Stone & Honey is the Portland-based brand well-known for translating natural elements into creative, simple jewelry. And, while crystals and marbled stones were the go-to materials of the past, the label's latest collection, Arcos, is all about rustic takes on geometric shapes.Hammered loops become like flattened rainbows, and linen-wrapped copper ovals are the hoop earrings for a different generation. The designs also feature belly-button-grazing necklaces as the new kind of statement necklace — one that doesn't need sparkle or loud color to command attention. What else are we loving about this collection? The lookbook — created by veritable indie-Portland royalty, Megan Hart of Summerland and Anja Verdugo of Clever Nettle — is making us covet pretty much every piece. Some of our favorites (yes, those rings) clock in around $50, while the others feel like a totally worthwhile mini splurge. Jump ahead for a look at all the sweet offerings from Stone & Honey.
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