Chloe + Isabel Jewelry

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Who are Chloe + Isabel?

The Chloe + Isabel Brand was inspired by a concept we call “The Friendship Philosophy” – the idea of two best friends with different personalities and styles, united by their passion for style and self-expression. Chloe and Isabel are names that represent the two personalities we see in our customers, our Merchandisers, and ourselves.

“Chloe” is a fearless fashionista, always in search of the season’s hottest trends, while “Isabel” appreciates, above all, timeless, beautifully-crafted pieces. Whether you’re a Chloe, an Isabel, or a Chloe-bel (that’s a bit of both!), we are a destination for all women!

Our Jewelry

 

BEAUTIFULLY CRAFTED. INSPIRED. EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY.

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We take great joy in designing gorgeous, finely-detailed and affordable pieces for the stylish women of today – jewelry you won’t find anywhere else.

  • Each piece is hand-designed in our NYC studio, branded with signature c+i closures, and packaged in keepsake pouches
  • All of our jewelry is hypoallergenic, nickel-free, and lead safe
  • We offer a lifetime replacement and 30-day money back guarantee on every piece
  • We are inspired by a “Provence meets Paris” take on French country chic
  • From timeless to fashion-driven, our pieces start at just $24

How we keep our quality high and our prices low

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Chloe + Isabel jewelry is produced by the world’s best-known manufacturers, responsible for collections found in high-priced boutiques and departments stores, yet we sell our pieces at a fraction of the cost. How do we do it? Cutting out the middlemen. By designing and sourcing directly from our NYC studio, and distributing through our Merchandisers, we eliminate the typical costly overhead and high price markups of retail. We pass these savings on in the form of better prices for our customer.

 

 

A Note about social responsibility

We work only with partners who share our values. Our manufacturers have rigorous compliance standards against which they’re constantly assessed. They’re responsible for upholding production and sourcing practices across areas such as human rights, health/safety, and fair wages.