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Maximalism for Minimalists

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Perhaps counterintuitively, maximalism doesn’t always mean you have to do the most. For us, it’s about finding specific opportunities to go all out while remaining true to our personal style. A few ideas to use as a springboard: Play with proportion. Dabble in color if you typically don’t. Or pile on the subversive spikes of the new double-row Clash de Cartier collection (that pink gold: so, so pretty).

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G. LABEL MARIANNE PUFF-SLEEVE TOP, goop, $415; ST. AGNI TROUSERS, goop, $541; CLASH EARRINGS, Cartier, $7,250; CLASH DIAMOND EARRINGS, Cartier, $14,500; CLASH NECKLACE, Cartier, $19,100; CLASH RINGS, Cartier, $2,240, $3,250, and $4,000; CLASH BRACELETS, Cartier, $7,000 and $21,500; NEOUS SANDALS, Neous, $650

With its punk studs and bold onyx beads, this striking bangle lends some edge to an elegant all-white look.

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Sometimes it’s the simple things—a streamlined gown, a genuine smile—that have the greatest impact.

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Double the studs, double the shine: Exquisite alone, these rings are even better in multiples.

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JOHANNA ORTIZ DRESS, Saks Fifth Avenue, $1,150; CLASH RINGS (worn throughout), Cartier, $4,000

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G. LABEL FALLON TIE-BACK TOP, goop, $395

Set against bare skin or a beautifully gathered neckline, the warm pink of the gold is stops-you-in-your-tracks stunning.

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