Spring jewelry trends offer a little direction on how you can update your look without giving up your most beloved wardrobe pieces. There's nothing better than finding a new piece of jewelry that makes a classic white tee and your favorite jeans look completely unique.
Add color wherever you can
Don't let the wildflowers be the only thing wearing color this spring. The Tiger's Nest Coral Bhutanese Pendant Necklace leaves an impression no matter what else you're wearing. The Tibetan pendant draws positive attention, and it's the perfect opportunity to share that Bhutan is recognized as having the world's highest gross national happiness. Talk about the perfect way to welcome the season of new growth and beginnings.
Must-have chain link details
Chain link pieces popped up all over jewelry collections this spring. Anchored by druzy agate, the Sahara necklace combines an on-trend chain necklace with an ancient healing stone. In addition, the necklace features pietersite stones, which aid will and life changes. You won't mind being chained to this beauty of a necklace.
Let metal make a statement for you
Bold pieces make bold statements, and the Dragon Sterling Silver Nepalese Bracelet brings powerful energy to its wearer. The writings on the outside of the bracelet catch your eye, but there's more to this bracelet than you immediately see. Symbolizing perfect balance, the etched dragon on the inside of the bracelet attracts good fortune. Don't let this piece pass you by—it's one of a kind!
A twist on delicate pieces
For years, delicate jewelry has played a huge role in collections. Simple pieces that can work together or stand alone are designed to be worn daily—think delicate gold chains and small charms. This spring, those delicate pieces add color or detail that allow them to stand out instead of blending into the background. The Ocean Escape Necklace channels the calmness brought about by listening to the ocean waves, bringing mind, body, and spirit together in tranquil alignment.
Do you concentrate on updating accessories or your clothing with seasonal changes?