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5 Jewelry Trends for Spring 2024

For spring 2024, bold and classic pieces with a twist are in style. Check out these 5 jewelry trends to add to your spring wardrobe.

Pendant Necklaces

Several designers have been showcasing the pendant necklaces. You can wear them alone or layer them with other necklaces. Anthropologie has a section on pendants are trending.

Photo Credit: Anthropologie

Pearls

Pearls are trending this season but with a modern twist. Think oversized pearl earrings, chunky pearl necklaces,  etc.

Photo Credit: J.Crew

 

Silver Jewelry

Silver jewelry is making a major comeback in 2024. This versatile metal offers a cool, elegant look that flatters a wide range of skin tones, making it a popular choice.

Mixed Metals

The mixed metals trend is still going strong in 2024. This trend encourages mixing gold and silver jewelry, and you also see pieces made of gold and silver. I wear my bracelets in both gold and silver.

Chunky Jewelry

Chunky gold and silver jewelry is a great way to make a statement. Think chunky hoops, bold chain necklaces, and statement rings.

Since we’re talking about jewelry trends, here is what’s out for 2024. You can take it with a grain of salt. If you love this jewelry style, by all means, wear it.

Jewelry that is not popular at the moment:

  • Colorful Matching Sets (think matching earrings, necklace, and bracelet)
  • Rose Gold Jewelry (this was popular a few years ago, but we’re not seeing as much of it right now)
  • Tortoise Shell Jewelry (this is the plastic style jewelry with the tortoise shell pattern)

What jewelry trends do you like for 2024?

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22 Comments

  1. A very nice tribute to your Mom today Cyndi. She did die too young! Please keep me in your prayers today. I have an appointment with a specialist and have been praying that the results of previous tests taking will be ok. I’ve been waiting two weeks to see him, so its been difficult. Thanks

  2. Your mother was a Godly woman, and your blog is a tribute to her through the
    Beauty for the Heart messages you send each day.

  3. I’m so sorry for the loss of your mother, and at a very young age. A mother’s love is unconditional..I’ve said many times I truly become an adult the day my mom died. A beautiful tribute.

  4. My Mom died July 2023. She had some dementia but kept falling and other issues. She was a Godly woman. The staff at the nursing home loved her. She was so sweet, gracious, kind to them. She would call me almost every day and ask how my family and I were doing. She was sympathetic during the hard times and rejoiced in the good times. She would always say “just remember how much I love you” . Christmas was hard last year. I pass by the nursing home where she lived almost every day. I miss her so much! Thank you for all you do Cindi. 🥰🙏

  5. A very nice tribute to your Mom. She would be so proud and happy for you! My Mom, also passed away at 65, way too young. Like you, I think of her every day ❤️ Love your blog today on the jewelry!

  6. It’s amazing how God can work through people and see his presence. Just knowing that she encouraged you to make the blog the same year that she passed away. It probably helped you get you through some of the most hardest times in your life being able to redirect that and put it in words and sharing with other women and encouraging them on a daily basis. I too lost my mother in 2021 and she was probably my biggest blog reader. Since she’s passed, I stopped blogging as much. I am glad to have your blog because it’s nice to have encouragement from other women, and reading the Bible verses, each day. On a fashion note, I love the pearls trend!

  7. Today is my mom’s birthday too! She would have been 80 also! She is the reason I am the God fearing woman I am today…I’ll be praying you through today as I shared with my sisters and brother this morning…
    HOLD ON TO THE GOOD MEMORIES OF MOM TODAY AND KNOW WE WILL SEE HER AGAIN…

  8. A very nice tribute to your Mom. Beauty for the heart always has a good message. (I’ve only been following you for maybe 3 years so I don’t know how your blog started.) As far as trends I like the mixing of metals. Gold is my favorite but I like silver too. Interesting about long necklaces coming back. I only kept one. I like tortoise so I am putting those earrings I have away but not getting rid of them.

  9. Such a beautiful message about your mom. Yesterday was my son’s birthday, and he would have been 35 but passed away in an accident at 28 years old. Yes, life can change at a heartbeat, but God shines through our darkest hour. Today He is using you through your blog, and He is using me through leading in Grief Share at our church. His love is never ending, and I appreciate this blog for your help in fashion but also with your encouraging words of Faith.

  10. Robin…. Thinking of you as you reflect on your sons birth. I can’t imagine what you went through. I’m so thankful you had the Lord and He now is using you in your local church to help others deal with their grief. You know what they are going through. Bless you today.

  11. Thinking of you Cyndi. From following you and Traci for years now, I know your mom left a beautiful legacy through her kids, and her grandkids. Bless you as you reflect today. I lost my dad young, 61. Hard

    1. My Mom had to leave when I was eleven and age was only 36. I miss her every single day of my life!! I wish I could have gotten to know her as a person but her legacy lives on an people continually speak highly of her so I’m thankful just to have known her at all. Stay Encouraged.
      God Bless

  12. Thank you for sharing about your Mom. I can’t imagine what losing your Mom when she was so young, must have been like for you. She would be very proud of you; your faith shines through on your blog.

  13. Heartfelt thoughts on the anniversary of your Mom’s arrival in heaven! Never easy and always close to your heart. She was so young! I don’t remember if I ever saw cause of death. I know she’s in heaven rooting for your blog!

  14. It’s really nice that pearls are big for Spring as I’ve been wanting to wear them more often.

    I was sorry to hear that your mom didn’t get to see your blog get off and running. It’s so hard losing our moms. Mine was 85 when she passed in 2014. I had my mom longer than you did, yet I miss her more and more like you miss your mom.

  15. Thank you for all of the tips. I enjoy following you. I love your style and I appreciate your honesty. I am 60 and I am working to enjoy this last quarter of my life. God has blessed me and I am so thankful. God bless you!