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Rashida Jones Creates A Minimalist Dannijo Jewelry Collab — & We're In Love

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    We'll admit that we sort of have a tendency to empty our wallets at the sight of a Dannijo label. With an irresistible collection of over-the-top baubles and modern costume jewelry, the Snyder sisters have never been afraid to go big. However, it took another leading lady to introduce minimalism into the fold.

    Rashida Jones, Danielle Snyder, and Jodie Snyder have come together to deliver totally wearable, dainty jewels in lustrous 14-carat rose gold and 10-carat yellow gold. Under the moniker Fine by Dannijones, the new collection is brimming with symbolic charms and trinkets. Unicorns, palm trees, arrows, and pineapples adorn golden chains, which is a way more charming riff on the delicate fine jewelry you typically see. And, while the pieces are perfect for layering, they're also powerful enough to be worn alone. Arrow rings, ear cuffs, and hand jewelry round out the simple-yet-sophisticated collection, which ranges in price from $98 to $598. Click through to start mentally adding to your holiday wish list.

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