Fashion Trend Report 9 of 10: New Layered Necklaces



Know the styles and necklines of clothes in the season ahead to offer the right jewelry in store

Key fall ready-to-wear clothing shows in four cities—New York, London, Milan, and Paris—took place Feb. 2–March 9, resulting in a fresh crop of clothing trends that will affect the jewelry we wear. Jewelers need to note these trends (see the entire report here) in order to stock cases with the right pieces to complement the necklines and silhouettes of the season ahead. Layered necklaces are the ninth trend to consider stocking. Here are five new pieces to coordinate with the season’s most important styles.

Collars with long chains and dangly charms? Why not! Layered necklaces are still a thing. For examples, look to Valentino’s delicate pendant necklaces against sweaters and Temperley London’s layered white metal station varieties on open necklines. Bonus: The long lengths are looking good with chokers, too! Even Prada’s offerings could have benefited from a little layering.

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Mimi Pocket Watch Key necklaces in silver with gemstone accents, $225 each; Monica Rich Kosann

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Candy Bar necklaces in silver with 6.5 cts. t.w. shield-shape citrine and 12 cts. t.w. triangular-shape amethyst both with 0.01 ct. t.w. diamonds, $550–$795; Marcia Budet

 

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Thirty-six-inch Taurus and Oxen necklaces in sterling silver from the Lascaux collection, $850 each; Jill Maurer

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Caviar Icon Multi-Strand necklace in sterling silver and 18k gold, $3,500; Lagos

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Multi Mini Enamel Evil Eye Layer necklace in 14k gold with 0.27 ct. t.w. bezel-set diamonds, $3,500; Sydney Evan

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