15 December 2017

The Sœur jewelry

Launched in 2008, the brand originally aimed at young girls has branched out into creating clothing for their mothers too. Alongside velvet jackets, checked shirts and embroidered blouses, founders Domitille and Angélique Brion now also offer vermillion jewelry. The delicate chains, hooped earrings sold individually, rings graced with fine jewels and pretty medals are all understated and tasteful, perfectly in line with the brand’s chic St Germain spirit.

  • Sœur - "Dom" hoop earrings, from €10 each

  • Sœur - "Domino " medals, from €40

  • Sœur - "Dolores" bangle, €75

  • Sœur - "Dom" hoop earrings, €10 and €15 - "Domino" pendant, €35

  • Sœur - "Drage" ring, €95

  • Sœur - "Diana" ring, €65 - "Denise" ring, €80 - "Dona" ring, €65

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