As you already know each year new trends or past trends come back.
Gucci (left), Moschino
Across the spring and fall 2020 runways, statement chokers popped up around a model's neck. Gucci piled on two of the accessories while Jeremy Scott of Moschino included one in a larger set of layered necklaces.
Proenza Schouler (left), Balenciaga
Give your dainty hoop earrings a break and invest in a large pair for 2020. The oversize style was spotted on the spring 2020 runways from designers like Carolina Herrera and Sies Marjan.
Prabal Gurung (left), Oscar de la Renta
Jewelry isn't just for your wrists, ears, or neck anymore, as Bottega Veneta proved with its popular chain-adorned mesh pumps last season. For 2020, fashion houses like Oscar de la Renta and Zimmermann are continuing to honor this look by taking the liberty of adorning their own footwear with chains and other unexpected embellishments. Feeling crafty? DIY the style by looping a long chain around your ankles and through the strap of your sandals.
Tory Burch (left), BurberryI, for one, am glad pearls are here to stay for another season. For this year, expect to see designers create sculptural shapes out of this object in addition to embracing a pearl's more natural shape like the earrings spotted at Jason Wu. Whether you decide to go with faux or real pearl pieces, they all add a touch of femininity and timelessness to your outfits.
Zimmermann (left), Brandon MaxwellStatement-making jewelry won't be hard to find this year thanks to the big chain energy. Oversize gold chokers and lucite necklaces ruled the necks of models at the spring and fall 2020 shows. If you're going out, opt for glittery silver links to dress up your outfit like the one spotted at Brandon Maxwell, above. The chunky chains, which comes in bracelet forms too, work equally as well for the office, when you need an easy style hack to dress up a sweater and jeans.