Jewelry designer Erin McDermott is creating jewelry that you can’t help but fall in love with. The pieces are timeless, versatile, and feminine. She is passionate about making you feel beautiful and confident when wearing one of her handcrafted designs. As a wife, mother, and business owner she understands the importance of creating jewelry that easily fits your day. Erin’s pieces are the ones you reach for first thing in the morning as you are running out the door, they quickly become a part of who you are, they feel personal, and I trust you will find it’s that little something that makes your outfit feel complete.

Visiting Erin in her studio, I am instantly drawn to its overall aesthetic. It is fresh and welcoming. Cozy club chairs invite you to take a seat and enjoy the view. Large glass jars filled with colorful beads bring attention to a farm table displaying Erin’s latest collections. Floating shelves flank the windows displaying her Coco Hill pieces, a collaboration with artist Kiki Slaughter. They are works of art in their own right. I can’t help but daydream of playing dress-up in this space, layering necklaces and stacking bangles up to my elbow.

Erin McDermott Jewelry

I gravitate towards Erin’s gold necklaces for their simplicity and ability to layer. They are something I would wear daily and pair with a bolder necklace for a date night or special event. Erin’s statement pieces are the perfect touch to any outfit, a great dress or jeans and a t-shirt. I love how the jewelry easily fits what I am wearing; it feels like it was designed just for me!

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Erin McDermott

Erin McDermott White, creator of Erin McDermott Jewelry, lives in Charlotte, NC, with her husband, daughter Coco, and bulldog Sukie. Her passion is to design and handcraft jewelry that makes you feel beautiful, “put together” and confident. Erin is inspired everyday by the world around her. She loves farmers’ markets, old diners, bakeries, sharpies, Rioja, the name of paint colors, layering, pink lady apples, exposed beams, grilled cheese, old cotton t-shirts, converse high-tops, counting the rings in tree stumps, docks, white & denim, black & white photos, the right stamp for the right letter, baby lotion, letterpress and the idea of living in a lighthouse.

Images by William Avery Photography, www.williamaveryphotography.com. Image of Erin's studio and headshot by Ariana Clare, www.arianaclare.com.