Hands down, one of the most frequently asked questions FLOODING my DMs is about all my gold jewelry that I love to stack. Right now, the jewelry trend is definitely more is more, and I am SO not mad about it. I keep most of my jewelry on (minus my rings and hoop earrings) at nighttime, so waking up, I just feel put together and styled. Here’s a breakdown of my most worn pieces and some similar options for you to get the look. I’m also linking my favorite go-to jewelry brands at the bottom of the post for you to peruse!
Gold Choker Herringbone :: This necklace was something I bought on a whim and literally ALL OF YOU ask about it. It’s by the brand Shashi and I wear it every single day, and it’s always the base of my additional layering — literally, any kind of necklace style goes with it and looks so chic on top. And the best part, it doesn’t really tangle since it lays flat and has a bit of weight to it.
Curb Chain Necklace :: One of my newer pieces also by Shashi, I had been on a hunt for this style necklace (and ended up with the matching bracelet as well). Another great layering piece because of the texture and adjustable length.
Coin Pendant :: I always love adding a classic coin pendant in the mix when layering necklaces — it simply does not go out of style and is a piece that looks so gorgeous and feminine on its own. Gorjana makes a ton of different coin pendants with all different styles and symbols, but I love the compass which has such a vintage feel.
Cartier Love Bangle :: Mine is the real deal, a gift from my husband and something I haven’t taken off in over 5 years. These bangles are FOR SURE an investment piece but I love the sentimental meaning behind them and I adore the simplicity of the style that also makes a subtle statement. There are a ton of similar styles now (without the splurge) so I’m linking those below.
Beaded Trio Bracelet :: This was a wedding gift from my husband’s family from Lebanon and I absolutely love it. It’s a delicate style with gold, rose gold and silver beads. I also have a matching choker necklace that I sometimes layer, but the bracelet NEVER comes off. It’s one of my favorite gifts I’ve ever received.
Beaded Stretch Bracelets :: These are from Coco Lily, a small boutique in Avon, CT, but you can find similar styles all over the place now. I ended up going with two different sizes to make my bracelet stack more interesting.
Gemstone Calming Bracelet :: Another piece by Gorjana, I went with Howlite and Gold for the details here (you can select from a ton of options). Howlite is a calming stone for tranquility and awareness — I love that it also adds a more casual vibe to my bracelet stack with the cord.
Curb Chain Bracelet :: I love the necklace so much I ended up with the bracelet as well. I love the texture this adds to my bracelet stack.
Engagement Ring/Wedding Band :: I get asked for details about these ALL THE TIME. My engagement ring was designed my husband and is so simple yet very elegant, and no detail was missed. It consists of a thin, tapered gold band (it starts thin around the diamond and subtly tapers out). The diamond is a solitaire with 4 white gold prongs (a detail that makes the ring a bit more modern, as it allows the diamond to really pop without yellowing it with gold prongs). My wedding ring is a gold channel pavé eternity style (so the diamonds go all the way around). I cannot believe we’re coming up on our 5 year wedding anniversary next month — I am still every bit in love with my rings as the day I got them,
Cartier Love Ring :: My wedding gift from my husband, it matches his wedding ring. I wear it on the ring finger of my right hand.
Signet Ring :: I wear this one on my middle finger on my left hand, it’s engraved with a M, for Mischa.
Script Ring :: I wear this on my pointer finger on my right hand, it says Raj in cursive with a heart on the end.
Double T Ring :: I’ve had my heart set on the Tiffany T ring for a few years now — T for our last name Tarabishy, I think it would be so cool! I sometimes like to try out similar styles before I invest, so I grabbed this really similar style off of Amazon and have worn it on and off on my thumb for the last few months!
Gold Hoops :: These are a thick medium style I wear in my first ear holes, made by Shashi. They are perfect for every single day and can be dressed up or down (and I wear them a ton). When I want something more simple, I sub in my gold diamond studs my parents got me for my 30th birthday.
Gold Huggies :: In my second and third ear holes, I have these Shashi huggies that always stay in (I sleep and shower with them and they don’t bother me).
Ear Cuff :: I love the ear cuff style, perfect since I don’t want to deal with another piercing! I have this simple gold and faux diamond style, but linked a few other fun styles below!
Cartilage Stud :: I have one piercing in my upper ear and love wearing this simple gold diamond stud.