We’re kicking off the New Year with a report on jewelry trends for 2021. Whether you wear your favorite designs during a zoom meeting, or just around the house, nothing can elevate your mood more than when you’re wearing a piece of jewelry that you love. From diamonds to pearls, and everything in between, the jewelry trends for 2021 will give you inspiration to liven up the loungewear you’ve been wearing for the last ten months! Read on for the top ten jewelry trends for 2021.
1. Front Facing Hoops
We love a good hoop earring. For 2021 we’re seeing hoops in a different direction! Front facing styles are dominating, and we’re all for it!
Roberto Coin 18K Yellow Gold Love In Verona Diamond Earrings
Penny Preville Blue Sapphire Ombre Front Facing Hoop Earrings
Alson Signature Collection 14K White Gold Front Facing J-Hoop Diamond Earrings
2. Oval Engagement Rings
Oval engagement rings have been gaining in popularity over the last few years, and 2021 is no exception. An oval diamond is considered a fancy shape diamond with exquisite brilliance and fire. Whether you opt for an elongated oval, or a rounder, fatter version, an oval diamond is an ideal choice if you like the flash of a round brilliant, but want the uniqueness of an oval diamond.
Alson Signature Collection Platinum Micro Pave Engagement Ring, Featuring a 4.02 Carat Oval Diamond
ArtCarved 14K White Gold Diamond Oval Engagement Ring, Accented with Round Diamonds
Alson Signature Collection 18K White Gold Oval Halo Engagement Ring, Featuring a 1.03 Carat Oval Diamond, Accented with Round Diamonds in the Halo
3. Chain Links
Chain link necklaces and bracelets are very big this year. Not just in popularity, but also in size. The larger, the better!
Ippolita 18K Yellow Gold Classico 37.5″ Bastille Link Necklace
Ippolita Silver & 18K Yellow Gold Chimera Classico Mixed Wire and Hammered Disc Bracelet
Marco Bicego 18K Yellow & White Gold 7.75″ Marrakech Onde Diamond Bracelet
4. Celestial Charms
Reach for the sun, the stars and the moon with these fabulous celestial charms!
Monica Rich Kosann Silver Dream Large Crescent Moon Charm Necklace, Featuring Round White Sapphires on a 32″ Small Belcher Chain
Penny Preville 18K Rose Gold Diamond Little Stars & Moons Stations Necklace
Monica Rich Kosann 18K Yellow Gold Sun, Moon and stars Water Opal Crescent Moon Necklace
5. Pearl Earrings
The power of the pearl is strong for 2021. Pearls are always a classic look, however, we’re seeing pearl earring designs that have a more contemporary silhouette. We’re loving these pearl designs with a modern twist!
Penny Preville 18K Yellow Gold French Wire Earrings, Featuring Six South Sea Pearls, Accented with Round Diamonds
Mikimoto 18K White Gold Dangle Chain Earrings, Featuring (2) 6MM A+ Quality Akoya Cultured Pearls, Accented with Round Diamonds
Ippolita 18K Yellow Gold Nova Cultured Freshwater Pearl Curved Wire Earrings
6. Two-Stone Engagement Rings
Two-stone rings are a fairly new trend we’re starting to see in bridal jewelry. Combining two different shape diamonds makes for a very unique, one-of-a-kind setting. It allows the wearer to add a personal touch to their ring. Whether it be a sentimental touch adding a grandmother’s or mother’s diamond, or creating a ring that reflects your personal style, two-stone rings are perfect for the woman who craves something distinctive for her engagement ring.
Alson Signature Collection 19K White Gold Two-Stone Engagement Ring, Featuring a 1.07 Carat Princess Cut Diamond and a .98 Carat Round Diamond
Alson Signature Collection 19K White Gold Two-Stone Engagement Ring, Featuring a .78 Carat Pear Shaped Diamond, and a .77 Carat Emerald Cut Diamond
Alson Signature Collection 19K White Gold Two-Stone Engagement Ring, Featuring a 1.11 Carat Emerald Cut Diamond, and a 1.00 Carat Round Diamond
7. Pantone Color of the Year
Pantone has named Illuminating as the 2021 Color of the Year. This color is described as, “A bright and cheerful yellow sparkling with vivacity, a warming yellow shade imbued with solar power.” We could all use a little sunshine after the last year, and what better way to liven our spirits than a bright yellow radiating happiness!
Alson Signature Collection Platinum & 18K Yellow Gold Engagement Ring, Featuring a 5.85 Carat Radiant Fancy Yellow Diamond, Accented with Two Trapezoid Diamonds, Ten Princess Cut Diamonds, Round Diamonds and Round Fancy Yellow Diamonds
Marli 18K White Gold Cleo Diamond Slip On Bracelet, Featuring Yellow Quartzite
JB Star Platinum & 18K Yellow Gold Shared Prong Band, Featuring Three Oval Fancy Yellow Diamonds and Two Round White Diamonds
8. Sterling Silver
Sterling silver is going to be the metal of choice for spring and summer. Think oversized chain links, wide cuff bracelets and rings.
John Hardy Silver Asli Classic Chain Link Hammered Flex Cuff Bracelet
John Hardy Silver Classic Chain Pavé Diamond Hammered Small Saddle Ring
Ippolita Silver Classico Bastille Oval Link Bracelet
Bangles were seen everywhere on the runways for spring and summer. Whether you stack them, or opt for a single bangle on your wrist, bangles are the go-to bracelet of the season.
Penny Preville 18K Yellow Gold 10MM Galaxy Diamond Bangle Bracelet
Ippolita Silver Rock Candy Mixed Stone Maritime Bangle Bracelet, Featuring Turquoise, Blue Topaz, Rock Crystal and Hematite
Roberto Coin 18K White Gold Pois Moi Single Row Diamond Bangle Bracelet
We’re seeing a big resurgence in initial jewelry. A classic style that is personal and extremely versatile. Wear an initial necklace layered with other favorite pieces, or have your initial engraved on a locket or ring. Whatever you choose, we guarantee you’ll love wearing your personalized jewelry for years to come!
Roberto Coin 18K Yellow Gold Diamond Initial “B” Circle Necklace
Penny Preville 18K Yellow Gold Engravable Amulet Ring, Accented with Diamonds
Monica Rich Kosann 18K Yellow Gold Bespoke Oval Locket with Diamond Initial
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~Photo shown at top of page courtesy of Marco Bicego.