Yes, another Quince review! After trying many of their most popular clothing items, I wanted to explore their jewelry and accessories. When it comes to jewelry, I’m fairly basic – I tend to wear the same 14K stud earrings daily and rotate through 3-4 delicate necklaces. In an effort to change up my earring game, I decided to focus here for my latest review, along with a few other accessories.
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In general, many of Quince’s basic jewlery pieces are around $10-$30 less expensive than similar counterparts from Mejuri. The savings will scale with more expensive pieces like this 14K Gold Link Chain Necklace, which is $80 less. When paired with their current jewelry promotion, these price differences are pretty appealing! Quince currently has a promotion where you can get $10 in credit if you purchase 2 jewelry items, or $15 in credit if you purchase 3.
Confession: I’ve never owned a pair of hoop earrings. I got my first ear piercings rather “late”, at the age of 26. Since then, I’ve mostly stuck with simple gold studs with the exception of the occasional festive earrings around the holidays. Originally, I was eyeing the 14K Solo Mini Hoop, but wasn’t sure if it would be too snug on me. So I opted for the everyday hoops, which comes as a complete pair.
Overall, these are nice and straightforward. I didn’t see a big difference in quality or build compared to my Mejuri stud earrings.
While simple to put on, however, I found them a bit difficult to secure. This is more of a design flaw (Mejuri’s version is the same) rather than an issue with Quince quality. So I’m planning to get the mini hoops after all, to compare – they have a hinge closure that looks easier to use!
These are a lovely set of earrings that elevate any outfit. I have no complaints about the design or comfort! I do wish these were 14K solid gold – but 18K vermeil should hold given that I’d only wear these occasionally for fancier occasions.
I got mine before this expansion, and went with the Avery Polarized Sunglasses which look very similar to Ray-Ban’s Clubmaster style. Overall, I’ve been pleased with them – they seem well-made and the polarized lens are a nice touch. Regarding fit, they are slightly smaller than the Ray-Ban classics. These measure 125mm hinge-to-hinge, compared to Ray-Bans standard 130mm. At $50 compared to $150+, they really can’t be beat.
I’ve now had my leather watch band for several months, and it’s been wearing well. Very comfortable, with a classic look – the double buckle looks exactly like the Hermes watch band, but at a 10% of the price tag.
The leather is slightly thinner and smoother than other leather bands I’ve purchased in the past from the likes of Tory Burch & Etsy. However, I actually prefer the Quince band – it ‘absorbs’ less oil and funk, for lack of a better phrasing. I always swap to a rubber band when exercising, but I found my prior watch bands would get a bit funky after a particularly hot summer.
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