I discovered a pair of awesome jewelry brands just in time for the holidays! Maison Miru and Experimental Jewellery Club are two brands founded by a total #GirlBoss named Trisha. Trisha runs the show mostly by herself, which makes everything that much more impressive. She was kind enough to send over some pieces from both Maison Miru and Experimental Jewellery Club to style.
Maison Miru is all about jewelry you can live in. You’ll find your classic pieces that never go out of style there. Maison Miru’s mission is to “fill your life – and your jewelry box – with extraordinary memories.” Now, the best part about that is you can do just that without breaking the bank! I am wearing the Colette Earrings, which are tiny dewdrop crystal earrings with a chain. It’s a statement on its own, but I can definitely see myself wearing it with some ear cuffs on days I wear my hair in a ponytail. My favorite part is the chain – it’s an unexpected and unique touch that makes the earrings unforgettable. They retail for $54.00 and are made of 14k gold plated brass and high quality CZ (cubic zirconia) crystals. I’ve worn them almost every day for the past three weeks and I have nothing but good things to say about these earrings!
The second piece I styled from Maison Miru is the Zelda Necklace, which goes perfectly with the Colette earrings. It’s a piece that I love layering with other necklaces, but it’s still gorgeous by itself! It retails for $49.00 and is made of gold plated brass with a high quality CZ crystal. The chain is 16″ long, which is the perfect length for me. It’s the shorter necklace of the two that I’m wearing. I’ve also been wearing this necklace almost every day for the past three weeks. I just can’t get enough. If you’re the cost-per-wear type of person like I am, you’ll definitely see the value in Maison Miru pieces.
Experimental Jewellery Club has the same ordinary-to-extraordinary sentiment, but with a slightly different vibe. Whereas Maison Miru is more classic and timeless, Experimental Jewellery Club is all about the now. Trisha’s mission for Experimental Jewelry Club is for the costumer to “find jewellery to be your best you.” You’ll see some quirky pieces to fit different personalities. In my opinion, the brand does a really good job providing variety, because of the whole different strokes for different folks thing. There are also some really fun personalized bracelets that remind me of my childhood!
The first EJC piece I styled is the Starry Eyed Surprise Emoji Ring. It’s seriously the cutest ring I’ve ever seen, and instantly brightens my day. The stars add so much character to the original emoji ring, and I love that the crystals allow me to pair the ring with any outfit I wear. It retails for $39.00 and comes in one size, since it’s an open fit. The ring is made of gold plated brass and high quality CZ crystals.
The second piece I styled from Experimental Jewellery Club is the Gold Evil Eye Pendant Necklace. I actually have a bunch of evil eye jewelry to keep the bad vibes away, but this is the only piece that will go with everything. I layered it with the Zelda Necklace from Maison Miru, and it turned out to be the perfect combination. This necklace is 19.5″ long, which makes it a really nice piece for layering. It retails for $29.00 and is made of plated base metal. I haven’t had any bad skin reactions to it in the three weeks that I’ve been wearing the necklace, so it has a thumbs up from me!
All in all, I am loving both Maison Miru and Experimental Jewellery Club. Although they have different vibes, the overall message is the same – to make the wearer feel like the best versions of themselves. I really admire Trisha’s drive and dedication to her brands. She’s really lovely to talk to, and the thing I admire the most about her is that she makes it her mission to spread positivity, community, and encouragement; she consciously chooses business partners that are small, local, and/or run by women. These two brands are definitely small businesses to support!
Disclaimer: Although pieces were sent to me by the brand, all opinions are 100% my own.