8 Jewellery Trends You’re About to See Everywhere This Summer


For many, summertime strikes up memories of childhood days spent by the pool with puka shells strung around their necks, anklets jingling lightly around bare feet and friends showing off the latest addition to their charm bracelets… Ah, the ’90s. Fast-forward to living as a fashion girl in New York City and there’s not a pool in sight but puka shells? They’re everywhere—here, as well as London—as ’90s jewellery trends are about to be hotter than Manhattan (and Shoreditch) in August.

Though many vintage trends induce great divides—you either love ’em or hate ’em—there’s no denying that the kitschy, playful vibes of this particular decade lend themselves perfectly to summer. This season, anything that jingles or dangles while making a bright, colourful statement is what we’re after. From anklets to chokers, the ’90s are calling, and we’re picking up.

Ahead, we’ve rounded up the eight jewellery trends that have made their way out of the ’90s and into 2019, and shown you ways to wear them everywhere from the beach to the city. Before you raid your childhood jewellery box, scroll ahead to learn about the modern twist on each trend, how fashion girls are styling them, and our favourite versions for summer.


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