Jewelry Trends Fall 2024: Hearts, Wabi Sabi, & Charm Bracelets for Summer

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Jewelry Trends Fall 2024: Hearts, Wabi Sabi, & Charm Bracelets for Summer

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As an avid jewelry lover, the biggest thing I like to remember is that amassing a jewelry collection is a marathon, not a sprint. But that doesn’t mean I don’t love a trend, and I’m all about the spring jewelry trends for 2024.

Especially once you delve into fine jewelry and stuff that’s durable and long-lasting, it gets pricey, and it starts to feel like trend jewelry is too big of a risk. But even if you’re investing in higher-budget items, that doesn’t mean you need to stick to boring pieces—the things you’re going to own for a long time should be a collection that screams you and no one else.

Jewelry is easy to change out but many people (myself included) tend to wear the same pieces day after day—and with good reason. You may have a piece of jewelry with great significance, like a family heirloom or an engagement ring, that adds style and personal purpose to your outfit. Or, you may use trendy costume jewelry to transform the staple pieces in your closet and give them new life. Either way, there’s no wrong way to accessorize. 

Some of the most exciting 2024 jewelry trends for me are hearts and charms. We’ve all seen tweets telling guys their girlfriends absolutely do not want heart-shaped jewelry for Valentine’s Day, and I’ve always quietly resented that, but the heart’s time has come. A corny and sincere heart hanging from your neck is actually really cool. It screams Lana Del Rey listener, Emily Henry reader, strawberry matcha latte drinker.

Charms are also everywhere. A community is growing on TikTok where people show their collections of charms, and personally I love it. While the charm bracelets of the 2000s haven’t quite made their stick, a jumble of charms on a neck chain certainly has. Big designers like Marla Aaron’s baby locks and emerging designers like Olivve NYC’s sequin charms are making big splashes, but there are a thousand ways to wear and style charms.

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