Jewelry Trends for 2021

Jewelry Trends for 2021

Let's be honest, this past season was dominated by lounge wear, sweatpants and slippers (I am raising my hand as well). But now that Spring is here its time to pop out fresh with style and confidence and this is where shedding winter layers for jewelry layers will be the ultimate goal for the Spring 2021 season.

Its all about the Earring!

Yep, statement earrings never really went out of style but considering that half our faces are covered in a mask one of the only ways we can show off our individual style is with a statement earring. So don't be afraid to wear those big hoops, and big statement earrings such as the Maria Earrings. Big Red Rhinestone encrusted earrings that are throw backs to 1992 are what we are talking about for this Spring Bling season.

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Heavy Metal Life

Chains, chains and lots of chains is really on trend for Spring 2021. Chunky statement pieces like the Double Chain Farrah Necklace, the Queens Coin Choker and the Nephtali Necklace featuring double and triple layer chains is both beautiful and screams, "Confident Queen"

 

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That 90's Vibe

Low rise jeans and wide bottom jeans are back (I literally bought like 3 pairs as soon as I found out) and what goes better with low rise jeans then charmed bracelets. No, not the ones your mom and grandma wear from Pandora NO! These are a ode to Cesar and the Roman empire because they feature coins which are totally on trend for 2021. In a time where we are trying hard to create the best out of a lockdown and pandemic these coin bracelets are said to symbolize creating your own luck.

Check out the Mina Bracelet a gold plated beauty featuring not one but 4 coins. Talk about lucky charms! 

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