ABLE is an ethical fashion brand that employs and empowers women as a solution to end poverty. They’re deeply devoted to quality – both in the products we make and the quality of life we aim to provide. They invest in, train, and educate women so they can earn a living, break the cycle of poverty, and thrive.

I’m so honored to be able to partner with ABLE to bring you this minimalist, handmade, California-inspired jewelry collection. While I certainly have several cherished ABLE pieces in my wardrobe  (a certain puff shoulder tee and some block heeled boots immediately come to mind) what really has drawn me in is their mission-driven approach to business and commitment to ethical and sustainable practices. It’s so rare to find in the fashion world, and as soon as I heard their story, I knew I’d be a fan forever.

All of their jewelry — including each piece in this collection — is made in-house, by hand in Nashville, TN (shown in the photos above). Each piece from this collection is crafted with 14K gold-fill or gold-plated Vermeil to ensure your pieces will last for years to come. The Stephanie Coin Necklace and Conni Ear Hugs are easy, effortless, everyday pieces; and the Julia Hammered Teardrop Earrings and Megan Hammered Dome Ring are perfect to wear when you want to add a little something special to even the most simple of outfits. Whether you pair the pieces together or wear them separately, I hope these pieces will bring you joy and make you feel empowered when you wear them.

The truth is, I care most deeply about the woman who is ultimately going to wear the pieces I design. It’s my desire to come alongside that woman (that means YOU!) on her journey toward self-acceptance and self-worth that is not dependent on her physical body — and for that woman to know that she is worthy of the luxury of a piece of jewelry, no matter her size. I want that woman to remember her worth and value every time she puts on a piece of NB jewelry, knowing that she doesn’t need to change her body in order to be loved and accepted.