Jeweler Adina Reyter Shares Her Favorite Pieces from Her Collection (as Seen on Meghan Markle!)

These delicate jewels are worth the splurge

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Jeweler to the Stars!

Adina Reyter
Courtesy of Adina Reyter

From Lady Gaga to Meghan Markle, Adina Reyter's delicate line of jewelry have become every day go-to's for some of Hollywood's most famous faces. Keep clicking to see her favorite pieces that "every girl should have in their jewelry box."

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Stud Earrings

Mehgan Markle
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"I love the look of a well-layered ear. I always think about how new pieces from my designs might work with previous collections," says Reyter, whose 3 Diamond Amigos Posts studs were worn by Markle. "I try different combinations for unexpected, non-matchy-matchy looks and highly recommend slipping on an ear cuff to keep things interesting."

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Diamond Necklace


"When you find a necklace you love, chances are you'll wear all the time — work days, weekends, parties and to bed," says Reyter, whose Solid Pave Teardrop Necklace was also worn by Markle. "I'm always amazed how the same piece can look so different depending on the length of the chain, the neckline of her blouse, and how she likes to layer with a pendant or choker."

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Heart-Shaped Necklace

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex
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Markle stepped out again in the same necklace, but Reyter has another option, the Pavé Folded Heart Necklace, available as well. Jenna Fisher and Candace Cameron Bure have both been spotted wearing the delicate necklace.

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Simple Rings

Angelina Jolie
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"When stacking rings, I look for a balance of shapes and play with proportions. Two bands of different widths on the same finger packs a nice punch, and a delicate little something on the pinky is always a good idea," says Reyter, whose Small Heirloom Baguette Bands were spotted on Angelina Jolie and Abigail Spencer. "What we wear on our hands is so personal and has to fit comfortably, so I recommend trying a lot of rings on a lot of fingers until the combo feels just right."

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