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Whether it's layering necklaces, an arm party or stacking rings, dainty jewelry in endless combinations seems to be hanging around. I love the look of it, it's a nice break from statement pieces, which I also love, but some outfits call for something a little lighter. The look of layers can sometimes be more interesting and unexpected than bolder pieces as well. 

It seems like jewelry designers come out of the woodwork with each new jewelry trend, and it makes shopping for these items exciting with each new discovery. Here are some great places to get your hands (and neck and wrists) on the latest.

Jennifer Zeuner has great graphic shapes in all the types of jewelry she makes. Jennifer Fisher is known for her barely there bracelets and rings that offer the perfect daintiness when worn alone and the slightness to be stacked and stacked, but she also makes the shapes of the moment and great charms. Breakout jewelry shop Catbird is perfect for quirky charms and rings that invite you to stack to infinity, as well as unique wedding and engagement options. Bing Bang has both bold pieces and fun little items that would be great to mix for any kind of layering. Jennie Kwon's designs are minimalist and thoughtful, offering the feminine pieces you didn't know you've been wanting. Ariel Gordon's designs let you choose between types of metals and categories so there's a lot to choose from. Gabriela Artigas has structural collections, some with natural elements that are modern and unique. Odette takes simple and interesting designs and texturizes them, making the pieces both bold and dainty. And, of course, BaubleBar offers affordable pieces in every trend imaginable.

UPDATE: I originally left out Jennifer Meyer, who I definitely meant to include in this little roundup. She's such a genius with this type of barely-there dainty, beautiful, personality-filled jewelry that is perfect for a simple and basic look as well as the foundations or finishings of a stack. What an oversight!

So get shopping and stack away!

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