It's a myth that celebrities only wear wildly expensive jewelry that practically requires its own bodyguard. We do a lot of investigation into the brands that celebs do wear and can confirm that their jewelry preferences are all over the map. Jewelry is a very personal thing, but in spite of that, we see a lot of similarities when it comes to the brands they choose to wear.
You may have noticed that fun, colorful jewelry, vintage styles, and bold gold pieces are the norm right now. We found seven of the brands that jewelry-loving celebs (e.g., Hailey Bieber and Dua Lipa) swear by for these trends and many others. As far as pricing goes, they're not going to break the bank, but they are going to make your jewelry box a happier, more beautiful place.
Read on to shop the jewelry brands cool celebs rely on for their trendy everyday jewelry.
If Dua Lipa doesn't make you want to buy jewelry, I'm not sure who will. One of the brands she's most fond of these days is Bea Bongiasca. The Italy-based brand's playful rings, necklaces, and earrings are so colorful and unique that you'll lose track of how many compliments you get.
Mateo, a buzzy New York–based fine-jewelry brand makes pieces that are as suitable for the grocery store as they are the red carpet. The brand's cool initial pieces are a celebrity favorite (Zendaya included).
If you see a celebrity in a pair of hoops at any point, there's a good chance that they're by Jennifer Fisher. Simple and modern, her designs go with everything and work for any occasion—hence their popularity.
Ayesha Curry and Hailey Bieber are just two of the celebs in the know about Kinn. The brand makes classic versions of all the trends. So if you buy a Kinn piece, you can rest assured that you're investing in a forever piece.
If you're someone with a penchant for piercings, you're probably familiar with Maria Tash. She designs fine jewelry for every part of the ear, and celebrities like Ashley Graham are practically Maria Tash collectors. An ear full of her baubles is goals.
Hailey Bieber wears Fallon pieces so often that they even have a necklace named after her. (It's a herringbone chain necklace that she wears with everything from bikinis to gowns.) The NYC-based brand's edgy pieces are a wallet-friendly way to get in on all the trends.