EVERYDAY MINIMAL GOLD JEWELRY

My favorite way to dress up my everyday outfits is with dainty gold jewelry. Since finding high-quality jewelry that is still affordable isn’t always the easiest, rounding up some of my favorite pieces today. They are simple but definitely staples. Since I’ve received a number of messages asking where these pieces are from, sharing all of the details with you today.

I have two main rings that I’m wearing constantly on repeat. This one is under $50 and is perfect if you are looking for something that is more than a plain gold band but still super simple. If you’re looking for a ring that is a little more than simple, I’m loving this option. It is also under $50 and has a chic, shell-inspired design.

Earrings are probably my favorite type of jewelry throughout quarantine because they’re such an easy way to amp up any look for the zooms. If you’re like me (with several ear piercings) then you can mix and match multiple earrings at once. I bought this pair right before COVID hit and I’ve barely taken them off all quarantine long. The quality is amazing and I love the dangling chain. Sharing a few close-up shots of these earrings below.

I’m also wearing these simple huggies almost daily. I often pair them with this earring cuff which adds extra edge to any outfit. But, if you ultimately just want a basic but stunning hoop design, I highly recommend this pair.

When it comes to necklaces, wearing simple chains and layering away is my go-to. This figaro chain is my favorite chain necklace of the moment. It’s not too bulky or too dainty so it’s the perfect everyday piece! If you’re in the market for a chain with a little more to it, you can’t go wrong with this one. If you want a little more shine – this CZ studded one is GORG.

Sharing a few photos of me wearing some of these gold jewelry pieces below (and more here)! LA Mom and Style Blogger, RELish By Arielle shares gold dainty jewelry for everydayLos Angeles mommy blogger, RELish By Arielle, wears Chicwish wide leg jeansPhotography: Azusa Takano

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