The Fall/Winter 2020 Fashion Week events are wrapping up, and we are already excited about the jewelry trends to come! From New York to London, Milan to Paris, designers made bold statements when it came to their baubles. A number of styles called back bygone eras from the Victorian to the ‘80s. In many cases, it seemed like the creative mantra was, “The bigger, the better.”
Everything from ultra layered necklaces to button earrings with a modern spin were spotted on runways this month. It also looks like we can expect some of the spring/summer styles to stick around throughout the cold season.
If you’re like us and love staying ahead of the curve, check out the hottest fall 2020 jewelry trends below.
First up: The fall jewelry styles that are going to be huge (in more than one way!).
From what designers were showing us, you can’t have too much when it comes to layered necklaces this fall. You can decide to create your own #neckmess of beautifully mismatched chains or opt for one major layered necklace. Seriously, layer until you can’t layer anymore.
IMAXTREE / Badgeley Mischka
Multilayer Majesty Necklace (Coming Soon)
Faith and Flower String Necklace (Coming Soon)
If you want to make a more lightweight statement around the neck, try a single long necklace. It was big in the early 2010s and now it’s back, better than ever. A long statement necklace with a big pendant or chic chains is the perfect way to add some shine to a solid sweater, shirt, or dress.
IMAXTREE / Brandon Maxwell
OH V Long Necklace (Coming Soon)
Stunning wearable blooms are the perfect way to stay in that springy state of mind when the weather begins to cool. Go for large metallic, crystal, or resin flowers for this trend. You can even take it a bit more abstract with floral motifs on your ears or around your neck.
IMAXTREE / 16 Arlington
Eternite Rose Midi Ring (Coming Soon)
Coronet Rose Danglers (Coming Soon)
While we’ve been loving the wraparound ear cuff for a while now, these statement earrings got even more glam on the Fall/Winter ‘20 runways! Expect to see them dressed up in chandelier styles this fall. Designers really went for it with this one, using everything from pearl and beaded strands to swishy tassels.
Getty Images/Victor VIRGILE / Prabal Gurung
Lophorina Chandelier Ear Cuffs (Coming Soon)
They may sound cute and dainty, but these classic earrings were given all kinds of modern upgrades for fashion week. No longer are they stuffy or old school—sparkle, sophistication, and color are going to be big in button earrings this fall. This is great news because these adorable ear candies are a fast and easy way to accessorize any ensemble.
Forevermark / Bibhu
Cendrillon Noir Studs (Coming Soon)
Rouge Tusk Earrings (Coming Soon)
Green Bloom Circular Studs (Coming Soon)
It seemed like designers were all in agreement about one thing for fashion week 2020: You can’t have too much sparkle. Looks were dripping in diamonds along with other gems on everything from chandelier and dangling earrings to glimmering collar and bib necklaces. So don’t be afraid to glitter everywhere you go this fall!
Getty Images/Slaven Vlasic / Marc Jacobs
White Lotus & Peacock Chandbalis (Coming Soon)
You know we love our shoulder-grazing earrings here at Sarbani NYC, and it looks like the rest of the fashion world is right there with us. The runways were rife with uber long beaded, artisan, and mobile-inspired takes on the pieces. And what’s not to love? These dramatic earrings look fabulous when paired with both everyday casual wear and special occasion formal ensembles.
Getty Images/Victor VIRGILE / Simone Rocha
Enchanted Tassel Shoulder Grazers (Coming Soon)
Some of the spring jewelry trends we highlighted recently will maintain popularity through into the cool season. Some pieces to hold onto include:
Keep your style on the cutting edge by checking out and stocking up on these fall 2020 jewelry trends now. Your wardrobe will be set for the entire year!
Did you catch any other jewelry trends during the Fall/Winter 2020 Fashion Week events? Share them with us below!
Stephanie Chabot, Style Editor
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