
I really loved the Jenny Bird earrings you’ve been showing-I love the sculptural vibe. I want to nab a pair of those in gold, the U links are so cool too. Trying to decide!
So helpful to know, Cynthia! Yes, the Jenny Bird earrings are so good!
Sarah Berneche says
I haven’t tried Quince for jewelry, but I love Ana Luisa; all pieces now come with a 2-year warranty and their customer service is exceptional. They’re also relatively affordable and carbon-neutral.
I’m not sure what your jewelry situation looks like, but I’ve inherited quite a lot of jewelry over the past ~20 years and much of it isn’t really my style. I’m strongly considering shipping most of it off to a company called Heirloom Revival which takes antique/hand me down/out of date pieces and reworks them into something new. My grandmother was in antiques and specialized in jewelry so when she passed away I ended up with SO MANY things that I just never wear (I’ve learned I’m mostly an earring girl and I’ve got so many necklaces and rings I never touch). You might find value in what this company does if you happen to have any jewelry like this on hand!