What’s Hot for the Holidays

Be on top of the pieces that everyone has on their gift list this holiday season. We put together an inventory of the hottest trends that your customers are looking for, both to gift and as their own treat for themselves. Read along as we it break down, so you can be fully stocked with what is in demand. 

18K Gold Chain Necklace by Elena Kriegner

Chains

Chains are one of the most popular looks on the market right now. From thick to thin chain necklaces and bracelets, and unique link shapes,  the world can’t get enough. Chain pieces have expanded to earrings, edgy yet elegant, and add intrigue to an accessories collection. Keep up with this style by offering a selection of various chain jewelry pieces to your customers.

Signet Ring, engraved with a cross, by Rebus

Signet Rings

Looking for a classic ring that is truly customized to fit your customer’s style? Signet rings feature the best of both worlds, and are perfect for letter sealing (now that the world is zoomed-out, it is time to get back to some good old fashioned letter writing).

Traditionally, signet rings were used as a tool to sign documents. As the equivalent of a hand-written signature, the icons engraved often represented family crests, or job titles. Today, they have transformed into a classic wardrobe staple,  illustrating everything from initials, to zodiac signs, meaningful symbols, and more. Ring shapes vary from ovals, to oxford, and even octagons.

Vi II Diamond Ear Cuff, by Valani Atelier

The Ear Statement

Do your customers want to make a lasting impression, even on all those virtual calls? Show them jewelry that people will notice–something that stands out across the screen. Ear statement pieces are trending once again, and are an easy way to add a bit of sparkle to the every day. Long earrings can be simple, but also glamorous. Layered looks will leave people in awe, as do entrancing, intricate designs. Ear climbers are functional, and they don’t dangle from your ears, but still give a standout look. Have customers that don’t have pierced ears? No problem! Ear cuffs don’t require any piercing, and easily slip on and off the ear. Whichever pieces you choose to show your clients, make sure to include a statement for the ears.

Pink Sapphire Tibetan Coin Necklace, by Christina Malle

Gemstone Bead Necklaces

Have bold customers that love to wear every color in the rainbow? Make sure to offer a variety of options, as the more colors the better is the rule of thumb, when it comes to gemstone bead necklaces. Allow your clients to express their mood, or to brighten up their outfit with a pop of color. Gemstone bead necklaces are a fun and easy way to elevate any mood and outfit. They are just as fun as the candy necklaces you wore as a kid, just don’t try to eat the gemstones (and don’t say we didn’t warn you, but we understand they are delicious to look at).

Diamond Tennis Bracelet, by Beauvince Jewelry

Diamond Classics

Do you have clients looking for timeless pieces, made for everyday office wear? We love the look a classic diamond offers. Beautiful diamond pieces that never go out of style are a must for anyone’s collection. With stud earrings, tennis bracelets, and diamond hoops, your customers can elevate a daily routine from boring to effortlessly chic.

Turquoise Bamboo Necklace, by Michael Galmer

The Collar Necklace

From fashion to luxury, collar necklaces make a statement, and are a powerful mode of expression.  Like the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who made them iconic in the courtroom, collar necklaces have become a vehicle to tell a narrative– a standalone, compelling piece of jewelry. RBG was unapologetically striking and bold. The Collar necklace is an exemplary work, which told her story, and will tell the story your customer wants to tell.

Cheers to staying up-to-date on the trends for your customers this holiday season! 

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