We are so excited to unveil our newest bracelet and necklace designs! These pieces were designed to be classics with elements to make them stand out and feel like it is absolutely the perfect finishing touch for special occasions. Or every day. Shine on!
Tennis jewelry got its name in the late-1970s when tennis pro Chris Evert famously lost her bracelet during a match. During this time, style was transforming, so diamond bracelets could be worn with jeans—or while on the tennis court. We were inspired to design simple pieces that could add that are versatile enough to add that sense of luxury to an everyday outfit or transition to a more formal occasion.
Left: Chris Evert wearing a tennis bracelet while she faces service from Martina Navratilova in the 1978 Wimbledon Final - Photo by Getty Images
Right: Chris Evert wearing a couple of bracelets as she prepares to receive serve at Wimbeldon in 1975 - Photo by Bob Thomas/Getty Images
We’re introducing two new tennis bracelets.
The 7.98 Carat Oval Cut Tennis Bracelet places Oval cut Nexus Diamond™ Alternatives end to end to create a subtle scalloped effect. Each stone is larger than is typical for a tennis bracelet, so each one stands out more individually. The effect is a more modern take on a classic.
The 6.20 Carat Princess Cut Tennis Bracelet uses the square shaped stones to create an almost unbroken line of pure sparkle. The lines are clean and simple, which makes this bracelet feel accessible for any outfit. It balances glam and dainty perfectly.
We are unveiling three new necklaces.
The 13.97 carat Round Tennis Necklace is our most classic piece in the collection. It was originally designed to create a middle ground between an ultra-glam necklace and a simple pendant, for those special occasions. But we love it equally as much with a button-up shirt or blazer, making it a gorgeous transitional piece.
The 15.90 carat Princess Tennis Necklace is similar to the Princess cut bracelet, in that the square shaped stone sit close together to create a solid line of sparkle. We’re predicting this necklace will become a favorite with brides—the visual weight is ideal for the wedding day, and it will complete many outfits for anniversaries and special occasions.
If we were to use a single word to describe the 11.55 carat Round Tennis Choker, it would be ‘spunky.’ The necklace is designed to sit closer to the neck, which gives it a trendy, sportier look. The adjustable length makes it versatile, and the bezel set accent at the end of the chain finishes it off with a modern touch. This style will look gorgeous with a variety of necklines, from formal to casual.
What do you think of our new pieces?
Tell us in the comments which bracelet or necklace (or both!) you’d wear the most!