What’s in a name? When it comes to jewelry, quite a bit. Nearly 20 years after Carrie Bradshaw put the nameplate necklace (now available in chocolate form
) on the map with Sex and the City
, we’re *still* swooning over
, and for good reason: After all, as the show's costume designer, Patricia Fields , explained to InStyle
back in 2015, "Names are timeless. Every woman has one." Lucky for us, there’s no shortage of ways to shop the trend these days. Scroll through to check out all the prettiest personalized signet rings, earrings, bracelets, and chains we could find!
Vrai & Oro Initial Ring ($88):
ICYMI, signet rings
are having a *moment,* and this customizable version, dubbed the signet’s “little sister,” can be engraved with your initial in one of three metals.
Alex Woo Custom Mini Addition Letter Rings ($138+):
Though these mini initial rings are plenty wearable on their own, there’s also an option to stack and mix and match ‘em — they come in four finishes, two of which also feature conflict-free diamonds.
BaubleBar Express Yourself Alpha Bracelet ($115):
Up to eight characters can fit on this alpha bracelet, which wraps around your wrist spelling out your name in shiny gold vermeil, rose gold vermeil, or sterling silver letters.
Jules Vance Jewelry Custom ID Tag Necklace ($200+):
Metalsmith Jules Vance meticulously hammers out the initials on her high-quality pieces, the likes of which have been spotted on The Bachelorette
’s JoJo Fletcher and Sophia Bush. Choose the metal for both the rectangle and the circle of this ID necklace, as well as the circle size and desired initials.
Sarah Chloe Ava Wire Custom Name Ring ($248+):
People will KNOW your name thanks to this in-your-face ring. It fits up to eight characters and can be made in a small or a large sizes, depending on how much of a statement you want to make.
Sia Personalized Name Stud Earring ($36+):
There’s no character limit on these handmade gems, making them just as ideal for long names as they are for short. Plus, they can be ordered in pairs or as single earrings to help you get in on the mismatched trend Meghan Markle
has been spotted rocking.
Kate Spade Initial Pendant ($58):
You can’t go wrong with a classic, and this simple Kate Spade chain initial piece is about as timeless as it gets.
Maya Brenner Asymmetrical Letter Necklace ($120+):
The asymmetric placement of this letter necklace is totally unexpected, balancing out its super fine chain. Opt for sterling silver for everyday wear or 14K gold for special occasions.
Nashelle Identity Mini Coin Charm Bracelet ($60+):
With up to five coin charms available for this seven-inch double chain, you can spell out a short name or, if you’ve got a mouthful of a moniker, simply add letters for your first, middle, and last names.
Personal Monogram Name Ring ($24+):
Forget wearing your heart on your sleeve; why not wear your name on your ring? This personal monogram finger accessory makes it easy to do just that — as long as your title is eight characters or fewer.
Mejuri Engravable Bar Bracelet ($65):
This understated look is perfect for the minimalist-loving gal (or guy!) who wants to make a subtle statement. There's space for seven letters on the face of its delicate bar design, and it's also available in yellow gold for $189.
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