Fall 2023 Jewelry Trends You’re About to See Everywhere

Fall 2023 Jewelry Trends You’re About to See Everywhere

Autumn is the season of layering—both clothing and jewelry. This year, it’s all about embracing the warmth of fall through jewelry trends that pop with color and personality. From the Chanel runways to Roberto Cavalli, the fall fashion scene has been ignited by the resurgence of layered necklaces, extravagant brooches, sparkling single earrings, and more. With the right piece of jewelry, you can elevate not only your look but also your mood.

Here are all the fall 2023 jewelry trends you can start emulating.


Layered Necklaces

From Chanel to Roberto Cavalli, layered necklaces are making a striking comeback on the fall fashion runways. These designs encompass a wide range of styles, including minimalist pendants paired with plunging oversized necklaces and chains gracefully draped over layers of pearls. To recreate this look at home, play with different lengths and styles, and don’t be afraid to layer as many necklaces as you like.

Shop the look: David Yurman Four Row Mixed Chain Bib Necklace


Cleopatra-Like Cuffs

The runway models of Saint Laurent prove that cuffs can look incredibly regal, especially when worn alone. While you can stack cuffs, a singular cuff can make just as much of a statement. The secret is in choosing a bold yet sleek piece that stands out on its own. Thick, textured cuffs are the way to go.

Shop the look: Tiffany & Co. Elsa Peretti Faceted Cuff


Single Earrings

Do you have multiple unpaired single earrings gathering dust in your jewelry box? You will be happy to hear that single earrings are officially a fall 2023 jewelry trend. Best of all, there are no rules with the single earring trend. From a single big stud to a huge chandelier or ear cuff, you cannot go wrong.

Shop the look: Bulgari Serpenti Earrings


Extravagant Brooches

Brooches were everywhere on fall’s runways—in many surrealist forms, including hand motifs, dramatic crystals, and enormous silver leaves. The wonderful thing about brooches is you can get as experimental as you like. Whether you choose to wear one or clusters of them, you can achieve a chic, stylish look inspired by the runways. Brooches are the perfect way to dress up blazers, dresses, bags, and even hats.

Shop the look: Cartier Fauna and Flora Brooch


Contemporary Pearls

Pearls have been dominating the runways for the last couple of years. Instead of the grandmother’s pearls look, designers are combining different shapes, textures, and colors to create modern pearl pieces that make a statement. For fall 2023, fashion houses like Chloé, Chanel, Vivienne Westwood, and Carolina Herrera celebrated the precious gemstone by stringing them on chains, chokers, and strands.

Shop the look: Tiffany & Co. Freshwater Pearl Necklace


Outerwear Jewelry

This fall, Versace, Bibhu Mohapatra, and Saint Laurent decided that cold temperatures shouldn’t stop you from showing off your jewelry. Their models showcased huge costume jewelry rings over gloves and bangles over chunky knits on the fall runway. To recreate this look, choose oversized rings, cuffs, and bangles that you can easily slip over gloves.

Shop the look: Harry Winston Cushion-Cut Yellow Diamond Ring



About The Author


Debbie Azar is the Co-Founder and President of Gemological Science International (GSI), one of the largest gemological organizations in the world, and a distinguished leader in the global diamond and jewelry industry. As an executive with extensive knowledge of the jewelry and gem lab industries, her entrepreneurial skills and vision have helped GSI achieve rapid and continuous growth worldwide, establishing 13 leading-edge gemological facilities on four continents. She currently serves on the boards of the Jewelers Vigilance Committee, Responsible Jewellery Council, and Jewelers for Children, and is a member of the 24 Karat Club of New York. She has been featured in Forbes, Daily Mail, Good Morning America, Bloomberg, Bloomberg Businessweek, Fox Business, Fox5, CBS2, BOLDTV, Varney&Co, The Street, and NASDAQ, among others.

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