Top Jewelry Trends for 2024

Top Jewelry Trends for 2024

Top Jewelry Trends for 2024

A new year means a fresh start and an opportunity to adjust your perspective and your whole look! The top jewelry trends for 2024 have Lux Bond & Green eyeing the drama and predictions of major fashion catwalks while tuning into the latest creations from our favorite luxury jewelry designers. Discover what has been inspiring them to make 2024 the most meaningful and beautiful yet.

Versatile pearls

Pearls are no longer worn just for prim and proper occasions. In 2024, pearls are androgynous and found across all cultural spectrums. They’ve been spotted not just on runways but in big-league sports, and on influencers, artists, and actors. Choker-length pearl strands are chic for casual wear and favored for a youthful look, while pendant necklaces and matching earrings that can be dressed up or down are also trending. Cultured Akoya pearl necklaces in lustrous white, mysterious black, and warm gold from Japanese designer Mikimoto are simply stunning for their range of colors and excellent symmetry. Mikimoto offers styles including the classic strand, station necklace, Y-shaped lariat necklaces, and simple pendants. Paspaley pearls from Australia are beloved for their large size, rarity, and unique irregularity. Paspaley pearl jewelry is expressive and effortless, shedding any perceived stuffiness that was once associated with pearls. Paspaley jewelry is sensual and imaginative, not to mention exclusively available in the United States through Lux Bond & Green. Pearl jewelry is predicted to continue its popular streak in 2024.

Hoops that go big!

2024 is here to bring back some 70’s funk with large hoop earrings. While the runways presented nearly shoulder-skimming hoops, you can style this trend for everyday wear with large hoops. Italian-born designer IPPOLITA knows a thing or two about big gold hoop earrings, casting them in simple round, oval, teardrop, and geometric shapes. The playful American fine jewelry designer, Paul Morelli, accentuates his gold hoop earrings with chandelier features for extra drama. Large beaded hoop earrings from Platinum Born are confident and textured, made from rare platinum. Whether you choose to go with gold or platinum, large hoop earrings are making a record success this year.

Making a statement in matte gold

Hoops earrings are not the only trend calling out from a groovier time in history. Chunky, sculptural gold jewelry is making a comeback, which is music to any Italian gold jewelry aficionado’s ears! One of our favorite gold jewelry designers, known for his signature coiled gold technique, is Marco Bicego. Marco Bicego’s Marrakech collections feature flexible, 18k matte-gold coils twisted into single and multi-strand necklaces, rings, earrings, and bracelets for a powerful look. Gorgeous accompaniments include bracelets and necklaces from the Jaipur and Lucia collections, in which creatively shaped links are textured and burnished. These designs are made to be stacked, which is great news because layered gold is also on this year’s fashionable list. Notice that textured and matte surfaces offer an earthier vibe for 2024 gold statement jewelry.

Bold, bright & richly colored

Wearing punchy tones that either contrast or are two variations on the same color is in for 2024. In fashion, we’re seeing color block ensembles that mix minimal separates in a way that focuses on just two elements: material and color. Expressing your individuality by donning boldly colorful jewelry can make you feel your best! Embrace this trend with clean and chic enamel jewelry. Adolfo Courier enamel and 18k rose or white gold rings with smooth, bubbled enamel surfaces in tones like Bordeaux, royal blue, emerald green, white, black, and fiery orange add just the right pop to your curated ensemble. 18k yellow gold and enamel charms from David Yurman in hot pink, Kelly green, and turquoise colors nod to a Y2K palette that is also in style for 2024.

Mix and don’t match

Two-tone jewelry can be twice the fun! Why settle for yellow gold, rose gold, white gold, sterling silver, or platinum, when there are so many designers to explore who combine them? The modern Philadelphia-based jewelry designer, LAGOS, brings their signature caviar granulation to necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings that blend sterling silver and 18k gold into jewelry with a strong presence. David Yurman is an American designer who is a master at mixing metals, from oxidized sterling silver with 18k rose gold, to 18k yellow gold with brightly polished sterling silver. The key to mixed metal jewelry is to incorporate several textures and maximize the look by layering a variety of pieces.

Amulets & pendants

At the start of the year, couldn’t we all use a little extra luck and guidance? Amulet and coin necklaces are imbued with a dose of spiritual power that can give a boost to anyone’s attitude, even on the grayest day. When wearing gorgeous Temple St. Clair jewelry, you’ll sense the gravity of history simultaneously with the potential for your future. 18k pendants, charms, amulets, and earrings will bring a sprinkle of Florentine magic to your life. Paspaley mother-of-pearl coin charms use nautical navigation as a metaphor for reflecting on deep questions of humanity, such as mortality, love, and sacred natural patterns. Wear these for a little extra direction (and luxury) in 2024.

A new year is always exactly what you make of it. With these 2024 jewelry tips, you’re destined to feel more grounded, confident, and true to your expressive personality. Find more on-trend designers and looks from Lux Bond & Green in 2024 by shopping in-store at one of our welcoming Connecticut or Massachusetts locations, or visiting our jewelry collection online.