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A Worthy Investment: Edgy Jewelry


I am a huge accessories fiend, an obsession that has piqued recently on account of a resolution to stop making unnecessary purchases and work with what I already have. Accessories are a fantastic way to spice up even the most basic pieces and can help you create the exact vibe you’re going for- edgy, boho, preppy, no matter what look you crave, there’s an accessory to help you get there.

The edgy/femme contrast was a huge trend for spring as seen on the runways of Louis Vuitton, Thakoon, Matthew Williamson, Julie Haus, and more. I love mixing edgy pieces into my daily looks, even the most seemingly quiet and subdued, to achieve this look- it really is amazing to consider the significant impact something as simple as a leather cuff or a rock-inspired cocktail ring can yield on an outfit. With a major glamour goth trend on the horizon for Fall 2009, I think it’s definitely time to start investing in some edgy pieces.

Check out 10 must-have edgy pieces after the jump!

Simply Vera Vera Wang Jet-Tone Beaded Multistrand Necklace, Was: $42; NOW: $16.80. I’ll wear this with a tee-shirt and sharp blazer to bring a bit of an edge to a sharp street-chic style.
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Dannijo Marilla Stud Cuff, $348. This studded cuff will take you to rocker-chic territory in no time.
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Urban Outfitters Leather Studded Wrap Bracelets, $20. A surefire way to get in touch with your inner rocker-chick.
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Juicy Couture Giant Dirty Drama Ring, $128. A bold cocktail ring will inject the perfect dose of edgy-glam to any look.
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T. Cyia Multi-Chain Bracelet, $275. A fabulous alternative to stacks of bangles to glam up any look.
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Victorian Hippie Black Pearl Multi Strand Leather Necklace, $318. A totally cutting-edge take on pretty pearls.
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House of Harlow Black Leather Ring, $70. The perfect finishing touch for a refined, edgy-chic look.
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Kenneth Jay Lane Disco Gypsy Earrings, $120. Give your look a fantastic mod-edge with these fashion-forward earrings.
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Bing Bang Gunmetal ‘Rosary’ Chain Link Bracelet, $117. An incredible piece that can give even the sweetest ensemble a don’t-mess edge.
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Tuleste Market Tiered Hexagon Chain Necklace, $145. The chicest way to do heavy metal!
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Tess

I luv the idea of the edgy jewelries; how about creating too for hiking or sports jewelries?

So far, am loving your website.

Reply July 8, 2011, 10:57 am

Carolyn Barnett

I want it! I love it all. We should support them!

Reply January 3, 2010, 9:28 am

Sasha K.

Love that House of Harlow leather ring.

Reply August 26, 2009, 3:33 pm

Monica

Great editing, love the styles. Gemma Redux is another designer I like, edgy necks and bracelets that still manage to be pretty. Looking forward to Fall!

Reply July 24, 2009, 5:33 pm

candice

Totally Brill love them all oh nad that Vera Wang hello steal of a deal!

Reply June 22, 2009, 10:35 am

Anthony Tammaro

Yes it is a worthy investment. And you should also support independent artists as well. Sorry I always need to plug myself and my people.
Thanks,
Anthony

Reply May 10, 2009, 2:39 pm

Jackie L

I LOVE ALL OF THESE!! So stunning and totally my style!

Reply April 29, 2009, 10:55 am

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