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V Day Gifts For You

There is one question we should all be asking ourselves this Valentine’s Day—“Will you be mine?” Self-love is the best kind of love, so treat yourself to the gifts you deserve. We’re talking heirloom-level investment pieces to love for a lifetime. It’s the only kind of commitment we’re looking for this year.  

To lead you to that perfect piece with their expertise, we reached out to three interesting women we know, who also happens to have really good taste. They tell us what they look for in jewelry and hopefully, it sparks in you too.

Pamelyn Rocco

Founder of Bashery & Co. 

Pamelyn Rocco
FOUNDER OF BASHERY & CO.

Tell us about the first big investment piece of jewelry you treated yourself to. What drew you to it?

A vintage Chanel brooch stole my heart. I wanted a piece that could be passed down to my children and their children. It’s important for investment pieces to stand the test of time.

How would you describe your taste in jewelry? How is your personal style reflected in your collection? 

My taste has evolved over the years and now that I am in my 40s I am more into luxury pieces. I love something with an edge and partnering it with less expensive pieces for a fresh feel— which is exactly how I would describe my fashion. I like unique pieces that are almost a conversation starter, right on the cusp of being a statement piece without standing out too much. I look to pieces that complement my style.

Pamelyn’s Favorite Jewelry Edit Picks

The Mignonne Gavigan Madeline earrings are super fun. I could never just pick one favorite item, but if I had to my top three favorites are the Unmai Truth BraceletsDiamond Crescent Earrings, and the Billie Eye Necklace. That combo is everything!

Sajani Amarasiri

Founder of Kola Goodies

Tell us about the first investment piece of jewelry you treated yourself to. What drew you to it? 

It was a gold and silver panther ring and cuff from Amrapali jewels when visiting Jaipur in 2018. Between the delicateness and the power symbolism, I knew I had to have it.

How would you describe your taste in jewelry? How is your personal style reflected in your collection? 

I mostly like unique and simple pieces that can tell a story. I look for versatility—styles I can pair with everyday events from a zoom call to weddings. I look for good quality pieces and I always buy with intention. 

Sajani’s Favorite Jewelry Edit Picks 

There are so many good designers on Jewelry Edit. I just saw the gorgeous 24k Gold Leaf Faceted Large Lucite Hoops from Gold and Honey. I am also really into the Lavender Lariat Necklace from Tess and Tricia. Both are so wearable and easy to dress up or down.

 Sajani Amarasiri, Founder of Kola Goodies

Alyssa Heimrich

Radio Producer, Sirius XM

Alyssa Heimrich Radio Producer, Sirius XM 

Tell us about the first investment piece of jewelry you treated yourself to. What drew you to it?

I have two limited-edition gold Chloe pendants that I bought for myself for my birthday a few years back. One is the symbol for Sagittarius, the other is the letter A. These pieces are so special to me because I worked hard for them. To me, they are timeless and versatile.

How would you describe your taste in jewelry? How is your personal style reflected in your collection?

In my early 20s, I really loved big chunky statement jewelry. Now, in my 30s, I still love a statement earring, but my everyday jewelry is now very delicate and minimal; thin and gold. 

Alyssa’s Favorite Jewelry Edit Picks

I adore my Who’s Sari Now Bangles by Rosena Sami. Atelier Mon and Catherine Weitzman are other designers who have caught my eye.

Interviews have been edited for length and clarity.

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