The nineties and noughties have been huge influences on fashion for the past few seasons. It’s taken a while for jewelry trends to catch up to apparel, but that’s all changing. What started with a trend for chokers has now expanded into a full-blown 90s jewelry revival. Here we explore the key looks from this trend.
Dramatic Drop Earrings
Earrings were BIG in the nineties, and none were bigger than the drop earring. The drop earrings of the ’90s were dramatically long, the longer the better. Long sparkly drop earrings were a red carpet staple. The look was championed by the biggest celebrities of the decade. You can recreate the look with these styles.
Butterflies were THE insect of the era. Butterflies appeared on everything from hair clips, to tattoos, jewelry, and even a Mariah Carey album Butterflies have always had an ongoing appeal as a symbol of rebirth, resurrection, change, hope, and life. Shop these stunning butterfly pieces for a beautiful symbolic addition to your jewelry box.
Sex and The City was the TV show that defined a decade. Fans know that one of the most defining moments of the series was when Carrie Bradshaw loses her beloved nameplate necklace. The “Carrie” necklace was one of the most iconic items of the ’90s, with fans rushing to get their own nameplate necklaces. If you missed the trend first time round, you’ve now got a second chance to live your SATC fantasies.
When you look through pictures of celebrities and everyday people in the ’90s pretty much every other pic includes a cross necklace. The look was worn by everyone from Jennifer Aniston to Whitney Houston. Here are some cross necklaces you can wear to work the trend.
Anyone who grew up in the 90s knew the allure and appeal of a classic charm bracelet. These have remained a popular jewelry item to give as gifts at birthdays and christenings. Now, this timeless classic is back in vogue as a fashion statement.
Whichever 90s trend you choose you can find gorgeous handmade pieces from the Phoenix Roze collection.