By Ashley Davis
Online jewelry sales during the pandemic have been uneven, but offering an entry-level item at an attainable price point is a great way to gain customers by way of relatively guilt-free purchases.

If jewelry shoppers can’t swing one of Grace Lee’s diamond pavé “Globe Rings,” or the marquise-, pear-, or trillion-shaped diamond “Globe Plus 9” style, they needn’t cross the designer off their wish list.

Instead, they can pick up one of the designer’s new pearl silk cord bracelets for a mere $138.

Featuring a 5 mm freshwater pearl on a silk cord with 14-karat yellow gold clasp, it comes in classic shades like black and gray or on-trend bright neon in pink, yellow and blue.

The style is perfect for layering, another top summer jewelry trend.

It’s ready to ship at

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