Caught the Lady's Eye: The Jewelry Edition

As obsessed as we are with great clothing around here (and yes, that would be quite obsessed), our love for all things stylish and supremely wearable extends well beyond apparel. Maybe it’s because we’re fixated on finding the perfect finishing touches to accent our new fall pieces, or maybe it’s because we’re shameless shopping addicts, but lately we can’t stop noticing - and coveting - amazing jewelry.

Not surprisingly, we like our jewelry like we like our clothes: easy to wear day-in and day-out, thoughtfully designed with a refined-yet-familiar vibe, and of course, made right here in the good ol' USA. With so many talented artisans turning out interesting, beautiful pieces these days, we wanted to highlight a few favorites that caught our eye.

Hannah Ferrara of Another Feather out of Portland has the minimalist thing nailed. She describes her wares as “jewelry for the non-jewelry wearer.” We describe it as jewelry that both blends in and stands out, in the best possible way.

photos courtesy of: Another Feather

 

Caitlin Mociun’s line out of Brooklyn, Mociun, is the perfect balance of a little quirky and a lot wearable. We could live in her non-matching studs, and love the idea of a hint of turquoise against indigo.

photos courtesy of: Mociun 

 

Kathryn Bentley’s LA-based label, Dream Collective, is our go-to for great design at a range of price points. We’re obsessed with her under-$100 offerings, like the arch band, and aspire to shop her delicate self-titled line, full of interesting stones like tanzanite, tourmaline, and emerald green opal.

photos courtesy of: Dream Collective

 

Local gal Jess Hannah’s line, J. Hannah, is, in a word, perfect. She aspires to “create jewelry for how it should be worn - never taken off.” We couldn’t agree more, and would love to never take off everything she makes.

photos courtesy of: J.Hannah 

 

Of course, we can't end this list without a nod to Taylor Stitch alum Kate Jones’ line, Ursa Major. Her taste is pretty impeccable, if we do say so ourselves, and we're forever smitten with her everyday-with-a-twist pieces.

photos courtesy of: Ursa Major


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