2020 is just about over (thank God), but that means we'll be seeing tons of new fashion trends out there. From RTW to shoes and bags, there's a lot of ground to cover in 2021. But let's not forget about the jewelry trends! I mean, during quarantine this past year jewelry stood out as an easy way to dress up any look even if you were just wearing loungewear. And that mentality will no doubt continue in 2021.
If you want a sneak peek of what you'll be seeing, you can expect things like updated baroque pearls, beaded necklaces, and major earring moments that will have you camera-ready for any virtual meeting. And if you're not ready to go all out on your jewelry, you can keep it simple with pendant necklaces and subtly textured metals. So if you're as excited as I am about the new year (for more reasons than one), keep scrolling for the best 2021 jewelry trends that you can shop for immediately.
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Irregular shapes give classic pearls a more modern update.
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Crystal Statement Earrings
Aka, how to stand out in your constant Zoom meetings.
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Thick Chain Links
Chain links have been H-U-G-E lately, and the good news? They're not going anywhere.
Uneven Metal Textures earring
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Extra Long Pendant Necklaces
A pendant necklace—especially one that's super long—will get all the compliments this year.
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