Under the Radar Jewelry Brands to Know

By: Colby Shulick

Finding new jewelry brands can be a difficult thing.  We usually just rely on trends we see or the brands we grew up knowing. Some of the pieces passed down from our parents can be hard to wear in our everyday look. The jewelry world is becoming more of a trend and there are so many unknown lines that are truly amazing.

After researching, I found a bunch of lines that were both affordable and trendy. Each collection offers something different but they all still have that classy look to them.  Some of the pieces are more showy than others, but they are all amazing pieces.  Here is a list of who we’re calling the next big thing.

  1. Cold Picnicthis line has items from mismatched earrings to cutout rings that speak to the designer’s style. This line is full of creativity and has a custom feel.
  2. Faris: Designed by Faris Du Graf, this line offers unique geometric designs. Every handmade piece stands out in it’s own way. From fringe to ring sculptures, this collection is definitely one to check out.
  3. Highlow: This collection is focused on cool, art-focused jewelry. Designed by Sonya Gallardo, she evolved this collection from experimentation. She uses simple designs and expands it into a cool shape.
  4. Hortense: This line has so much fun and detail into each piece. From flirty rings to paper clip inspired earrings, this collection is the answer to a modern girl’s wardrobe.
  5. Hannah: Inspired from the 70’s, these mood rings are the perfect trend piece to add with a pair of flare jeans. Each ring is handcrafted and different in it’s own way.
  6. Still House: This line uses geometric shapes and cuts that help its pieces stand out from the crowd. There are small details added to each design which makes each piece so unique.

All of these lines are very underrated but have the potential to become something huge. Each collection is so different and unique and I would definitely recommend checking them out.

 

 

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colbyshulick

Founded in 2017 by Colby Shulick, HeWoreWhat covers the stuff college guys really want to know about – clothes. Okay, not all men, and not all college guys care about how they look. Most just roll out of bed and find whatever is clean and throw it on. But then there are some who enjoy fashion. If this sounds like you, you’re in the right place. Growing up with both parents in the fashion industry, and now a design and merchandising major, I created HeWoreWhat as a way to provide college men with the newest and hottest trends, fashion advice, and men’s style information. This blog offers honest and relatable content for any college guy interested in fashion. I started HeWoreWhat because I believe that style is more than what clothes you wear. Style is more than the simple jeans and t-shirt you throw on. Style is about you, your interests, your pursuits. I love fashion. More importantly, I love clothes and how an outfit can really define and describe you. All you guys out there must be thinking, am I really going to take fashion advice from a girl? If it had to be any girl, it should be me. The girl who lives and breathes fashion, the girl who scrolls through fashion blogs instead of Instagram, and the girl who wanted to create a place for college men to truly appreciate fashion. I want HeWoreWhat to be the thing you read when you wake up and the thing you read before you go to sleep. I want it to be a guide for all the college guys out there who want to know the newest trend and the biggest sale going on. I want it to be something that you can love and trust. So keep on reading and give me a chance…

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