5 Outdated Jewelry Styles | And What You Should Be Wearing Instead
At Nanda Jewelry we like to stay ahead of the trends. We work hard to curate a desirable collection of the next big item before it saturates the market, in addition to always offering the classics so you can build out your forever jewelry box. And, just as we always keep an eye on what's hot, we also keep an eye on what's going out. We believe it's always a good idea to invest heavily in classics and then accent with trend-forward pieces with each season, selecting ones you truly adore.
Below are five outdated jewelry trends — and the styles and pieces you should be wearing instead.
Out: 90's Chokers
In: Gold Chain Chokers
After making a big comeback a few years ago, the '90s choker look lasted for a while, but we now have moved on to a more refined and elevated choker look. Statement chain chokers are the current trend, and can be worn alone or layered with your favorite dainty necklace lineup.
Out: Large Cuff Bracelets
In: Stackable Chain Bracelets
Oversized cuffs have given way to a generous stack of chain bracelets. Layering is popular in the necklace department, and having a strong wrist stack is also fashionable. These chic gold and diamond bracelets effortlessly transition from day to night.
NJ Bracelet Stack
Out: Ear Crawlers
In: Large & Small Hoops
Ear crawlers are on their way out, and hoops, either big or small, are having a moment. Wear this classic style for a head-turning, playful and cool look.
Gabby Thin Hoops
Willow Croissant Hoops
Out: Dainty Necklaces
In: Statement Pieces
Just like the large bib necklaces, the necklaces we're loving right now are large gold chain statement pieces for a look that doesn't require layering. However, you must certainly can layer different necklace styles with these statement pieces.
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