2015 Jewelry Trends

Whether you are a fashionista or not, the runway has a lot to do with what you end up wearing. The elements, colors and forms the designers use in their over-the-top fashions filter their way down to what ladies wear for years to come. However, by the time they make it into the average woman’s wardrobe, they always seem to lose some extravagance, which, by my taste, is a good thing.

Have you ever seen a trend at the beginning of its run and thought, “Oh I will never wear that!”? I often do! And yet about 6 months later, somehow the trend works it way into my closet. My sense of what is beautiful evolves over time, with my clothes and especially with the jewelry I wear and create.

Well this year, I am trying to get ahead of the game and checking out the jewelry trends for 2015. As an artist, it will give me insight into what people will probably be wearing within the next couple years.

This is what I found:

Jewelry Trends 2015 Spring
Photo Credit: All images from Fashion Style Magazine http://www.fashionstylemag.com/2014/accessories/spring-2015-jewelry-trends/11/

Types of Jewelry

  • Cuff bracelets
  • Chokers
  • Large chain necklaces
  • Stud earrings
  • Stackable rings


  • Gold is by far the hot metal with darker silver or gunmetal as a close second
  • Black, blue and red are popular. Mostly very saturated colors or just the metals


  • Feathers
  • Large solid cuff bracelets
  • Extravagantly large chunky chains
  • Rough cut stones
  • Bohemian styles
  • Very ornate crystals
  • Large geometric shapes
  • Safety pins for earrings and pendants, Zodiac symbols

The items I am most excited to work are the feathers, chunky chain, geometric shapes and zodiac signs. Stay tuned to see where this leads.

Your turn! What from these jewelry trends could you see yourself wearing? Leave me a comment.

Thanks for visiting!

Emily Wilke, Style Avenue Studios

Author: Emily Wilke

When I’m not creating beautiful jewelry — you can find me cuddling with my 2 kids and 2 cats, sneaking away for wine tasting with my hubby and I almost always have a coffee in hand.