Master the delicate jewelry trend with Lauren Conrad's favorite pieces

If there’s one thing I can’t get enough of this season, it’s delicate, barely-there jewelry that makes a surprisingly bold statement. What I love about the delicate jewelry trend is that you can use it to dress up even the most casual of outfits, and it adds just the tiniest bit of shimmer to elevate any look. With pieces that are so classic and understated, it perfectly combines elegance and that effortless cool-girl vibe. I recently styled this delicate jewelry look before heading out for a date night and today I’m going to break down my formula for how I created this look (and show you where to shop for these pieces too!).

I personally love the look of stacked bracelets when each piece is simple and thin. I paired these thin pave bracelets with gold cuffs and a geometric bangle that achieves a look that is cohesive but not too bold. The bracelets I wore for this look were by LC Lauren Conrad, EF Collection, and Vita Fede. I added a pave EF Collection ring on my index finger and doubled up with a thick gold midi ring and a gold cuff ring on my ring finger (both Vita Fede). I don’t like to pile rings on every finger when I’m mixing and matching. Make sure you keep some of your fingers bare so your jewelry look isn’t overwhelming.

My best delicate jewelry tip, overall? Take advantage of simple shapes, classic metals, and don’t go overboard on embellishment. Trust me, a little bit will go a long way. If you want to get creative, showcase the tiniest jewels, play with geometric shapes (like this bracelet I’m wearing), or try a mini monogram. This trend is here to stay ladies, so have some fun.

Scroll down to shop my look and see some of my favorite minimalist pieces that you use to build a delicate jewelry look of your own…

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Bracelets:

Rings:

Earrings:

 

How do you style your delicate jewelry? Do you have any go-to pieces?

I’d love to get some ideas from you in the comments below!

XO Lauren

Credits: Nordstrom, ShopBop, Anthropologie
Bracelets (starting from top to bottom):
1. Kohl’s
2. EF Collection
3. Vita Fede
4. Vita Fede
Rings:
1. EF Collection (index finger)
2. Vita Fede (ring finger rings)
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