David Yurman jewelry is a sight to behold. It’s textured, glistening, and styled to perfection.
But like most fine jewelry designer brands, the power of the jewelry itself lies in the statement it creates when it’s worn.
You don’t need an exact David Yurman replica to achieve the effect that the piece would have on your style or outfit. Instead, you can take inspiration from the shapes, finishes, and overall tones of the jewelry and incorporate the same patterns with more affordable pieces.
Need a little help getting started? You’ve come to the right place!
We’ll go through some David Yurman staples and show you some affordable jewelry that fits the same designer aesthetic.
1. Starburst shapes
One shape you’ll repeatedly see among David Yurman pieces is a spiky snowflake or starburst design covered in diamond stones.
It shows up on rings and earrings alike, as well as bracelet and necklace designs.
It may seem like a simple style at first glance, but it’s not a shape you see every day—especially when it comes to luxury jewelry.
If you’re dying to try it but don’t have a few thousand dollars to dedicate to a single piece of jewelry, check out Blush and Bar’sRebecca Rope Ring ($59) for the same beautiful result.
If you prefer less embellishment but like the twist effect, ourNadia X Infinity Ring ($59) is another excellent take on this timeless style.
3. Delicate bands for every finger
Here’s one piece of jewelry fashion advice that you can learn from the David Yurman brand aesthetic: You don’t have to be a statement jewelry wearer to enjoy a blinged-out look!
Minimalist jewelry can look just as luxurious as thick bands and enormous gemstones if it’s distributed strategically.
The inspiration for this style is summed up perfectly in the brand’s photo caption on Instagram: “delicate bands for every finger.” It’s the perfect choice for those who like to add an edgy flair to a minimalist style.
If you look closely, you’ll notice that the model in the photo is shown with alternating band designs—some are set with tiny diamonds, and some are thin textured gold bands.
Some of our staple dainty rings beautifully accommodate this style. Try theBrianna Bezel Ring ($59) for a delicate band with diamond accents and theMinimalist Thumb Ring ($59) for a simple hammered gold design!
If you love a good ring stack, you’re in good company when it comes to David Yurman jewelry.
But when all is said and done, minimalist jewelry, in general, is practically begging to be stacked!
David Yurman rings are rarely modeled one by one. Instead, they’re usually featured together for a trendy mixture of shapes, styles, and even colors.
As fun as excessive ring stacking can be, it sometimes appears deceivingly easy to achieve. Why? Because not all ring styles pair well together.
As much as some creative ring stacks might look like an effortless hodgepodge of shimmer, sparkle, texture, and color, there’s a little more to it than that. The secret to an eclectic ring stack is style variety—but with styles that subtly complement one another.
Most retail stores charge 8 to 10 times the actual cost while Blush and Bar sells directly to you. No stores, cashiers, or middlemen means more savings in your pocket.
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