Street Style Report: Awe-Inspiring Jewelry Looks To Try Now

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    Whether it’s the ideal ratio of friendship bracelets to quirky rings or that perfect chunky choker, we encourage you to take a page from the style books of today’s noteworthy dressers. Before you know it, you’ll be assembling jewelry-savvy looks of your own.

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    A busy motif calls for the simple elegance of a pearl cocktail ring.

     

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    Goth-inspired rings and a hammered pendant necklace give a classic pantsuit an edgy update.

     

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    A gem-encrusted choker adds drama to a minimal silhouette.

     

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    A layered coin bracelet makes for an unexpectedly cool finish.

     

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    Bold, matching prints are perfectly complemented by an understated necklace.

     

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    A pendant necklace takes center stage against a sheer backdrop.

     

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    Want to point your look in the right direction? Try a full finger ring.

     

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    A pinky ring makes for a charming addition to a sweet ensemble.

     

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    No need for an armful of bracelets--a timeless gold knot cuff stands out on its own.

     

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    Architectural jewelry adds a modern finish to any look.

     

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    Colorful friendship bracelets and kitschy rings are a nod to a playful personality.

     

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    Chunky gold bangles stacked on one arm create a fashion-forward finish.

     

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