It's a rare thing indeed to use the words 'fine jewelry' and 'affordable prices' in the same sentence. But that is precisely the ethos behind Mejuri jewelry, a Canadian brand made by women for women that counts Margot Robbie, Kate Bosworth, Oprah and Lizzo as fans.
Mejuri's appeal is two-fold: by cutting out the middle man, and having a direct-to-consumer approach, it avoids the unnecessary markups that cause our credit cards to break out in a sweat. Secondly, the brand's fresh drop of stacking jewelry each week is positively lust-worthy.
So it's only fitting that our pick of the best Valentine's Day jewelry from Mejuri is inspired by the city of love itself, Paris. In fact, Mejuri's latest earring stack is inspired by possible the most prolific French icon.
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Nope, it's not Brigitte Bardot. Nor is it the Eiffel Tower. Mejuri's Croissant Dome Collection is already a best seller with its silver and yellow gold rings, bracelets and all-new sizes of earring that take the shape of that most delectable of French breakfast pastries - the croissant.
The chunky silhouette of the Bold Croissant Dome Huggies is a switch up from traditional skinny huggies or even a stud.
Meanwhile, the Thin Croissant Dome Hoops , are the ideal daytime hoop - not too statement, not too delicate but that sweet spot in between.
We fully recommend dropping subtle hints of the pastry variety in the lead up to the 14th February. Alternatively, treat yourself in the spirit of self love.
Fiona Embleton is a beauty writer who is now Acting Beauty Editor at Stylist. She is obsessed with Isabel Marant and cats.
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