The Biggest Jewelry Trends of 2020

The Biggest Jewelry Trends Of 2020

Image of Assorted Gem Rings

A new year and the new decade are just around the corner. With a new year comes new jewelry trends, hot off the 2020 runways. We’ve rounded up the biggest jewelry and accessory trends from fashion month.

Juxtaposed Gemstones

Jewel shades and intriguing juxtapositions of gemstones were a key trend on the 2020 runways in New York, London, Paris & Milan. Brandon Maxwell’s show was a perfect example of the trend. Choose pieces with multiple colors or stones like this Amethyst Enamel Ring. Or you can also try stacking multiple rings with different colored gems.

Image of Amethyst Enamel Ring

Amethyst Enamel Ring, $595

Image of Sapphire Baguette Ring
Sapphire Baguette Ring, $1150
Image of Yellow & Pink Diamond Ring
Yellow & Pink Diamond Ring, $14,950
Image of Ruby Baguette Ring
Ruby Baguette Ring, $1150
Image of Emerald Baguette Ring
Emerald Baguette Ring, $1150

Oversized Chains

Chains next year are going to be big in every sense. Oversized chains have been growing as a trend for the past few seasons. As we ring in the New Year this trend is set to explode to even bigger proportions. XL chains were seen everywhere as necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings. 

Image of Women’s Chain Link Ring

Women’s Chain Link Ring, $495
Image of Love Knot Bracelet
Love Knot Bracelet, $225

Vintage Style Jewelry

Vintage jewelry will get a bohemian twist next year as designers take inspiration from the Victorian era. Coming back into fashion are cameos, intaglios, signet rings, shields and broaches. Cameos adored the necks of models at Anna Sui. Artist Julie Wolfe contributed to the trend with a mix of cameos and intaglios. 

 

Image of Panther Shield Gold Necklace
Panther Shield Gold Necklace, $495
Image of Women’s Gold Signet Ring
Women’s Gold Signet Ring, $695
Image of Unicorn Impressed Wax Seal Necklace
Unicorn Impressed Wax Seal Necklace, $225


Hoops, Hoops, Hoops

Hoops will be one of the biggest earring trends for the coming year. The trend ranges from dainty delicate hoops all the way up to almost ridiculously oversized hoops. Statement bar hoops like this gold and diamond pave pair from Phoenix Roze are the perfect way to work the trend in real life.

Image of Vertical Diamond Bar Hoops
Vertical Diamond Bar Hoops, $1100
Image of Large Gold & Diamond Hoops
Large Gold & Diamond Hoops, $2850

Sea & Sand Inspired Jewels

Found objects were a common theme across jewelry types. Some of the more common objects mixed together were inspired by the sea and sand. Coral shapes, pearls and seashells were used by many designers. You can recreate the look at home by layering up your sea inspired jewelry, like this gold shell necklace.

 

Image of Gold Shell Necklace
Gold Shell Necklace, $345
Image of Gold Shark Tooth Necklace
Gold Shark Tooth Necklace, $595

Image of Seahorse Charm Necklace
Seahorse Charm Necklace, $345
Image of Starfish Charm Necklace
Starfish Charm Necklace, $295

Single Statement Earrings

You don’t always need a pair of earrings to make a big statement. Single, and proud, earrings were a common feature of next season’s collections. Single earrings need to be big and bold enough to look deliberate, so choose dangley, oversized styles. Buy the pair, wear one now, then wear them both in a year or so when the solo trend inevitably passes. 

Image of Gold Bar Hoop Earrings
Gold Bar Hoop Earrings, $395
Image of Black Diamond Laurel Earrings
Black Diamond Laurel Earrings, $950

Whichever trend you choose, now is the time to start adopting these jewelry trends for 2020. The festive shopping season is fast approaching. Start bookmarking and dropping hints about the items you want to wear next year.

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