Supreme / Chained + Able

Jewelry is a crucial style element that can be accrued over a lifetime, but knowing where to start is tricky until you find the right materials and designs to suit you.

To ease you in, we’ve picked a a full range from gold/silver to affordable/high-end, that are bound to elevate any personal style to the next level.

For necklaces, there’s a twisted rope option from Urban Outfitters, or an elegant swallow pendant in silver from Belgian designer Dries Van Noten. For rings, peep the iced out Wu-Tang Clan ring or pledge your allegiance to high fashion with the three logo rings from Versace in gold, and Gucci and Maison Margiela in silver.

Check out the rest in the list below.

Twisted Rope Chain

KING ICE

$45
Buy at Urban Outfitters

Tropical Heat Necklace

R by Ariel Neman

$76
Buy at Urban Outfitters

Ring

King Ice x Wu-Tang Clan

$70
Buy at Urban Outfitters

Old English Sovereign Ring

CHAINED + ABLE

$85
Buy at CHAINED + ABLE

Hugues Bracelet

A.P.C.

No Offers

Square Signet Ring

MKI

No Offers

Lord Bracelet

A.P.C.

$135
Buy at ssense

Ring Pull

Alex orsO

$146
Buy at Alex orsO

Swallow Pendant

Dries Van Noten

No Offers

Hex Signet Ring

Alex orsO

$229
Buy at Alex orsO

Padlock Charm Necklace

AMBUSH

$790
Buy at ssense

Small Feather Necklace

Medicom Toy x Jam Home Made

$259
Buy at END.

Logo Ring

Gucci

$310
Buy at Mr. Porter

Moulded Ring

Versace

$325
Buy at Farfetch

Logo Ring

Maison Margiela

$395
Buy at ssense

ID Bracelet

Saint Laurent

$395
Buy at Mr. Porter

Lion Cuff

Gucci

$410
Buy at Mr. Porter

Justice Gold Pendant

Supreme

$441
Buy at Supreme EU

Link Bracelet

Jil Sander

$564
Buy at Farfetch

Zip Tie Bracelet

AMBUSH

$705
Buy at ssense

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Words by Max Grobe
Associate Fashion Editor
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