Spring's hottest jewelry trends
What’s new in fine jewelry trends? The Jewelry Information Center has some answers.
The center unveiled what it thinks are the hottest trends in fine jewelry this season, and chances are, you’re already seeing these in stores. Many of these trends are across the board, from fine jewelry to costume. Here’s the trend report:
Two stand-out styles emerge: the button and the ear climber. Buttons were popular in the 1950s and then again in the 1980s. Today, button earrings are scaled down in size. Popular styles include small clusters of colored gemstones, colored gemstones with light pink hue (such as morganite, kunzite and pink quartz), tasteful floral designs and pave diamond ovals. Ear climbers, as the name connotes, literally reach up the earlobe towards the temple creating a dramatic effect. Snakes and leaves are often used, giving this style an organic look.
Large necklaces are shaping up to be a significant accessory. Inspired by scarves, necklaces are long with tassel ends, often tied and wrapped. Another popular style is the classic, chic chain-link necklace, but it’s shorter and worn closer to the neck. Bold pendants in the shapes of falcons, eagles, feathers and snakes often come to life in oxidized sterling silver.
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