Spring might seem like ages away, but the reality is that it's right around the corner. In just a couple of months, you'll be shedding your winter layers and slipping into something a little lighter. Not too long ago, we briefed you on the hottest spring/summer 2020 trends to know, and today, we're chatting with you about the finer things: jewelry trends. We saw ample amounts of fresh jewelry trends on display on the runways this season, and we're excited for you to figure out which one is the best fit for you. Who knows? You just might want to try all of them out.
We also know that jewelry—both fine and costume designer—can come at a high price point, but now, thanks to Nordstrom, you're able to shop the newest spring jewelry trends at prices that won't make you cringe. Ahead, get ready to see the five runway trends we're loving for spring—each accompanied by a slew of shopping options all found at Nordstrom.
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What's better than two earrings? One. Models walked lopsided down the runway thanks to their uneven lobes. (Just joking!) Single earrings are trending once again, and the more abstract, the better.
Got links? Large chains are officially a trend yet again after having so much success last season. What was once a neck dripping in delicately layered necklaces is now adorned with one massive chain-link statement piece. Feel free to add this trend to your ears and fingers as well.
Mother Nature was well represented this season in both the accessory and ready-to-wear markets alike. Take particular note of large shells and raffia-clad pieces, as they are already taking center stage.
Spheres and orbs were odd, but they're the thrilling jewelry trends we saw bubble up this season. We're excited to see how the sartorial set styles them in the coming months. For now, stay ahead of the curve and buy a circular item for yourself before everyone else.
Yes, pearls are a thing again, but this spring, we're seeing them emerge a little more refined and a little less abstract. This doesn't mean they aren't as interesting as before—they're just a little more grown-up without looking like your grandmother's.