I’ve developed a minimalist jewellery obsession. There, I said it. At least for the time being, I’ve retired my statement necklaces and bangles (sort of) and have opted instead for dainty chains and barely-there bracelets. No matter how bold or basic your outfit, minimalist jewellery suits just about any and all attire – that’s precisely why I love it, it’s really a style that’s just so effortless. I discovered this trend on Pinterest a couple of weeks ago (ah Pinterest, how you woo me so) and I’ve been hooked ever since. Unlike the wrist-to-elbow arm candy that’s been popular in past years, minimalist jewellery is all about simplicity. If you’re still at a loss as to how to wear minimalist jewellery, worry not – I’ll guide you through. Of course, if you’re just here to check out my way rad pics (I snapped these myself, *slow clap*) then that’s cool too.

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Call It Spring  | $7.99 CAD

These bracelets are and beg to be worn all at once. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with wearing these bracelets individually but the way I see it, minimalist jewellery looks best when layered – layering makes an understated statement (which grammatically makes no sense whatsoever, but this is fashion speak and in fashion speak it most definitely makes sense).

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Call It Spring  | $7.99 CAD

Dynamite  | $12.90 CAD

Tiers, my dear – it’s all about ’em tiers when it comes to minimalist necklaces. I’m especially fond of allowing the clasps to dangle forward, they simply add to the already existent layers. Another reason that I’m fond of this trend is that it allows you to easily dress up an otherwise basic outfit. Without looking out of place, minimalist jewellery can be paired with something as simple as jeans and a t-shirt – I’ve done it on many an occasion.

What do you think of the minimalist jewellery trend? Let me know in the comments below and check out my accessories board on Pinterest!

Later days,





  1. SO excited that you did a how-to on this topic! Layering/stacking is an art that I’m slowly learning, haha, so this is very helpful. I’ve started with some minimalist gold rings and necklaces I’ve picked up from H&M, including that vertical gold bar pendant which I’m obsessed with. Another great post, Natalie! <3

    1. Thanks so much Jesilou! As always, your comments mean a lot. While I’ve ‘mastered’ minimalist necklaces and bracelets I’ve yet to get on the minimalist ring trend – something to perhaps look forward to in the future 😉

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