The biggest necklace trends of 2019. Jewellery is a great to dress up any look. But it can be hard to pick out the perfect jewellery to go along with the perfect outfit.
It’s great to have choices, but too many can be overwhelming.
We’ve been scouring celebrities and bloggers on Instagram to narrow down the biggest necklace trends you need to know about for 2019.
The seashell jewelry trend is not slowing down anytime soon. From the runways of Anna Sui and Altuzarra to our Instagram, seashell jewelry is here to stay. This trend has evolved into a year-round staple and is now more elevated than the pukka shell and rope chokers we rocked as kids.
The charm necklaces you wore as a child are back! You can go for an authentic style that is reminiscent of the 90s or go for something a little bit more modern. Go for an elongated-chain necklace with a layered charm necklace for an Instagram-able look.
This is a trend you can really have fun with and is the perfect way to add a bit of colour to your outfit. Bead necklaces can go with just about any look so don’t be afraid to branch out and try something new.
For those of you who are craving something new to wear as an everyday staple, tennis necklaces are for you. A simple tennis necklace can make any outfit look classy and is a great way of adding a bit of sparkle to your look.
Add some interest and style to your basic outfits with a chunky gold necklace. A statement chunky chain is great for turning a casual look into a more put-together one.
Layered chunky chains look gorgeous worn with a black turtleneck tucked into a white high-waisted pencil skirt.
Pearls with a modern twist
Often associated with the prim and proper look, pearls are back in style again. From delicate pearl hoops to ear cuffs to bracelets, this classic piece of jewellery has been given a modern and updated twist.
To style this look at home, focus on irregular, baroque styles as opposed to cultured.
There’s no need to retire your gold coins. This is the year of layering your medallion pendants as opposed to just wearing one.
Start with two necklaces of different lengths and go from there. Be sure to mix your chain style and medallion designs to keep the style fresh.
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