5 New Jewellery Trends To Try From The Spring 2020 Runways

From colorful jewellery to the single earring trend

5 New Jewelry Trends to Try From the Spring 2020 Runways

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Now that the Spring 2020 runways have officially wrapped up in New York, it’s time to start looking back at the trends that emerged along the way. Out of all the clothing, shoes and accessories, next season’s jewelry trends may just be the most fun to experiment with. Designers got playful with colorful gems, oversized statement pieces, and standalone earrings that prove sometimes the single life really is more fun.

Get a sneak-peek at next spring’s biggest jewelry trends and start shopping them now.

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1. Colorful Jewelry

Forget sticking to gold and silver, designers brought on an explosion of color for Spring 2020’s jewelry. There were bright floral and beaded pieces at Ulla Johnson, gemstones at Brandon Maxwell, and mismatched colors at Marc Jacobs and Ports 1961. Channeling our inner kids, the look is all about having fun with your accessories.

2. The Single Earring

Earrings are going solo next season. The single earring look dominated Spring 2020 runways from Prabal Gurung to Tibi and Marc Jacobs. The key to achieving this look? Go for an earring that’s statement-making enough to stand on its own.

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3. Oversized Chains

Chains got bigger and bigger on the spring runways. Brandon Maxwell sent giant sparkling versions (some complete with matching chain earrings) down his runway, while Zimmermann layered oversized chain necklaces with beaded ones.

4. Pearls

Pearls are going strong for Spring 2020. The classic material made appearances in just about every form—from single drop earrings to layered necklaces and even on headpieces at Khaite.

5. Big Hoops

Hoop earrings never really left, but get ready to see them multiply in size next season. Proenza sent a crop of power hoops down its runway—thick, gold, and double-hooped for extra measure, while designers like Oscar de la Renta explored the oversized look using different materials.

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.

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