Have you ever thought about who might have (or had had) the best jewelry collection in the game? The question has certainly been asked, with many of hip-hop's biggest stars diverting attention to creations from the likes of Ben Baller – and hey, Frank Ocean’s Homer has made some great efforts.
If, however, clean and modest with a price to match is your bag, Serge DeNimes Tudor Collection may serve you well.
The jewelry game is, quite literally, a mixed bag. We’ve all got our tastes. Some will mix metals; others are strictly gold; for me, it’s silver all day. Then, you’ve got to start considering size, shape, and sometimes weight. For all of its considerations, some find this accessory space a little overwhelming, and understandably so.
Your best bet, in that case, is to remove the leg work of figuring it all out from the equation altogether - or get Serge DeNimes to do that for you.
Delivering goods straight out of London, Serge has maintained a strong presence through its frequent themed collections. Recently, that’s included some nifty little stars and shrooms, as well as a selection of pieces inspired by the late Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee during the summer.
Now, a new era of the British monarchy takes point in the form of the Tudor collection. Fortunately, Henry VIII and his dastardly shenanigans in marriage aren’t included. Instead, the 34-piece collection features cubic zirconia stones, rare chains, and pearl beads, harking back to the designs and motifs that adorned the Tudor monarchs and their homes.