Jewelry Trends To Invest In This Season

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If you’re familiar with our uberglam EIC Rachel Zoe, you know she’s no rookie when it comes to accessorizing. In fact, if there were awards for this type of thing, she would have taken home the Oscar year after year. So we couldn’t be more excited to announce that Rachel has launched her spring jewelry collection, which unsurprisingly is more maj than maj. From bold geometric statement-makers to delicate feminine pieces, these baubles are the perfect guide to this season’s top trends.

Trend: '70s Glam

There's no better time to update your go-to gold hoops. Team these '70s-inspired statement makers with a breezy blouse and flared denim for the full effect.

Trend: Architectural

This simple, well-designed, architectural cuff can be worn alone or doubled (one on each wrist, Superwoman style). However you choose to rock it, we guarantee it'll become the hero piece of your jewelry box.

Trend: Dainty

This dainty piece looks effortlessly cool when worn with distressed denim and a basic tee for day. At night, pair it with a V-neck sweater or dress and a few more delicate necklaces of varying lengths for a feminine but dramatic look.

Trend: Art Deco

This artistically inspired gem is an undeniable statement maker. Style it with a tailored top or a lovely dress for an office-appropriate ensemble with a dose of sass.

Trend: Statement Earrings

A bold pair of earrings is a simple way to take any outfit from day to night. Pull you hair back into a high pony, apply a volumizing mascara and throw on these stunners for a look that's sure to turn heads.

Trend: Geometric

What better way to complement your latest mani than with these geometric rings? Layer them with some of your smaller, go-to accessories for an eye-catching, layered look, à la RZ.

Trend: Oversize Pendants

Never underestimate the power of a seriously stunning, oversize pendant necklace. The look-at-me style adds a retro-chic touch to any outfit—from leather leggings to an oversize tunic to a black-tie gown. Talk about a must-own.