Jewellery Report: What's In and What's Out for Spring

When it comes to spring trends, certain ones are pretty apparent (hello, '70s). But as you get into more niche markets like denim and jewellery, the trends can be a little less obvious. That’s where the experts come in. Today, we’ve asked the pros behind some of our favourite jewellery brands and stores to weigh in on the jewellery that’s in an out for spring.

Scroll through to see what you should be wearing and what you should be leaving at home (for now).  

In:

“What's in is shiny gold, minimal designs, and delicate layering pieces.” - Anna Sheffield, founder and designer of Bing Bang

Out:

“I think what's out it ostentatious statement jewellery, big rhinestones, and oxidized silver.” - Anna Sheffield, founder and designer of Bing Bang

In:

“We think all chokers are in for spring! Rubies are our favourite stone of the summer.” - Gabriella and Teresita Artigas, co-founders of Gabriella Artigas

In:

“This season is all about colour! I’ve been combining different stones to create new twists on my classic pieces. I’m especially excited about my new large bezel collection!” - Jennifer Meyer, founder and designer of Jennifer Meyer

Out: 

"I’m all about positivity and finding jewellery that makes you feel good about yourself! As long as you love what you’re wearing and feel confident in it, then nothing will go out of style!” - Jennifer Meyer, founder and designer of Jennifer Meyer

In:

“Chokers are still going strong for us after four seasons. In terms of earrings, there are two popular looks this season: either very small and layered, or one larger statement earring worn as a single.” - Jennifer Fisher, founder and designer of Jennifer Fisher

Out:

“Blackened metal. I think these will always go in and out of style, however, for this season, they are a no-go. Nothing too over-embellished for the neck or wrist.” - Jennifer Fisher, founder and designer of Jennifer Fisher

In: 

“We're in love with a sprinkling of delicate earrings—a mix of tiny diamonds, little gold studs, and ear cuffs, all in a casual mismatch. “ - Leigh Batnick Plessner, buyer and GM of Catbird 

Claire Kinder Studio Troika Studs ($90)

What do you think of this season’s jewellery trends? Sound off in the comments!