You are
The Minimalist

Jewelry is all about versatility for you!
You collect fewer, finer pieces that add a modest level of shine to every look without drawing too much attention.


You’re pretty interested in fashion and find that minimalist pieces let your outfits do the talking. Like chocolate sauce on ice cream, you like your jewelry to give your look a little something extra but not take away from it.


Whether you’re at the beach or in the office, you like to feel put together and elegant with a tiny glint of gold or silver or a dainty sparkle from diamond accents. You definitely don’t want your accessories to come off showy or attention-seeking, preferring instead that your jewelry feel understated and demure.


You find styling easy because you typically wear the same pieces every day! A couple stackable rings, a sweet pendant necklace, and petite studs are your jam. And you cap your accessories at about five at a time. However, you do have one or two bolder statement pieces in your jewelry box that you save for special occasions. You have fun pulling those out from time to time and deciding what to pair with them.


You don’t jewelry shop too often since you wear most of your collection at once. But when you do, you seek out pieces that could go with anything and be right for any occasion.

“For the lover of minimalism, I chose a few dainty pieces I thought you might enjoy. Some feature diamonds, some give off a whimsical air, but all can be worn daily and go with anything.”

– Corey Egan, Founder & Designer

Styling Tips for the Minimalist

You love the simple, understated nature of your jewelry collection, but every once in a while, you feel like shaking things up. With that in mind, I put together a few styling tips below catered to The Minimalist in you.

My hope is that these suggestions inspire you to experiment with your accessories in new ways. If you discover a gorgeous jewelry combination you might not have tried otherwise, that would be a complete win!


You can keep your accessories looking balanced and interesting by paying attention to the size of each piece and its relationship to others. For instance, pairing a chunky cuff bracelet with a dainty pendant necklace can create a pleasant visual harmony. You can even do this with the same category of jewelry, like wearing a thin, stackable ring on your middle finger and an oversized gemstone cocktail ring on your pointer. Think of yourself as an architect or painter as you play with the proportion and scale of your jewelry.

Play with Scale


The rule of sticking to all gold or all silver jewelry is no more. And thank goodness! It was too restricting. Now, you can mix metals all over the place. Think: a gold pendant on a silver chain, a ring stack featuring yellow and rose gold, or a wrist full of silver bracelets next to a scattering of gold and silver rings. You’ll find that the metal-pairing options are endless and so much fun to explore.

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Cater to your Clothing

It’s all about the neckline! Choosing the right necklace(s) for your outfit starts with the top of your top. Is it a scoop neck? Go for a minimalist chain, statement chain, or bar necklace. Slipped on a v-neck? Select a pendant or lariat necklace. With these necklines, you can think of the fabric as a frame for your necklace, paralleling its shape with a couple inches of breathing room. Finally, if you’re wearing a boat or crew neckline, you can choose any style of necklace, but a good portion of the piece should lay on top of the fabric, so it doesn’t get hidden.

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