11 Minimalist Jewelry Brands You Can Easily Find In Singapore

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Fancy dainty, minimalist jewelry that exudes a sense of quiet confidence? Then try these gorgeous minimal options to maximise your style.

Are you tired of bold statement pieces and frilly embellishments? Then how about you try dainty, minimalist jewelry that exudes a sense of quiet confidence. After all, less is more sometimes. 

If you're a sucker for jewelry, but prefer them to be more low-key, sleek and elegant designs can be your go-to.  They are versatile and allow a smooth transition from day-to-night.

So maximize your style with minimalist jewelry with these gorgeous options. 

11 Minimalist Jewelry Brands You Will Love

1. Monica Vinader, $87.00-433.00

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Fans of arm candy will love Monica Vinader, the go-to brand for instantly wearable, contemporary pieces. The brand stocks delicate bracelets, including everything from thin cuffs to thin gemstone chains.

Great to style, stack and personalize with engraving, Monica Vinader features more than just wrist accessories, but also a stunning variety of earrings, as well as necklaces and rings for layering and stacking.

Available at #B1-09, ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801. 

2. Arva.co, $20.00-$60.00

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The minimalist modern woman is looking for stylish, yet simple and elegant jewelry pieces which are also affordable.

Customisation is also available for more unique, individualised pieces and to carve onto rings, bracelets, and necklaces. Rose gold is available if gold and silver is not your cup of tea. This line is available online

3. Minimalist Lab, $10.00-$100.00

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The minimalist fashionista will appreciate the range of sleek and tiny, clean-cut pieces and charms, which caters to varied levels of comfort and style. Choose gold and silver pieces of premium quality with Minimalist Lab. This line is also available online.

4. The Ordinary Co, $5.00-$20.00

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Minimalist jewelry local brand The Ordinary Co. stocks everything including necklaces, rings, earrings, bracelets and hair accessories. This brand stocks one of the most affordable, yet sophisticated accessories compared to other labels. Available online on their website.

5. State Property, $390.00-$650.00

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Cool girl jewelry label State Property stocks clean, dainty pieces with subtle hints of playfulness in its collection, ranging from elegant silver bracelets to acrylic and bauxite ore earrings that are guaranteed to turn heads.   

As the brand prides itself on its meticulous craftsmanship, expect higher prices for its designs created entirely by hand locally. It also offers a bespoke service for a personal touch. Available online on its website

6. Pinwheels Jewels, $120.00-$150.00

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Multi-label minimalist jewelry line Pinwheels Jewels stocks a moderately affordable range of stunning earrings, including diamond-studded hoops, elegant pearl drop shoulder dusters and cascading chandelier earrings.

It champions intricate craftsmanship, and only works with like minded, seasoned and new brands with similar values. Available online and at Ho Bee Goldsmith & Jewellery.

7. Amado Gudek, Prices available at store

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Eco warriors will love sustainable jewelry brand Amado Gudek for its minimalist pieces, which resembles wearable art. 

Crafted using environmentally-friendly bioresin, the Diamond Fauxever collection and the unique Drift Away collection are made with driftwood.

Available at Chancerlodge complex, 105 Sims Avenue, #10-07, Singapore 387429, by appointment only

8. By Invite Only, $20.00-$80.00

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The minimalist jewelry label By Invite Only creates jewelry for every occasion, and works to create pieces that add style yet with practicability and wearability. 

Pieces are made with intriguing materials to work with, while they are often easy-to-wear, match and to transit from day to night.

Available at #05-09, 16 Shaw Road, Kin Building, Singapore 367954 (by appointment only)

9. Rina Lee Jewellery, $20.00-$250.00

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Trained in Contemporary Arts at the University of Tasmania, jewelry designer and owner of Rina Lee Jewellery was exposed to contemporary ways of thinking, which is reflected in her designs. 

Her original collections are all show stoppers on their own. Available online on the website.

10. Curious Creatures, $50.00-$120.00

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Curious Creatures will help you stand out with its semi-precious stones, freshwater pearls and geometric shapes. Its designs are out of the box and takes an unconventional approach to your everyday jewelry.

Available at Cat Socrates, Essential Extra, Isetan Scotts, Naiise and online.

11. The Mindful Company, $50.00-$150.00

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Local minimalist brand The Mindful Company creates meaningful and modern pieces individually, with unique, thoughtful and timeless collections such as “How are you today?”, “What’s important series” and the ever popular “Reminder Series”. Available at Tangs Level 2, 310 Orchard Road Singapore 238864; Gallery & Co, #01-05 National Gallery, 1 St. Andrew’s Road Singapore 178957; and online.

Also read: 15 Types Of Ear Piercings To Spice Up Your Look This Year

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Written by

Melia Widjaja