10 swoon-worthy jewelry gifts to bring sparkle and joy
After the year we’ve been through, we all deserve a little extra sparkle and joy in our lives. And with the holiday season just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to show the special people on your list how much you appreciate them with a gorgeous piece of jewelry to add to their collections.
Like fragrances, jewelry can be a bit personal, but these are tried-and-true gift categories for a reason — they make everyone feel spoiled. And while you can’t go wrong with classics like a pair of diamond studs, there’s more out there to consider: We’ve rounded up 10 not-so-basic jewelry gifts to uplift their spirits (and/or for you to show off at your next holiday party).
Mejuri x Sarah Harris earrings, $230, mejuri.com
From Canadian brand Mejuri’s second partnership with British fashion editor Sarah Harris, these two-tone drop earrings are a great gift for the cool girls on your list. Bonus: They can also be transformed into huggies with the removable lower loop.
Alison Lou bracelet, $2,083, farfetch.com
Say what’s on your mind with this red heart emoji and diamond Love U bracelet.
Anita Ko earrings, $4,418, anitako.com
ICYMI: Colourful jewelry is very much a thing right now.
Beaufille earrings, $335, beaufille.com
Easy to dress up or down, these pearl cluster earrings by Canadian designers Beaufille are both versatile and statement-making.
Jenny Bird ear cuffs, $105, jenny-bird.ca
For the bestie who’s still contemplating that cartilage piercing: Give them this mixed-metal cuff set from Canadian jeweller Jenny Bird, so they can create a stylish ear party without the commitment.
Mizuki anklet, $630, matchesfashion.com
If they already have a gajillion earrings, bracelets, necklaces and rings, give them a pearl-adorned anklet that elegantly evokes vacation vibes.
David Yurman bracelet, $5,050, davidyurman.com
The colourful turquoise gems adorning this David Yurman silver cable bracelet give an iconic piece a fresh twist.
Ashley Zhang necklace, $1,879, ashleyzhangjewelry.com
Because diamonds (plural) are never a bad idea.