The new collection features solid gold, diamonds and gemstone pieces ranging in price from $55 to $1,000

By Brittany Talarico
August 14, 2019 12:08 PM
Products in this story are independently selected and featured editorially. If you make a purchase using these links we may earn commission.
Advertisement
Courtesy BaubleBar

BaubleBar, your favorite one-stop shop for trendy accessorizes, is now venturing into new territory with the debut of its first fine jewelry collection. And the direct-to-consumer brand, loved by everyone from Meghan Markle to Jessica Alba, made sure to stay true to its ethos of accessibility when developing the line's price-point.

Pieces start at $55 (for chic solid gold studs) and top off at $995 for a diamond-set signet ring, with nothing over $1,000.

Buy It! Luisa Diamond Single Safety Pin Earring, $275; [tempo-ecommerce src="https://www.baublebar.com/product/48610-luisa-diamond-stud-earring?sku=46534" title="baublebar.com" context="body"]
Courtesy BaubleBar
Buy It! Diamond Graffiti Letter Single Stud Earring, $250; [tempo-ecommerce src="https://www.baublebar.com/product/47885-diamond-graffiti-letter-single-stud-earring" title="baublebar.com" context="body"]
Courtesy BaubleBar

The debut collection kicks off with rings and earrings, featuring styles ranging from streamlined hoop silhouettes to fun heart-shape studs to safety pin designs and initial pieces. The rings add a dose of sparkle thanks to the diamond and gemstone accents.

Buy It! Valentina Diamond Claw Ring, $600; [tempo-ecommerce src="https://www.baublebar.com/product/46540-valentina-diamond-claw-ring?sku=46541" title="baublebar.com" context="body"]
Courtesy BaubleBar
Buy It! Isabella 14K Gold Single Stud Earring $55, [tempo-ecommerce src="https://www.baublebar.com/product/47887-isabella-14k-gold-single-stud-earring" title="baublebar.com" context="body"]
Courtesy Bauble Bar

“Since the beginning, the voice of our customer has led our product evolution. We have always been a brand committed to offering the best assortment of accessories at an accessible price point and 18 months ago that voice drove us to introduce a collection of gold vermeil layering pieces,” BaubleBar co-founder Daniella Yacobovsky-Fiala told WWD. “Since the success of that launch, our customer’s voice remains the driving force behind our expansion into our own collection of fine jewelry.”