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In the blink of an eye, summer has left us and soon we'll be pulling out our cozy sweaters. Along with fall scarves, jackets, and hats...there are new trends in fall jewelry you should know about.
The dainty and "barely-there" pieces are giving way to bold, sparkly, and statement-making jewelry you can't ignore. Colors are popping, chains are larger-than-life, and earrings are no longer hiding. We've rounded up six fall jewelry trends to get you pumpkin-spice-ready for autumn!
We've been seeing more and more pearls as the days get shorter. But this year they're being updated in polished, baroque-inspired designs. Cameos are emerging as a "new" classic look, and perfectly spherical pearls are set to eclipse the freshwater shapes from the summer.
As we mentioned, fall jewelry is anything but subtle this year. The silver pieces are punk-rock-inspired with all manner of crosses, pins, and chains. Silver looks particularly good against stark, black outfits.
When you're thinking chains, think big, oversized chain-link necklaces. Today, more designers are expertly layering this look over sumptuous knits. It's a look we think you'll be seeing more and more of in cooler weather.
While keeping an eye on the Givenchy runway, we couldn't help but notice the combo of anklets with the full fashions. The anklet you've had on all summer is just as welcome in autumn. Models were layering theirs over tights, and you can even put them over your boots, too!
The fashion you thought was gone at the end of the last decade, has popped back up at the end of this one! Bib necklaces are undergoing a renaissance, and they're proving to be a great look for fall. The difference this time around: the glammed-up jewels and crystals paired with fall party dresses. Our estate collection is a great place to find one-of-a-kind bib necklaces.
It's always fun to freshen the wardrobe as the season changes, and with these new fall jewelry looks, you'll be ready for everything from bonfires to cocktail parties.