5 Jewellery Trends for Spring 2023 To Keep in Mind

Upgrade your accessory collection with eye-catching dangle earrings, chunky bracelets and 3d flower jewellery.

Nensi Dojaka

This time of year, marks the perfect time when we all collectively begin to count down the days until the official start of spring. And, of course, for many, it’s a time of renewal and an opportunity to reset everything, including our wardrobe. Jewellery should be on your prior list, too. Accessories have always been the easiest way to refresh any closet staple. From rosette necklaces to metallic cuffs and extra-large earrings, the standout jewellery pieces on the Spring/Summer 2023 runways were much more than decorative add-ons.

Flowers traditionally became a spring jewellery trend. In addition, more sculptural and minimalist interpretations with an artistic and bohemian feel appeared on the Spring 2023 runways, which are translated into design studios. Eye-catching earrings are also making a comeback in 2023, with bold, oversized designs taking centre stage. Designers like Proenza Schouler and Nensi Dojaka advocated designing eveningwear with nothing more than a pair of long, dangling earrings reaching past the shoulders. This year’s Spring runways gave us great sources of inspiration for the chicest and on-trend jewellery.

From intricate floral 3D blooms to bold, eye-catching necklaces, this year’s jewellery trends are all about making a statement and expressing a unique sense of style. Here are this season’s top 5 jewellery trends.


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.

Dries Van Noten

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


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.


Models walked the spring 2023 runway shows at Tory Burch, wearing shoulder-grazing jewellery, which was a powerful combination.  This wasn’t the only runway where this kind of jewellery finished each outfit. Other luxury brands included statement long statement earrings in their designs, such as Louis Vuitton, Ulla Johnson, and Proenza Schouler.

Louis Vuitton

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


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

Proenza Schouler

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


For this spring 2023 season, we expect to see wrists and arms adorned with bold statement cuffs, leaving your sleeves behind. 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 Sinkhai, Michael Kors, Tory Burch, Bevza, Kim Shui