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Five Jewelry Trends You Should Be Wearing This Year

We’ve rounded up the five hottest jewelry trends of the year and where to find them. From timeless gold hoops to funky floral pieces, discover everything you need to know about the jewelry trends of the year that are too good to pass up.

The Hottest Jewelry Trends Of The Year And Where To Shop Them.

Statement jewelry is finally making a comeback. Designers of 2019 are gracing the world with their contemporary twists on classic styles—from chunky chains to bejeweled bouquets.

Timeless Hoops

If there’s a jewelry trend that truly never fades, it’s hoops. This year's top designers have revolutionized the classic hoop by introducing abstract, asymmetrical, and bulkier shapes that are impossible to miss.

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Here are three designers hoop styles that are wowing the jewelry world:

Today’s designers are taking hoops to the next level by presenting their unexpected, dramatic, and one-of-a-kind styles.

Charming

Remember those adorable charm bracelets you begged your mom for as a girl? Well, they’re back... Strawberries, rainbows, hearts, and all! With the endless variety of charms out there, this is a trend you can easily customize to make your own.

Pioneers of the luxury world, such as Versace and Alexander McQueen, are designing sleek modern versions of this original look. California designer, Ariel Gordon, reinvents the quintessential dainty, fruity style with her Frutta Charm Bracelet.

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Linked Together

Whether you enjoy subtle minimalist jewels or more daring ensembles, there are chain-linked styles for every type of individual. This jewelry trend is taking the world by storm with a wide range of stunning options for every occasion. Luxury brands like Misho and Zoe Chicco have incredible collections of chains from chunky chain necklaces to sleek linked earrings.

Chain-linked styles: a jewelry trend that is taking the world by storm. Luxury brands are launching collections for women and men | Talsam

Starstruck

This year, luxury brands are featuring celestial elements in their jewelry designs. From constellation engravings, star-shaped pendants, and gemstones that match the deep dreamy hues of a night sky, you’ll be starry-eyed over these ethereal looks.

Resembling a shooting star in motion, Saint Laurent’s Stars & Love Star Earrings will make your moonlit dreams come true.

Ross Simons’ Lapis Crescent Moon Necklace is a sophisticated statement piece that’s out of this world.

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Flower Garden

If you thought flowers were only for one type of person, we’re here to tell you otherwise. This year’s runway-shows flaunted groundbreaking trends in the floral department.

Simone Rocha’s Red Flower Earrings and Miu Miu’s Gold-Tone Enamel and Crystal Earrings are perfect for the garden goddess who loves a vibrant statement piece.

For the more classic flower lover, Mejuri’s Flower Studs and Shaun Leane’s Rose Gold Vermeil Cherry Blossom Diamond Flower Pendant will make a wonderful addition to your year-round wardrobe. This years’ designers are proving that flowers can bloom long after spring.

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An inspiring piece of jewelry that connects to your smartphone.


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