The Find: The Perfect Two-Tone Jewelry

Feb 1, 2019

As I’ve discussed many times, I love David Yurman jewelry.  It’s elegant, wearable, and chic.  But Ann Taylor offers some of Yurman’s essential elements in a $29 ring.

This Ann Taylor two-tone twist ring is timeless.  It’s also a great piece for pulling together other pieces with multiple metals.  And the mix of twisted and smooth metal is a nice touch.

AT also offers this same style in an open-cuff bracelet and a pair of studs.  But the real star of the show is this stunning necklace:

How fantastic is the look of this $49 station necklace?  I love the twisted rings and the mix of metals.  This necklace would go with any piece in your wardrobe.  And if you buy multiple piece from this four-pack of jewelry, you can save up to 30%.  Happy shopping.

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  1. Sheryl says:

    What a coincidence! I came on here specifically to search your david yurman choices. But that necklace!

  2. KLeigh says:

    Love that ring, but I’m between ring sizes (5.5) so it’s so hard to find a ring that isn’t an open style that fits me, without getting it sized, which seems like overkill for an inexpensive ring.

  3. denise says:

    David Yurman is my go-to for ‘treat yo self’ pieces. I try to buy a new piece during bonus season every year. That said, it is expensive for what it is. And this is a great dupe!

    For anyone with a bonus season coming up – I wear this pendant at least 2x / week. The chain is adjustable so its incredibly versatile.
    https://www.davidyurman.com/products/womens/womens-necklaces/crossover-small-pendant-necklace-with-14k-gold-n11641-s4.pdp.html?ecid=cse_brand_pla_google_us_us%20-%20pla%20-%20necklaces%20-%20w%20-%20brand_necklaces%20-%20w%20-%20brand_&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIm9DKgoOb4AIVicDICh33RwKMEAkYASABEgJmCfD_BwE

    And no, I don’t work for Yurman… (but that would be amazing!)

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  5. Opal says:

    That necklace sent me right to the site. It’s the type of work piece I’ve been looking for. I like that some of the earrings aren’t super long. My neck is too short for that look.

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