These Are the Top Jewellery Trends for Spring 2023

Upgrade your accessory collection with dramatic drop earrings, chunky bracelets and more.

Simone Rocha

Accessories make or break an outfit—and if you’re anything like us, you believe that jewellery is an area worth investing in. 

According to the runway shows, this season stocks up with the best spring 2023 jewellery trends. Whether you’re still combatting cold-weather temperatures with women’s wrap coats and suede boots or you’re diving right into the warmer days ahead with a caftan dress, stylish jewellery will always be a good idea.

If you’ve seen our other trend reports this season, you’ll know that the viral moment is out, and the wardrobe reset is in. There was a laid-back sophistication to the season’s ready-to-wear coupled with a renewed interest in opulence. But what about jewellery? What happens to the extras when the overall goal is to tone things down? “Less is more” is one answer, but while little gold accents in bracelets, rings, and earrings were an important story, the minimalist jewellery trend starts and ends there. Instead, designers took a contrarian approach, creating big jewels to adorn their generally more restrained clothes. But similar to spring 2023’s shoe and bag trends, the spring 2023 jewellery trends possess a surprising, scene-stealing depth. From freshly-plucked rosette necklaces to metallic cuffs that Wonder Woman would definitely approve of, the standout jewellery pieces from the Spring/Summer 2023 runways were much more than just decorative add-ons.

Straight off the runway of Jonathan Sinkhai, Michael Kors, Tory Burch, Bevza, and Kim Shui comes a trend for wearing cuffs on wrists and arms. Besides, many trends return time and time, not just in sartorial haute couture and pret-a-porter, but in jewellery, too. And, yes, we are talking about the most wearable theme in the Spring seasons, the exotic of “florals”, which are back for this Spring-Summer 2023 season in the form of 3D blooms. On the runways at Carolina Herrera, Acne Studios, Cult Gaia and more, models were bedecked in a rainbow of delicate 3D bloom florals, adorning pieces in an incredibly gorgeous way. Another trend which has come to the forefront for 2023 is bangles on bangles, which never go out of style and give your outfit a shiny, elegant, and glamorous approach. 

From cuffing and thick chain necklaces to bold big bangles, shoulder-grazing necklaces, and florals, keep reading to find out more about the latest Spring 2023 Jewellery trends below. 


Florals are back for this Spring-Summer 2023 season in the form of 3D blooms. Fashion luxury brands such as Carolina Herrera, Acne Studios, Cult Gaia and more adorned everything from dresses to handbags with floral 3D blooms, making sense that the trend has been translated into jewellery form, too.

Carolina Herrera

As seen at: Carolina Herrera, Acne Studios, Alessandra Rich, Cult Gaia, Madga Butrym.


For this spring 2023 season, we expect to see wrists and arms adorned with bold statement cuffs, leaving your sleeves behind. From thick sheets of metal wrapped around wrists to swooping silver squiggles on biceps, the spring 2023 showings from Tory Burch, Jonathan Simkhai, and Michael Kors Collection heavily featured cuff bracelets. Whether some luxury brands’ twisted take had a more fanciful feel or others offered up more minimal versions, you’ll surely look cool and chic with this cuffing season jewellery trend.

Michael Kors

As seen at: Jonathan Simkhai, Michael Kors, Tory Burch, Bevza, Kim Shui


This kind of jewellery will never go out of style, as it has been a crucial element present in most fashion collections from the Spring-Summer 2023 season. Most designers, such as Proenza Schouler, Nensi Dojaka and David Koma, played with collar-length chains in their collections.

Jonathan Simkhai & Zimmermann

As seen at: Marine Serre, Proenza Schouler, Collina Strada, Nensi Dojaka, David Koma, Zimmermann, Jonathan Simkhai.


Bangles on bangles are back this year. This spring 2023 jewellery trends is all about investing back into something high in shine and extra-large in elegance, glamour, and extravaganza.

LaQuan Smith

As seen at: Tom Ford, LaQuan Smith, Dries Van Noten, Simone Rocha


Exaggerated, shoulder-skimming drop earrings were a near-constant throughout the Spring/Summer 2023 showings. Proenza Schouler threaded translucent gems for a cascading raindrop effect, while Bally stacked ornate gemstones set in gold. Chanel opted for a less artistic, more straight-forwardly femme approach with crystal-adorned heart motifs dangling from golden chains. Other luxury brands included statement long statement earrings in their designs, such as Louis Vuitton, Ulla Johnson, and Proenza Schouler.

Proenza Schouler

As seen at: Tory Burch, Armano Grillo, Louis Vuitton, Ulla Johnson, Isidore Montag, Proenza Schouler, Nensi Dojaka.