Top Jewelry Trends: What’s Hot and What’s Not This Fall
Looking for new jewelry to match your new fall outfits? Make sure you’re up on the newest jewelry trends. Stay up to date with our guide to fall jewelry trends.
Looking to update your jewelry this season?
Fall fashion is in full swing and your accessories can take your outfit to the next level. Purchasing some updated jewelry is an easy way to change your look without having to overhaul your entire closet and go on a shopping spree.
But what’s in right now? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
We’ve broken down the latest fall jewelry trends you need to check out.
Multiple pierces up the ear are all the rage this fall. But keep it subtle. There’s an elegant and classy way to rock this trend without allowing it to steal the show. You have a couple of options.
Go for studs all throughout the ear. You can select ones with small diamonds or other soft gems like opal, pearl or jade. You want the stack to go from larger in the front to smaller as you climb up the ear.
Another option is to wear a larger earing at the front of the lobe like a hoop or and then climb up the rest of the ear with smaller studs. If you aren’t a huge fan of studs, you could opt for a series of smaller hoops and stack those as well.
Layered Charms and Pendants
Layered necklaces are having a moment, especially in gold. Pieces that look like heirlooms or family treasures are hot since they bring an authenticity and antique feel to the look.
Think about getting a gold necklace with gold coin or charm about the size of a quarter. You can pair it with something more delicate that hangs higher on your chest.
The key to layering necklaces is not to overdo it and to avoid having them rest on each other so they look like one piece.
You want to be able to see each piece on its own and create levels with the jewelry.
Statement Eternity Band
These make great wedding bands, especially if you don’t want to wear them with your engagement ring.
People are loving an emerald or Ascher cut eternity band with relatively large stones so the piece stands on its own and carries some serious bling when worn by itself.
If you’re not married but still want something like this, consider wearing them as for promise rings or gift yourself one and wear it on another finger.
Three Stone Rings
Three stone rings have a classic, almost antique feel to them. Plus, you’re getting more jewels in one place and who can be mad about that? People in the spotlight like Meghan Markle have made three stone rings trendy again.
The good news here is you can get a smaller center stone and amp it up with the side stones to make it appear more substantial. A small stone alone will look meager but flank it with more jewels and you can create a stunning piece that catches the eye.
Celebs are wearing a lot of colorful pieces lately and the trend is only growing. You’ll see a lot of small diamond pieces from necklaces to earrings and tennis bracelets that cover the gamut of colors.
The jewelry almost looks like you’re wearing a rainbow. The key to making the trend work is setting the pieces in gold, not silver, white gold or platinum. The colors make it so you can wear any other gold set jewelry with them and never clash.
Emeralds are beginning to take the place of diamond rings as we’re seeing more people wear them during their engagement or opt for an emerald green stone wedding bend.
We’re also seeing emerald statement earrings on the red carpet. And because emeralds are in the antique family and feel vintage, you don’t need to have perfect clarity in order to find the right stone.
You can opt for an emerald that looks worn and has some flaws. It will give the piece character and make it seem timeless.
Clear or lucite jewelry is everywhere this season. You can find bangles and hoop earrings in this material all over the place. Swap out your gold hoops for lucite ones to be one trend.
The key with lucite or clear jewelry is to make sure the pieces are big enough to be seen. If you opt for measly pieces, they’ll get lost on you and be a waste of money. You want them to stand out even though they’re clear!
Lucite pendant necklaces are also very on point and tie two trends together at once.
These aren’t just for your grandma anymore. There’s an updated way to rock pearls and we’re loving it. Be sure any pearl piece you buy has an edge to it.
There should be something a little unique and offbeat about the setting and the materials that surround the pearl. This is how you keep it from looking too traditional or matronly.
Mix the timelessness of the stone with the modernity of trendy jewelry right now.
Chains are back in a big way, especially in gold. You can wear them as bracelets or necklaces. Don’t go crazy though!
Chains shouldn’t be worn in layers. If you’re going to wear them, pick one and stick to it. Go for a chunky, thicker chain and allow the piece to be the staple of your ensemble.
Be sure when you wear the chain, you keep the rest of your look subtle. Try jeans, a white t-shirt and a black blazer with some great heels. The chain will add some unexpected flair and edge to an otherwise traditional look.
Enjoy the Latest Jewelry Trends Today
Now that you’re up to speed on the latest jewelry trends, incorporate some new pieces into your rotation to spice up your look.
See if you have any of these trendy pieces lying around the house. Sometimes the pieces we store in the back of our jewelry box come back into style before we even know it.
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