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Buy some simple jewelry at Need Supply Co. and then feel free to go crazy with the rest of your outfit: patterns and prints galore! It's a nice contrast.
Prices range from $13 to $450.
If you're looking to buy some simple jewelry for a very small amount of money, H&M is the place to go.
Prices range from $4 to $25.
These delicate and twinkly pieces both cost less than $50, but you can just go ahead and pretend the "diamonds" are real.
Prices range from $8 to $440.
If you consider yourself a tomboy, Wildfang will be your new favorite place to shop for clothing and accessories.
Prices range from $20 to $120.
Like bangles? The selection at Alexis Bittar will have your wrists click-clacking away in no time.
Prices range from $70 to $425.
Shopping at Asos can be a slog: There's just so much stuff! But it's worth scrolling through page after page of accessories to find some great deals on stylish pieces of jewelry like the earrings and necklace above.
Prices range from $5 to $208.
7. Of A Kind
Everything at Of A Kind is a limited edition, so this is the place to go when you want your jewelry to be minimalistic *and* unique.
Prices range from $65 to $390.
Tobi offers jewelry in a wide variety of styles... but if you're in the market for something delicate, you'll be sure to find something elegant and light in their pages (like the options seen above).
Prices range from $2 to $128.
9. Steven Alan
Have a "classic" sense of style and some money to spare? Go here. You'll be happy.
Prices range from $18 to $1000+.
Creations by a pair of designers (Jérôme Collet and Fernanda Lemme) who truly believe that "less is more." Both of the earrings you see above are from their "Les Géométriques" collection.
Prices range from $35 to $145.
11. Leetie Lovendale
Bright, inexpensive jewelry made from lucite that was salvaged from a defunct manufacturing company.
Prices range from $5 to $160.
Cassie (Clementine's owner) spent her childhood collecting rocks and she continues to collect them as an adult — she makes those rocks into delicate pieces of jewelry for you to purchase from her shop.
Prices range from $10 to $720.
All handmade pieces from a shop in Paris, Goutte De Terre means "Drop of Earth".
Prices range from $22 to $180.
15. Isla Clay
Ceramic jewelry hand-formed and hand-glazed in Martina Zalig's Glasgow studio. If you don't like earrings that dangle, you'll be psyched to see her large selection of studs.
Prices range from $17 to $116.
16. SD Marie Jewelry
A handmade (and simple) way to bedeck your neck with your initials.
Prices range from $16 to $145.
17. Lucie Ellen
Lucie Beeston spends her days experimenting with wood and paper in her East London studio. The results of her experiments are bright, lightweight pieces of jewelry that would look awesome gracing your ears, wrists, or neck.
Prices range from $11 to $38.
18. Shlomit Ofir
In the hundreds of items in Shlomit Ofir's shop you'll find pieces to suit every taste: from the intricate to the geometric.
Prices range from $21 to $91.
19. Ditty Drops
Little "drops" of color and sparkle for your ears.
Prices range from $12 to $38.
20. Sew A Song
There's bound to be a necklace or bracelet you'd love to add to your collection in the Barcelona-based Sew A Song shop.
Prices range from $22 to $50.
21. Young Frankk
"Understated yet unique" jewelry handmade by designer Christine Young.
Prices range from $52 to $136.
22. By Boe
Stars, hearts, bows, letters: What shape do you want your jewelry in?
Prices range from $20 to $150.
Treat yourself to a piece of Minoux's "minimalist chic" jewelry. You'll be tempted to get a ring for every single finger.
Prices range from $48 to $292.
24. Betsy + Iya
Enjoying minimalist jewelry doesn't mean you don't enjoy a bit of color (like these designs from Portland, Oregon's Betsy + Iya).
Prices range from $18 to $169.
25. & Other Stories
& Other Stories (owned by the same company that owns H&M) offers jewelry at a slightly higher price point than its sister store, but the quality is higher as well.
Prices range from $11 to $120.
Jeans aren't the only things that Madewell makes well: Check out its jewelry selection (and watch out for its frequent sales for even better deals).
Prices range from $10 to $80.
The jewelry selection at this Brooklyn-based retailer has *just* enough sparkle.
Prices range from $20 to $288.