Do you love jewelry? Do you want to work from home? Would you like to have your own online jewelry store, but don’t have the funds to invest in an e-commerce website?
The direct sales industry has made it easier than ever to have your very own home-based business within the fashion industry. Not only are these business opportunities affordable, but they also give you all the tools, training, and support needed to be successful.
If you’ve been thinking about launching a home-based business, and you love jewelry, style, and accessories — here is a list of direct sales companies that sell jewelry and accessories:
Azuli Skye has been in business since 2008. They're known for their high quality, affordable jewelry. Consultants can earn 25-40 percent commission on personal sales. Their SkyeDreams Starter Kit costs $159. Azuli Skye is a member of the Direct Selling Association.
While cabi's main focus is on high-end clothing, they do include a new line of jewelry each season that compliments that clothing line perfectly. With this home business opportunity, you can earn 25-33 percent commission on all items you sell, plus additional commission on team sales. Pieces range in price from $39 – $249, so there is a lucrative earning potential.
Christian Bling sells faith-inspired jewelry. Consultants can earn 20 – 29 percent commission on sales. Last I read, the startup kit was $199 + $9.95 a month for your website.
Compelling-Creations sells jewelry with faith-inspired messages. Their startup kit is $129 and includes a free website for one month. Direct Sales Consultants can earn 30-45 percent on personal sales and additional commission for team building activities. Compelling-Creations is a member of the Direct Selling Association.
Esbe Designs sells handcrafted jewelry designed by Sara Blaine. Consultants can earn 25 – 35 percent commission on personal sales. Startup kits range from $599 – $2,499.
Fifth Avenue Collection consultants can earn 50 percent commission on personal sales. Starter kits range in price from $250 – $1,500. This opportunity is open to US, UK, Canadian, South African, Australian, and New Zealand residents.
Initial Outfitters is a Christian-inspired direct sales company that sells engraved jewelry, personalized kitchen supplies, as well as monogrammed handbags, home decor, and gifts. With their HUGE product line, there is something for everybody! Consultants can earn 20–35 percent commission on sales, or an average of $40-$50 per hour while at a home party. Startup kits range in price from $79 – $199. Initial Outfitters is a member of the Direct Selling Association, and they have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
jBloom sells personalized jewelry, accessories, and gifts. Starter kits range in price from $99 – $199 and Consultants can earn 40 percent commission on personal sales and additional commissions for recruiting a team. jBloom is a member of the Direct Selling Association.
Just Jewelry sells jewelry, handbags, watches, clothing and more! Consultants can earn 50 percent commission on sales and starter kits range in price from $99 – $399.
Kalypso TwistZ sells unique interchangeable jewelry. Jewelry Therapist can earn 30–35 percent commission on sales. Startup fees range in price from $149 – $499.
KEEP Collective sells customizable jewelry and accessories to commemorate the moments that matter. Designers can earn 25-35 percent commission on personal sales and unlimited rewards on team sales. Startup kits range in price from $79 – $349. KEEP Collective is a Stella & Dot Family Brand, and it is open to US and Candian residents.
Launched in 2013, La Senorita Jolie sells stylish and casual jewelry, accessories, and clothing ranging in price from $15 – $135. Stylists earn 30 percent commission on personal sales and more if they decide to build a team. Startup kits range in price from $299 – $1,100. La Senorita Jolie is a member of the Direct Selling Association.
Magnabilities sells personalized magnetic jewelry. Consultants can earn 40 percent profit on insert sales and 25 percent on base jewelry. Starter kits range in price from $20 – $249. Your website is free for one month, then costs $12.95 a month. Magnabilities is a member of the Direct Selling Association.
Magnolia and Vine sells interchangeable jewelry. Consultants can earn up to 40 percent commission on sales. Startup fees range in price from $99 – $199. Magnolia and Vine is open to US and Candian residents.
My Clique Jewelry sells sterling silver, hand-crafted, interchangeable jewelry. Consultants earn 25-33 percent commission on sales. The starter kit costs $199 and comes with over $800 in jewelry.
The Noonday Collection is a socially responsible direct sales company that uses jewelry to create financial opportunities for people around the world; hence, selling artisan, hand-crafted, fair trade jewelry and accessories. Ambassadors can earn 20-30 percent commission on sales. Startup kits range in price from $199 – $699. Noonday Collection has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Origami Owl sells personalized jewelry and has recently added a scent component with essential oils. Designers earn 20–50 percent commission on sales. Starter kits range in price from $159 – $699. Origami Owl is a member of the Direct Selling Association, and they have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Paparazzi has a unique concept; all their jewelry cost just $5 per item. Consultants earn 45 percent commission on sales. Starter kits range in price from $99 – $499.
Park Lane Jewelry launched in 1955 by Arthur and Shirley LeVi. Consultants earn 30 percent commission on sales and can get started for as little as $39. Otherwise, starter kits range from $120 – $500.
Plunder Designs sells unique, vintage-inspired jewelry. Starter kits range in price from $99 – $497. I wasn't able to find any information on the commission structure, so be sure to research it further if you're interested in this opportunity.
Premier Designs sells a wide array of jewelry from classic wardrobe staples to the latest trends. Jewelers receive 50 percent commission on personal sales, plus an additional 10% commission on recruits in the first three levels. Premier Designs is a member of the Direct Selling Association.
Sabika Jewelry was started by a child abuse survivor, Karin Mayr. Besides selling jewelry, and empowering women with a social selling opportunity, Sabika gives back to the organization CASA. Consultants earn 20 – 30 percent commission on sales as well as commissions on team building activities. Starter kits range in price from $100 – $650. Sabika Jewelry is a member of the Direct Selling Association.
Sseko Designs is an ethical fashion company that sells sandals, leather bags, jewelry, and accessories. Startup kits range in price from $99 (for students) to $299.99 – $999.99 for non-students. Fellows can earn up to 30 percent commission on personal and team sales, and up to 50 percent off of Sseko products.
Seen on Hollywood’s hottest celebs, Stella & Dot is a social selling company geared towards strong women like you. Created and designed by Jessica Herrin, Stella & Dot is a smart and stylish business that offers flexibility and fabulous rewards. Stylists earn 25-30 percent in commission and startup costs range from $199 – $699. They even have a new Covet Collection which includes fine jewelry with diamonds and 14k gold, as well as supple pebble-grain leather handbags and accessories.
Founded by three direct sellers, StyleDots sells interchangeable jewelry and accessories. The starter kit is $199, and it comes with $800 in product and supplies.
Touchstone Crystal sells jewelry made exclusively with Swarovski Crystals and Zirconia. Consultants earn 25-40 percent commission on sales and starter kits range from $139 – $299.
Traci Lynn Jewelry sells jewelry made of high-quality materials such as cubic zirconia, rhodium plating, and Austrian crystals. Consultants earn up to 50 percent commission on sales. Starter kits range in price from $199 – $649, and there is a $60 annual membership fee. Traci Lynn Jewelry is a member of the Direct Selling Association, and they have a B- rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Trades of Hope supports women in difficult circumstances (women who are living in war-torn countries or who have chronic diseases or are physically challenged). Trades of Hope helps these women by selling their products through the home party model so that they can earn a living. The end products are artisan-crafted jewelry, handbags, scarves, home decor, and stationery from around the world. Compassionate Entrepreneurs can earn 25-35 percent commission on sales and starter kits range in price from $99 – $199. Trades of Hope is a member of the Direct Selling Association and the Fair Trade Federation.
Vantel Pearls sells pearl discovery kits and jewelry. Currently, their business opportunity is on hold, but you can add your name to their waitlist for when they open their doors again. Vantel Pearls is a member of the Direct Selling Association.
Yanbal sells jewelry that is hand-crafted in Peru and Colombia. Style Advisors can earn 35 percent commission on sales, and the starter kit is $199. Yanbal has more than half a million Style Advisors in 11 countries in North America, Central America, South America, and Europe.
ZYMBOL sells inspirational jewelry based on ONE design element that contains every letter of the alphabet and every number, hidden in an intricate design. Startup kits range in price from $99 – $399 plus a $ 14.95-month fee for your website and back office. Consultants can earn up to 45 percent commission on personal sales, and additional commission for building a team.
Any other direct sales companies that sell jewelry? Drop me a line below, and I'll add it to the list. Or let me know what you LOVE about the fashion company that you're with — love to hear from you!
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Originally published September 25, 2016. Content updated March 27, 2018.
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