Stella & Dot is easily one of my favorite jewelry shops. They’re jewelry is amazing quality (many times handcrafted), and they’re always coming out with unique and gorgeous designs that you just can’t find anywhere else. Their natural stone necklaces and cuff bracelets, for example, are not only stunning but also edgy (and definitely my biggest weakness)! Speaking of which, here are five of my current favorites from Stella & Dot – from minimal druzy earrings to mixed-metal leather wrap bracelets.
Nova Quartz Necklace | Rebel Cluster Necklace
If you’re like me and love natural elements in your jewelry, Stella & Dot has some amazing stone pendant necklaces, like the Nova Quartz Necklace shown here. It features a semi-precious tourmaline quartz pendant on a delicate gold chain. (The Nova Necklace is now sold out, but here are a few similar necklaces: Spear Stone Pendant Necklace, Legend Pendant Necklace, Triangle Stone Pendant.)
I’m loving the layered look, so I’ve combined the Nova Necklace with the Rebel Cluster Necklace, which actually includes two necklaces that can be worn together or alone. The gold version, for example, features a cluster of shiny gold and semi-precious clear crackled quartz fragments on one chain, while the shorter chain features pavé bar that reverses from sparkle to solid gold.
The Stella & Dot Gilded Path Wrap Bracelet is an edgy double-wrap leather bracelet that features a shiny gunmetal arrow motif on one layer, and mixed metal beading on the other. It looks beautiful worn alone or layered with other bracelets. I’ve paired mine with the Addison Cuff, which is another gorgeous bracelet that features leather on the inside and a perforated shiny gold cuff on the outside. Both bracelets can be adjusted to fit small to large wrists.
And finally – earrings! Here I’m wearing Stella & Dot’s Relic Studs. They feature a simulated druzy stone on a hematite plated post. If you love edgy, minimal studs, these are a must have! They’re extremely lightweight, and pair well with both silver and hematite jewelry.
Big thank you to Stella & Dot for sending me these pieces to review. As always, all thoughts and opinion are my own. Post contains affiliate links – they do not affect the price of the items, and all commissions go to support this blog.