7 Future-Minded Jewelry Trends to Start Shopping Now

7 Future-Minded Jewelry Trends to Start Shopping Now


Unlike clothes and shoes, jewelry isn’t always something you take on and off every day. That means, it can veer more trend-agnostic than, say, a handbag or a dress. But the top jewelry trends for winter 2021 are anything but subtle. Between the floral-inspired bling seen at Peter Do, Simone Rocha, and Acne; the statement collar necklaces at Fendi, Dior, and Paco Rabanne; and the return of fringe in metal form at Marni, Chanel, and Jil Sander, this season’s go-to jewels were made to turn heads.To get more news about best jewelry design and custom websites, you can visit jewelryhunt.net official website.

Jewelry has the power to change the vibe of an outfit quicker than any other accessory: Try swapping out your dainty gold chain necklace and mini hoops for a pair of stacked chandelier earrings and see how your entire look (and mood) shifts. Ahead, find the top trends of the upcoming season, plus our favorite necklaces, earrings, and rings to shop now.

From the glitz-heavy Paco Rabanne winter collection to the always shiny Oscar de la Renta, the message for the season is simple—you glow girl. And the piece of choice to help you turn heads is the bold, look-at-me statement earring. All the better to frame your pretty face.

Chokers have always enjoyed the occasional resurgence, but this time, they’re more glam than punk. Labels like Dior, Fendi, and Acne all showed us how elegant—and transformative—the right choker necklace can be. The former tucked logo-adorned chokers under collars for a subtler look, while the latter went more literal with the trend.

Tassels made their runway return everywhere from Etro and Chanel to Giorgio Armani and Jil Sander—and for good reason. What better way to lighten up an outfit than with something as joyful as fringe?

Florals for winter may not have the same ring, but at a time when any bit of optimism helps, we’ll take it. Winterize the trend seen on the fall runways at Peter Do, Simone Rocha, Prabal Gurung, and Alberta Ferretti by going slightly less literal with it.

Next season’s biggest ring trend will be big and bold, so maybe place your dainty diamonds to the side for now. Designers like Miu Miu, Tory Burch, and Balenciaga showed that the statement ring is here to stay for winter and beyond.

New York-based genderless jewelry brand OHTNYC is back with a new collection dubbed “Isolation.” The emerging label, loved by K-pop stars like Red Velvet‘s Joy and Yeri, and STAYC‘s Sieun and J, has created necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings dressed in its signature bold style.

This time around, co-founders Jinsol Woo and Lin Ye explore the concept of metamorphosis with butterfly details spotted on pieces such as a multichain necklace and metallic tassel earrings. Additional inspirations include forests and abandoned fields, with deep hues incorporated into sapphire jewels accompanied by opaline pearls. The designs are further adorned with spike studs for that gothic-cute look, while the lineup is complete with OHTNYC’s first-ever body chain.

Peep the “Isolation” jewelry collection above. You can head to OHTNYC’s website to shop for the latest arrivals.