Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Fall Accessory Crush: Monica Vinader

Lately, I have been absolutely crushing on gold jewelry, something that never goes out of style. Elegant, refined, and the perfect accessories, I’ve found these pieces to be absolutely timeless. Whether I’m dressed to the nines or going for a more slouchy look I will always be wearing my jewelry.

I have recently been loving these pieces from Monica Vinader and let me tell you.. this is no ordinary jewelry brand! Monica Vinader uses recycled gold vermeil + sterling silver to create their handcrafted pieces, which reduces the CO2 emissions of the process by over 60%. They are also members of the Responsible Jewellery Council, meaning they practice + preach fair and equal human labor rights to create a more responsible and sustainable supply chain. The best part? Vermeil is a blend of high quality, precious metal, without the sky-high price tag. Monica Vinader uses a sterling silver base with a thick layer of 18ct gold layered on top to get the best looking gold jewelry for a pretty great price.

When you feel good about where you’re buying from, the pieces really stand out in your jewelry box. I am so excited to partner with Monica Vinader to create a curated collection on their site with my favorite pieces for Fall! I am so happy to be sharing this brand with you all, I think you’ll love the designs and I can assure you they look great on! 

I just love wearing gold in the fall because it matches the changing leaves and also brings some warmer colors to the colder days. Current faves have to be the Doina Heirloom Necklace and the Disco Hoops, all sizes! I've never styled my earrings like this before with the cascading sizes of hoops but I definitely will be doing this again (and again). 

You can check out the collection here!  And even better, I scored an exclusive 20% off code for you! Enter TEZZA20 at check out 💖

Sending warm wishes for fall,

*You can read more about Monica Vinader’s pledge to sustainability here.



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