6 Cool Jewelry Brands Everyone Will Wear in 2019

It’s no secret that chunky jewelry will be taking over this fall as the biggest accessory trend to wear and is destined to have a ubiquitous presence on the street style scene over the next month. There are plenty of cool ways to incorporate the trend into your wardrobe this fall, whether you wear a chunky gold necklace as we saw everywhere during Copenhagen Fashion Week, stack up a few architectural rings, or opt for sculptural earrings. But I’d like to focus on the best brand to find pieces from for the season ahead.

There are a number of jewelry designers who are tapping into chunky jewelry that I’m predicting will be more popular than any others. Ahead, discover six cool jewelry brands tapping into the chunky jewelry trend for fall. Each of them has a unique take on the trend that fashion insiders are guaranteed to be wearing this year and shop my edit of the best pieces to buy.

Bottega Veneta

There is no doubt that Bottega Veneta helped put the chunky jewelry trend of the map for fall. You can count on seeing its yellow gold pieces and oversize silhouettes more and more next month.

Brinker & Eliza

Every piece from Connecticut-based brand Brinker & Eliza is made by hand by its mother-daughter co-founders. Most of the designs have a nautical inspiration behind them, with details like rope chains and sailor's braids.

Laura Lombardi

If you're looking for sustainable jewelry, turn to Brooklyn-based designer Laura Lombardi whose pieces are crafted from a combination of new and reclaimed metals.

Sophie Buhai

L.A.-based designer Sophie Buhai is known for her beautiful sculptural designs. Pay special attention to her silver jewelry as the trend gains footing this fall.

Moya

London-based jewelry brand Moya's collection is punctuated by oversize silhouettes, twisted metal, and teardrop shapes. This on-the-rise brand is definitely one to keep on your radar.

J. Hannah

With a collection of elegant and understated pieces, J. Hannah's designs use timeless jewelry as a starting point but are made to feel 100% modern.