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You may love a trend you’ve seen on TikTok or Pinterest but chances are, you won’t wear the trend every day. With so many fleeting “it” items, it can be hard to invest, style, and re-wear everything you see as you scroll. That’s why I personally love the jewelry trends for 2024—so many of the trends are actually wearable, classic, and applicable to a real wardrobe.
Jewelry is easy to change out but many people (myself included) tend to wear the same pieces day after day—and with good reason. You may have a piece of jewelry with great significance, like a family heirloom or an engagement ring, that adds style and personal purpose to your outfit. Or, you may use trendy costume jewelry to transform the staple pieces in your closet and give them new life. Either way, there’s no wrong way to accessorize.
If you’re obsessed with vintage shopping or digging through heirloom jewelry boxes, I have good news for you. According to Nicole Wegman, CEO and Founder of RingConcierge, “Chunky gold chains and big statement earrings are back in a big way. Think of your grandmother’s jewelry collection, reimagined in a modern and chic way.”
The 2024 jewelry trends are exciting because they are a continuation and rejuvenation of trends we’ve seen before. If you’re a classic dresser and prefer to spend your money on high-quality timeless pieces, you’ll love the sparkly diamond hoops or necklaces that were popular during fashion week.
“A classic diamond tennis necklace or diamond tennis bracelet is as timeless as it gets, but they’re also having a moment. These are the perfect pieces to start your jewelry wardrobe, and we’re seeing lots of our clients buy them in our multiple different settings that suit their individual personalities and budgets,” says Wegman.
If diamonds aren’t your thing, long-layered necklaces, simple pendants, and jewel chokers are all in the 2024 jewelry trend line-up. Each of these trends has seen popularity in different historical eras and it looks like they’re all ready to make an appearance in the new year.
If you want to get a head start on shopping the 2024 trends or are looking for holiday gift inspiration (hint hint), you’ll want to keep scrolling. I’ve compiled shoppable (and affordable!) options for the six biggest jewelry trends you’ll see in 2024. Happy shopping!
The classic gold hoop earring may have dominated your jewelry box over the last few years but it’s time to add a little sparkle to your everyday ear stack. Diamond hoops are trending for 2024 and once you get a pair, you’ll never want to take them off. Since earrings frame your face, choosing a pair with bling will automatically help light up your complexion. Designer brands like Alessandra Rich, Altuzarra, and Chanel demonstrated how a formal pair of diamond hoops can work with more casual pieces like a leather jacket or cardigan. Whether you invest in real diamonds or a pair of costume jewelry hoops, you can’t go wrong with this trend.
If you like wearing the same stack of jewelry every day (guilty!), a pair of huggie hoops will fit right into your collection. I love the lab-grown diamond accent on this pair of 18k gold vermeil-coated silver hoops by The Future Rocks. If you have multiple piercings, this is also a great pair to wear higher up your ear.
This pair of 18k gold vermeil and diamond hoops is big enough to make a statement but still practical to wear on a daily basis. Wear these with your hair up to give them the attention they deserve.
Diamond Tennis Necklace & Bracelet
Tennis necklaces and bracelets have been considered a big ticket gift for years but the diamond strands are starting to take a more casual presence.
Wegman says, “The days of only wearing diamonds for special events are long gone, and we’re all in on sporting your tennis pieces with a simple outfit for that effortlessly put-together look.”
This mini diamond tennis necklace is the perfect piece to layer with your other everyday jewelry or wear as a statement on its own. It’s available in a half-diamond or eternity setting and would be the ultimate holiday gift.
The fashion crowd in New York City loves the jewelry brand Dorsey. Last week I talked to three different girls sporting this stunning lab-grown tennis necklace. It has all the sparkle of a natural diamond at a fraction of the price.
A bangle is a simple, yet powerful piece of jewelry. You can take a somewhat boring outfit, like a sweater and jeans, and completely transform it with a bangle or two. Simply scrunch up your sleeves and get stacking. Designers like Chloé and Tory Burch let metallic bangles have their moment on the runway. If you’re wearing a cuff-style bangle, as seen in Chloé’s spring/summer ’24 collection, you just need a singular piece to nail the trend.
This chunky domed cuff from Madewell is an affordable way to get in on the trend. You can also mix this silver bangle with gold jewelry.
If you ever need additional inspiration on how to style bangles, I highly recommend following J. Crew’s creative director Olympia Gayot on Instagram. She styles a stack of bangles with her outfits almost every day which is why it’s no surprise that there are plenty of bangles to choose from on J. Crew’s website.
There’s a regal essence to this 2024 jewelry trend. Bejeweled chokers are equal parts trendy and royal. Whether you want to channel a fairytale princess or Taylor Swift’s Midnights era (one could argue they are the same thing), this trend is the epitome of glamorous. Take notes from the Chanel, Versace, and Dior runways and acquire a bejeweled choker for your next special event.
If you love to wear color, then this rainbow jewel choker from Bauble Bar is the pick for you. This style would also look great layered with gold jewelry.
I love the hanging jewels on this colorful choker from Kate Spade. If you have a velvet or jewel-toned dress hanging in your closet, this necklace would be the perfect match.
The Singular Pendant
Sometimes, less really is more. There’s been a strong emphasis on jewelry stacking over the past few years—the more pieces you layer over the better. But recently, a few designers have taken it upon themselves to break through the stack and emphasize a singular pendant piece. Designer brands that have an overall focus on minimalism like 3.1 Phillip Lim and Bevza brought back the long pendant necklace in the spring/summer ’24 collections.
This long pendant necklace is meant to have a vintage look to it. The turquoise color will pop against a white T-shirt and elevate a simple look.
This long necklace has a subtle beachy vibe to it because the pendant looks like a shell. Wearing it will help you bring the carefree energy of summer with you all year long.
Geometric Metal Earrings
Last year, Bottega Veneta was literally in everybody’s ear with their large silver and gold drop earrings. Other designers took the “yes, and” approach in their spring/summer ’24 collections and expanded on the large metallic motif. The silver earrings included in the Brandon Maxwell and Missoni shows almost have an extraterrestrial look to them. This is definitely a strong moment instead of a classic item so it may be best to purchase a more affordable version of this trend.
This pair of wavy geometric earrings from Anthropologie are right on trend. Plus, if you love them, they also come in gold.
I love the vintage art-deco look of this pair of gold stud earrings from Madewell. These would be such a fun accessory for a holiday party.
Layers on Layers
Whether you love it or hate it, this Y2K trend is finally taking its turn at a comeback. Long layered necklaces have re-entered the chat at top fashion houses like Louis Vuitton, Burberry, and Chanel. This trend has come in and out of style consistently over the past few decades which means it’s a great style to shop for at your local vintage stores.
The layered necklace look inherently has a boho vibe which means you can always count on Free People to carry some version of the trend. This necklace combination comes in four different color options.
You don’t have to spend time creating the perfect necklace stack because you can buy it already created for you. This combination of textures, colors, and chains from 8 Other Reasons is such a cute take on the trend.
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