15 Fashion Jewelry Pieces to Add to Your Collection in 2020

Chains and signets and hoops, oh my.
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While updating your style choices each season is expected, when was the last time you gave your jewelry box a revamp? There’s no shortage of fashion jewelry to choose from in 2020, whether you prefer a statement or like to keep it minimal. And thanks to an influx of direct-to-consumer brands, there’s no need to shell out thousands for a high-quality piece you’ll wear forever, either. 

On the Spring 2020 runways, chains had a major moment. Take that fashion jewelry trend to the streets by going big with a chunky silver ID bracelet, or dial it back via a more delicate chain necklace. A link-inspired design looks just as good dangling from your earlobes, and when it comes to earrings, go beyond the usual gold hoop or diamond stud. Instead, look for fashion jewelry pieces with architectural shapes, natural stones, and novelty motifs. 

Speaking of novelty, there’s no better place to display a graphic embellishment than a signet, and jewelry designer Wilhelmina Garcia has you covered with a four-leaf clover-emblazoned ring. However, if kitsch isn’t really your speed, a more elegant version with a stone inlay or lion engraving works just as well.

Here, 15 pieces of fashion jewelry to wear in 2020 and beyond.

This ring by French jewelry designer Pascale Monvoisin is the perfect statement piece. Rose gold and black Bakelite add a bit of edge, while a diamond design keeps things elegant.

Pascale Monvoisin Bowie N°3 Ring, $630, Mad Lords


This sparkly fashion jewelry piece is begging to join your ear stack. A delicate gold chain connects a huggie hoop to a larger ear cuff, so you can have the stacked look without needing to make a trip to your local piercing shop.

The Last Line Diamond Biggie Connected Cuff Earring, $1,235, The Last Line


Feeling lucky? With this gold signet ring from Wilhelmina Garcia on your finger, you will. While we can’t promise that wearing a four-leaf clover will help manifest your 2020 goals, it’s certainly worth a try.

Wilhelmina Garcia Gold Clover Ring, $185, Luisaviaroma


Yes, ankle jewelry is back, and while it’s still a bit too cold to get your legs out, this gold-plated anklet from Alighieri is the perfect excuse to start planning a warm-weather getaway. 

Alighieri The Character Assassin Anklet, $212, Matches Fashion


These oversized sterling silver and glass earrings take the chain-link trend to the next level. The addition of glass keeps these fashion jewelry pieces looking modern. 

Jane D’Arensbourg Sterling Oval and Glass Earrings, $340, Assembly New York


This weighty ring from Prounis looks like it’s been passed down for generations. Hand-wrought in 22k gold and set with a light-catching moonstone, it’s the only ring you’ll want to wear in the new decade.  

Prounis Moonstone Roz Ring, $2,800, Catbird


Malachite fashion jewelry is a ‘90s trend that seems to be sticking around. Show off the stone’s graphic qualities with a pair of oversized drop earrings. This pair from Faris comes set in sculptural bronze bezels.

Faris Ovo Drops, $292, Faris


Fashion-favorite brand Retrouvaí made its name with its flying pig signet ring. For the new year, opt for this slightly larger version that features a lion engraving, inspiring you to fearlessly tackle your 2020 goals. 

Retrouvaí Grandfather Fantasy Signet, $2,420, Retrouvaí


These asymmetrical showstoppers from Mounser are made to show off at your next party. Shoulder-grazing spheres dangle on gold rings for a sculptural fashion jewelry look. Rock them with an updo to fully display the mini pearl detail.

Mounser Solar Hoop Earrings, $225, Mounser


Chains were all over the Spring 2020 runways, and this understated silver number from LA-based designer Sophie Buhai is a nod to the trend without being too heavy on the hardware. Circle links feel delicate while still looking substantial.

Sophie Buhai Small Circle Link Necklace, $675, Sophie Buhai


“Why yes, that is a dismembered hand in my ear, thank you for asking,” is what you’ll be saying after adding these gold and malachite stunners to your earring collection. The hand and foot silhouettes are sure to start conversation.

Paola Vilas Lygia Earrings, $598, Paola Vilas


Let the world know what you’re about with this zodiac-themed pendant from Talon. Whether you believe the stars determine your fate or not, designer Emily Hirsch’s creative takes on the astrological signs are reason enough to sport this fashion jewelry piece around your neck.

Talon Zodiac Pendant, $246, Talon


If you’re in the market for a subtle everyday piece, look no further than this silver signet ring with a dendritic opal inlay. Small enough to be worn on your pinkie, wear this ring alone or as the finishing touch to your ring stack.

J.Hannah Oval Inlay Signet, from $320, J.Hannah


This teeny stud goes fairly unnoticed at first, but the pop of bright red and unexpected motif is cause for a double-take. Pair this single stud with a minimal hoop or as a complement to a fully decked-out ear. 

Alison Lou Pill Gold Single Stud Earring, $200, Matches Fashion

When it comes to silver fashion jewelry in 2020, opt for pieces that carry a bit of weight. An ID bracelet is both unisex and utilitarian, and this sterling silver version is an elegant take on the classic.

Hernán Herdez Sterling ID Bracelet, $396, Assembly New York


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