You'll Love These Minimalist Jewellery Brands | Clozette


While maximalism is undoubtedly on the rise, we can't help but fall back in love with ever-elegant minimalist designs from time to time. There's just nothing that can ever beat the versatility of minimalist jewellery. Whether you're wearing a casual ensemble or a glam ballgown, a piece of barely-there dainty jewellery will complement the look. You can even build a new look by layering several minimalist pieces. If you love minimalist accessories as much as we do, then you should bookmark these cool brands that offer the best minimal designs with maximum stylishness.


Diamanti Per Tutti



Based in Antwerp (the diamond capital of the world), this Belgian brand aims to make diamonds fun and accessible to everyone. Their timeless and minimalist designs featuring real and ethically sourced diamonds have become rapidly popular among style enthusiasts that seven years after its launch, they now have homes outside Belgium, including in East (Hongkong and Shanghai) and Southeast Asia (Singapore). From sophisticated earrings to elegant necklaces, you'll surely find something to covet from their various collections. Right on time for Valentine's Day, they've released their Attraction collection, inspired by the power of attraction between two lovers.


ERTH



Founded by Australian supermodel and entrepreneur Nicole Trufino, ERTH is all about sophisticated simplicity with an emphasis on showcasing precious stones. The brand is very popular among fashion insiders like Monica Rose, Gigi Hadid and Elizabeth Sulcer. Because of its consistency in style and premium quality, it's now known worldwide as the go-to brand for unique chic pieces. As of now, they don't have a brick and mortar store yet but you can order pieces from their online store


Sophie Buhai



Believe us when we say that it's possible to look bold while wearing minimal yet remarkable designs. Just look at Sophie Buhai's eye-catching pieces that are inspired by sculptural silhouettes. Each piece from the brand is made by hand using recycled metals. These seasonless designs will surely be a staple in your jewellery collection. 


Wanderlust + Co



If you love art deco designs but find it to be a bit too loud for everyday wear, you can instead opt for minimalist geometric accessories. Explore Wanderlust + Co's latest charm collection, which showcases petite geometrical jewellery. The 37-piece collection is 14K gold plated — a subtle shade of champagne gold that has been customised to suit every skin tone. Just pick which charms speak to you and you can customise your very own piece.



Monica Vinader



Going for a sleek and timeless look? You'll never go wrong with a Monica Vinader piece. From stunning triple rings to pretty drop earrings, this celebrity-favourite jewellery brand offers endless variations of demi-fine minimalist designs. We're sure you'll have a hard time choosing which piece to get because you'd want to take them all home.


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Unlike jewellery and sunglasses, hats are one of those accessories that's not commonly worn by the average gal. We get it, they're not exactly portable and can become a hassle to carry. Plus, it can easily overshadow an outfit with its big rims and flamboyant designs. But in some cases, a trendy hat can totally upgrade your look like no other. Think about a pretty sun hat paired with a flowy maxi or a beret with a chic ensemble. If you've been wanting to incorporate hats into your outfit but are not sure what to match it with, just keep scrolling and see how members of the Clozette Community wear various trendy hats for some style guidance.


Fab fedora


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Beautiful beret


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Golden hour


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