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The Coolest Jewelry Brands to Add to Your Summer Rotation

From tarnish-free to sustainably designed, we’ve got it all.

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The Coolest Jewelry Brands to Add to Your Summer Rotation

From tarnish-free to sustainably designed, we’ve got it all.

Jewelry is one of those classic staples that possess the power to elevate any outfit, no matter what you’re wearing. Whether it’s huggie hoops, statement earrings or chunky chains that you’re after, we know that flashy accessories add the finishing touch to any look and with an increasingly overwhelming range of brands to choose from, it can be hard to know which ones are worth the investment.

We searched for the coolest jewelry brands to suit every style, from the delicate and dainty to the chunky and chiselled. From the classic and cult-loved Mejuri and Missoma to tarnish-free brands like Hey Harper — our list has got it all. Plus, we’re also spotlighting sustainably sourced labels like Monica Vinader, along with curated vintage sellers like Aurum London and burgeoning designers like Anissa Kermiche and Bleue Burnham.

Scroll down to find out more about our favorite jewelry brands to shop right now — no matter what style you’re after.

A Sinner in Pearls

A Sinner in Pearls was set up by founder Sam Gallagher back in 2020 — offering a selection of pieces crafted with freshwater pearls and precious stones. With a background in menswear styling, Gallagher wanted to see a more contemporary approach to the classic strings of pearls and has since seen his designs worn by the likes of A$AP Rocky and Lewis Hamilton.

Anissa Kermiche

A jewelry designer-turned-boob plate maker, the London-based, Parisian-born artist Anissa Kermiche has become a staple amongst the homes and necks of the UK’s creative community. Though Kermiche has expanded into homeware and design, she began by creating delicate jewelry inspired by the female form.

Melt Jewelry

 

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Founded just after the pandemic, MELT draws inspiration from the complexity and fluidity of the human experience, showcased through its experimentation with form, function and shape. Hoping to change the way that we view the jewelry industry for the better, the brand offers a distinctive range of earrings, rings, pendants and chains, each made from 925 sterling silver and designed to replicate a molten aesthetic, with customizable combinations.

Pandora

 

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The new collection really challenges everything you think you know about Pandora. Forget for a moment their celebrated charm bracelets and instead embrace a new design aesthetic, one which borrows from Nordic design principles. Crafted from sterling silver, 14K gold plating and cultured pearls, the Pandora Essence collection includes round huggies, organically-shaped hoop earings and baroque necklaces. Each effortlessly navigates that fine line between sculptural and highly wearble.

Bleue Burnham

 

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London-based label Bleue Burnham is a fine jewelry brand founded by designer Bleue Wickham-Burnham. Established in 2018, the brand has become synonymous with the fashion crowd, known for its statement rings, bracelets and earrings crafted from a fusion of metals and colorful stones. Its Cottage Garden rings and pendants are among its most popular, along with its Window Box Eternity rings.

Hatton Labs

 

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Created by Jack Cannon and Joe Gelb back in 2019, Hatton Labs began as a way to offer contemporary heritage jewelry to a new audience. Based in London’s oldest jewelry district, the brand offers a selection of pearl necklaces, tennis bracelets and chains utilizing the finest metals.

POCHE

 

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POCHÉ is a playful jewelry brand made for those with a desire to stand out. The hand-finished pieces feature vibrant colorways, fun textures and unique shapes crafted with the aim of injecting a little dopamine into every look. Founded in 2022 by Ukrainian designers Tati and Nadiya, the brand has become famed for its sea-shell shapes, candy rings and mono earrings.

Missoma

 

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London-based demi-fine jewelry brand Missoma offers a range of bracelets, necklaces, earrings, cuffs and rings in a selection of classic shapes and sizes. Bestsellers include the brand’s collaborations with Harris Reed and Lucy Williams, alongside its Claw Huggies, Snake Chain and Interstellar Drop Choker.

Aurum London

 

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Founded in 2020 by ex-Paul Smith accessories buyer Karly Wake, Aurum London seeks to encourage consumers to buy pre-loved and vintage jewelry, hoping to educate them on the importance of recycling gold. As well as offering a curated selection of vintage pieces, the brand also hosts a scrap service, where shoppers can recycle their unwanted gold for something new.

Astrid & Miyu

 

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Jewelry brand Astrid & Miyu specializes in zodiac pendants, stacking rings and chunky pendants, offering a range of chains, rings, necklaces and bracelets in varying metals and stones. Its bestsellers include the Elemental Huggies, Zodiac Giftsets and Cosmic Dome Ring.

Mejuri

 

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Fine jewelry brand Mejuri seeks to redefine the idea of luxury by offering affordable pieces designed in-house. Working with 80% recycled gold, the brand is known for its sustainable bestsellers like its Croissant Dome Earrings, Heirloom Ring and Boyfriend Box Chain Necklace.

Hey Harper

 

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Hey Harper is one of the few jewelry brands that promise a tarnish-free existence. Offering a range of classic styles with a 100% waterproof guarantee, each of the brand’s pieces is made to withstand water, fragrance and even sweat — meaning you can wear them in the shower, the sea and on the hottest days.

Daisy London

 

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Daisy London offers a range of classic and quirky designs, sustainably crafted in the U.K. using recycled materials. Bestsellers include its Estée Lalonde collaboration alongside its Isla Black Mother of Pearl Necklace and Zodiac Necklaces.

Seol + Gold

 

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Seol + Gold gets its name from the Anglo-Saxon word for silver, typically used to describe sterling silver coins. The brand offers a range of styles in 18-carat vermeil and 9-carat gold and offers shoppers the chance to buy online or at its two U.K. locations in London and Brighton. Similarly to Aurum LDN, Seol + Gold offers a small selection of vintage and pre-loved jewelry.

Pilgrim Jewelry

 

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Designed in Denmark, Pilgrim Jewelry draws its inspiration from the idea of travel and new experiences. The family-run company offers a selection of Scandi-inspired designs alongside recycled items. Bestsellers include its Hallie Hoop Earrings, Lulu Recycled Stack Ring and Baker 3-in-1 Necklace Set.

Orelia

 

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Founded after its founders took a life-changing trip to India, Orelia seeks to bridge the gap between high street and high end, offering affordable pockets of luxury for its consumers. The brand’s best-selling pieces include the Chain Huggie Hoops, Interlocking Rings and the innovative Layered Necklace Separator.

Hoops and Chains

Hoops and Chains is a London-based label specializing in playful pieces inspired by London culture. Taking cues from the U.K. rave scene, the brand’s bestsellers include area nameplate necklaces adorned with ‘South London’ and ‘West London’ plus tongue-in-cheek statement rings that say “F-ck You” or “B-tch.” Despite its British beginnings, the brand recently expanded its operations to the U.S. and Europe.

Monica Vinader

Designed with minimalists in mind, Monica Vinader specializes in creating pieces using 100% recycled gold and sterling silver with conflict-free diamonds and natural gemstones. The brand’s best-selling items include its Skinny Knot Ring, Talisman Pendant Necklace and Baroque Pearl Heirloom Huggie Earrings.

Stellar79

Stellar79 is a demi-fine jewelry brand with the aim to empower and uplift women everywhere. The brand offers a range of necklaces, rings, nose studs and earrings, each made from 18-karat gold vermeil and ethically-sourced gemstones. Bestsellers include the Phoenix Ring, Suncatcher Hoops and Diamond Nose Stud.

Daphine

 

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With each piece lovingly designed in London, Daphine offers a range of tennis bracelets, signet rings, huggie hoops and dainty chokers, as well as a curated selection of vintage pieces. The brand’s bestsellers include its collaborative range with former personal shopper Monikh Dale alongside its Oli Hoops and Gisele Ring.

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