Florals for spring? Not so groundbreaking. But floral-adorned jewelry? Now, that may turn some heads. While seashells and pearls have had major moments in the past year (and are continuing to go strong for spring), it's flowers that are making a play to be a statement jewelry trend for 2019, based on the latest arrivals from the likes of Net-A-Porter, Moda Operandi, and Shopbop (among others). And these are no dainty petal-detailed pieces; the big floral jewelry popping up in the newest drops from fashion-favorite retailers are eye-catching styles bound to become must-haves for every maximalist.
Shoppers eager to add statement-making styles into their jewelry box this season will find a wide variety of earrings to shop, from oversized studs to danglers that'll look like small bouquets swinging from your lobes. For those who live by the motto more is more, you'll find Simone Rocha's flower earrings, $450, particularly enticing. The red cascading petals will make for a fun addition to a laid-back sweater look, as well as a stunning final touch to cocktail attire. There are also equally as many neutral options that'll still make a visual impact, like these white acrylic lily earrings with sparkly pavé crystal centers from designer Lele Sadoughi.
Interested in trying the trend, but don't want to invest too much too soon? Take a look at the gold Shashi Blossom Earrings for $48 or a bold, blue beaded pair from Ranjana Khan, $98. The trend is even beginning to make an appearance at high street retailers like Mango and Zara, so you can see if you're feeling florals with a style like these $20 drop earrings.
While flowery designs are currently most prolific in earrings, there are also swoon-worthy styles in the form of bracelets, necklaces, and rings. This stunning Silvia Furmanovich rose bracelet is a prime example of a piece that can easily elevate a work look in an unexpected way. And if you're looking to shop a show-stopping necklace before your next big event, scoop up the Three Flower Charm Necklace, $690, from Oscar de la Renta. Match it up with a sleek, monochromatic suit to really let it shine.
Continue on to shop 18 big floral pieces you’ll want to snatch up before spring arrives.