It’s been around for a while but it’s been trending heavy since earlier this year. Minimalist jewelry has been seen with popular bloggers, fast-fashion retailers, celebrities and even high-end department stores. Our jewelry pieces in our collections are carefully selected and acquired from around the globe. They must have a chic and understated elegance that achieves the ultimate goal – to accentuate the beauty of the wearer, not overpower it. Here at Kristo we embody a “less is more” approach and now, the rest of the fashion world does as well.
More often now the chicest option is the bare minimum. Minimalist jewelry, also known as “barely there jewelry,” is now trending, affordable and easy to find. The minimalist style is readily available in every type of jewelry. You can find rings, bracelets, necklaces, chokers, cuffs, earrings and jewelry sets, all in a simple yet stylish form. If you’re new to minimalist jewelry, your initial reaction may be that it’s boring or too simple. Really, it gives you a classic and put-together look. The simple, delicate nature of these jewelry pieces allow you to create effortless looks that aren’t going to take away from your natural beauty.
Why is this type of jewelry trending? Simple answer for simple jewelry – because it’s awesome. These pieces enhance the natural beauty of the wearer. They’re flirty, delicate and dainty. It can add subtle sex appeal while remaining classy. You can easily pair minimalist jewelry pieces together to “build” looks. Your look can take less thought, be low maintenance and still rock. They flawlessly integrate into your daily routines and personal style. Minimalist jewelry pieces are extremely versatile and can seamlessly take you from a day at work to a night out.
We could go on and on about how fantastic this jewelry trend and the minimalist pieces it involves are. To keep it short, you can find smart and creative ways to wear these jewelry pieces. Minimalist isn’t always just small and simple either. It can be pieces that are sleek, clean-lined and geometric. The main thing is, they are not overloaded. There isn’t a great amount of detail. There isn’t a bunch of crystals or sparkles. There aren’t any bright and bold colors. No, the main objective of minimalist jewelry is to showcase the wearer. By all means pair pieces together. You can absolutely have a “ring party” and still be minimalist about it. Layer dainty necklaces together for a fun, bolder look without the weight and overbearing look of bib necklaces. We would love to see how you rock minimalist jewelry!