The runway served up a profusion of inspiration worth holding onto for the next six months or more. We are throwing light on the definitive jewelry trends.
Some of the jewelry trends are in sync with what we saw on the Fall/Winter 2019 runways back in February, counting glitzy rhinestone-bedecked earrings like those at Loewe and arts and crafts-inspired designs, like the cool earrings spotted at Stella McCartney. We also witness a number of Instagram-worthy styles that first appeared over summer, but also a hint at what might be big in the months to come.
If you are obsessed with jewelry like us, or simply want to catch up on the latest trends to know, scroll down to discover the biggest jewelry street style trends from fashion month and shop the picks to get ahead of the curve for the coming season.
Hoop earrings never really left the scene, but get ready to see them super sized. Making another comeback, this accessory will be of the biggest trends. You need these statement-making accessory to elevate your style.
The runway witnessed the chains getting bigger and bigger. Chunky chains have taken over the dainty jewelry and if the recent runways trends are any clue, this trend is only going to get bigger in the coming seasons. A chunky chain adds an extra cool factor to any look so big or go home with this statement necklace trend.
Pearls are still going strong for this season. The fresh wave of pearl jewelry is sleek and contemporary. Nothing that you might find in your grandma’s jewelry box. The traditional material made appearances in just about every form—from single drop earrings to layered necklaces and even on headpieces.
Move over gold & silver. Spring always encourages a transformed appr eciation for bright color stories and that applies to jewelry trends as well. This season brought on an blast of color for Spring 2020's jewelry. Channel your inner kids, the look is all about having fun with your accessories.
Appealing to both -maximalist and minimalist sensibilities, there is something about the structured metal collar that grabs the eye and is easy to wear with anything in the wardrobe.