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10 Hot Jewelry Trends for Spring

This spring, jewelry goes where you want it to: From edgy metals to earthy stones, statement-making pieces to delicate accents. Here, 10 trends for under $50.

1. RAW CRYSTALS



2. DOUBLE FINGER RINGS


Forever 21 at ShopStyle



3. CLEAR LUCITE


Aqua at ShopStyle



4. CHAIN FRINGE


Banana Republic at ShopStyle



5. FLOWERS & RIBBON


Old Navy at ShopStyle



6. ANTIQUE KEYS


House Of Harlow at ShopStyle



7. ROSE GOLD & SEED BEADS


Gap at ShopStyle



8. JEWELED BIB NECKLACES


Express at ShopStyle



9. VINTAGE-INSPIRED COCKTAIL RINGS


J.Crew at ShopStyle



10. RHINESTONES & ROPE


Urban Outfitters at ShopStyle



Comments
Love it! I'm excited as I have those Rachel Roy earrings. I would also add just rope/nautical to the list... Anthropologie has some great rope pieces right now (that could easily be turned into a DIY project, I might add...)

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#1 grace (Homepage) on 2010-03-21 21:45 (Reply)
So funny how something one already has sometimes lines up perfectly with trends...I have a vintage necklace of graduated clear lucite cubes that look like raw crystals because of the way they're finished. Neat!
#2 Someone on 2010-03-21 22:04 (Reply)
Mmmmm... bib necklaces make me drool. I love them!
#3 AlysonIsNeat (Homepage) on 2010-03-21 23:39 (Reply)
Love the crystals and lucite. I've been making keys now too--it is popular (thanks to Tiffany's, I'm sure).
#4 write-brained (Homepage) on 2010-03-22 06:29 (Reply)
Love the cocktail ring!
#5 MEP on 2010-03-22 08:29 (Reply)
I have a vintage necklace of graduated clear lucite cubes that look like raw crystals because of the way they're finished.
#6 antalya homes (Homepage) on 2010-03-22 09:18 (Reply)
I love these! The rhinestone and rope ring is my fave.
#7 Athena on 2010-03-22 11:32 (Reply)
Gorgeous! I'm in Love!

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#8 Megan Z (Homepage) on 2010-03-22 12:13 (Reply)
Love the Rachel Roy earrings!!
#9 Val on 2010-03-22 18:01 (Reply)
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