My Favorite Dainty Gold Earrings

My love of fine jewelry was genetically inherited from my mother. As a kid I remember going to visit her safe deposit box every time there was an event that called for jewelry, (and there were many!). I would drool over all of the shiny gold and sparkly baubles she owned. Each piece in her collection of vintage and new jewelry had a story behind it, each one special and unique. I even got my ears pierced as a baby and wore the same dainty indian gold earrings for most of my childhood. They were so beautiful and minimalistic. That was the first piece in my growing collection that I hope to share with my Sophia one day.

The newest addition to my jewelry collection are these gorgeous gold earrings by New York based sustainable jewelry line AU-Rate. They are sophisticated, elegant, and truly unique. I love that you can style them a few ways by pulling the earring shorter or longer, creating multiple looks. The entire line is absolutely stunning, and if that weren’t enough, they are also ethically sourced and sustainably produced, with a strong emphasis put on both the quality and design. I think gold jewelry is so classy-looking and, even better, gold can be worn by everyone, as these gold earrings for sensitive ears demonstrate.

I took my new bling out for a spin on a date night a few nights ago, and I think it really elevated my otherwise simple outfit – even Tom admired them and asked me how they keep from falling out of my ears! I think no outfit is truly complete without a little jewelry. It’s like the icing on the proverbial cake – which also just so happens to be my favorite part of cake!

Let me know in the comments below if you are more of a clothes, bags, shoes, or jewelry person (like me!)

Links to everything else I’m wearing can be found below the images.

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Necklace | Pants: Iro (thrifted from Material World but here is a similar style) | Cami: Rebecca Taylor (Similar Style) | Shoes

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