I am a fan of jewelry at the beach—not a blinding, jangling overload, but something that sparkles and preferably speaks to the ocean and all its treasures. Here some ideas from a few jewelry designers I’ve profiled and love. Robin Renzi of Me & Ro just launched a collection of multi and single pendant necklaces for which she literally took shells she’s collected over the years and electroformed them with silver and gold (top left). Sara Beltran of Dezso by Sara Beltran takes different elements, from abalone shell to aquamarine, to carve out shells and sharks-teeth pendants (bottom left), which seem to be flying off her site as I write this. If you want a bit more drama, try one of her luxe puka necklaces (bottom right). Meanwhile, Liseanne Frankfurt of LFrank offers vintage coral and delicate gold discs (among others) on adjustable leather cords (top right), that are ideal for layering. Love them all.
left photo courtesy Me & Ro; right photo courtesy Sara Beltran