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Missoma Jewelry

2 years ago by

Missoma Jewelry

I’m not the biggest jewelry changer-upper.

Don’t get me wrong. I LOVE jewelry. I just tend to be the type of person who finds my favorite pieces and sticks to them, going so far as to sleep and shower in my regular pieces.

That’s why I was thrilled to be introduced to cult-favorite jewelry brand, Missoma. Their pieces are made for living in and layer seamlessly with your existing go-to’s. Made from 18ct gold plating and gold vermeil, the pieces look and feel luxurious without the steep price-point you’d expect. Most pieces are around the $100 range.

I especially love their gold chain necklaces and bracelets. And their fun variations on hoop earrings and colored gemstones. The pieces I haven’t been able to take off are: this chain bracelet and these eclectic hoops. I also love the way Founder & Creative Director, Marisa Hordern, approaches trends with an eye towards the classic–meaning each piece feels fresh and of-the-moment, while still remaining timeless.

Missoma’s pieces make the perfect addition to any jewelry box. And, because of that hot hot price-point, they also make for perfect gifts. I know what I’m getting all my girlfriends for their birthdays this year.

Click here to sign up for exclusive early access to Missoma’s latest collection (a collab with Lucy Williams, inspired by her birth-year, 1987). Shop their other collections here and follow along with them on Instagram here!

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