Why we’re loving The Last Line’s fine jewellery designs
When the About Us page unabashedly proclaims each collection drop has at least one "where did you get those, I've been looking for them forever" jewellery piece, you know you've struck gold. Meet The Last Line, probably the coolest and cheekiest bling brand out there hitting all the right notes when it comes to jewellery trends and then some. Hailing from Los Angeles and designed with love, it was founded by jewellery veteran Shelley Gibbs Sanders and her husband, entrepreneur Teddy Sanders.
Intended to be the final frontier for all things shiny, the husband-wife duo has created their brand to be such that it does away with the traditional industry markups, eliminating the middleman to deliver the last designs ASAP at the finest quality, and without a hefty price tag. Magpies can expect to find the last perfect pinky ring, the last perfect tennis bracelet, the last perfect drop earrings... well, you get the idea. There are even limited edition collections to stir things up every now and again — chances are you'll never not buy something.
For all the trend-seekers, seasoned collectors, and even the firsties dipping their toe into the fine jewellery pool, here's why you ought to get onboard The Last Line train to jewellery haven:
ESSENTIALS AND CLASSICS
The tennis collection
You can thank former tennis champ Chris Evert for the advent of the tennis bracelet, but you can thank The Last Line for elevating the traditional gold setting-meets-diamond design into a full-fledged collection. Remixed with precious and semi-precious stones of all colours, this is the everyday jewellery of your dreams.
Hoops and huggies
A staple in practically everybody's jewellery collection, this classic earring gets a reinvention and a versatility that sees its silhouette available in graduated sizes for all your mixing and matching tendencies. Now go up your hoop game.
Cuffs and ear jackets
This here is the next-level way to dress up your lobes. Wraparound designs give you the freedom to customise at will, where you can play around and combine some of your favourite earrings with the ear jackets to create unexpected backings or serious statement looks.
Who doesn't love colour? And if you can't make up your mind about which shade out of an entire spectrum of 'em looks best for your latest jewellery acquisition, you might as well go for all of them. Featuring a gradient of coloured stones, these rainbow pieces are the striking answer to ordinary. We're eyeing the mini tennis necklace and that gorg baguette twist ring.
Shop The Last Line here.