We're jumping on our favorite decade faster than you can say Fresh Prince of Bel Air, and we’ve got the jewelry to style it.
While the '80s was all about shoulder pads, big hair, and designer names, we loved the '90s for its “I-just-threw-this-on" mentality. Think slip dresses with scrunchies, or crop tops and bike shorts. You had glam, you had grunge, and you had trying to replicate everything out of Jennifer Aniston’s Friends wardrobe.
Our latest launch, the Symbols & Signs collection, has us feeling all the collective nostalgia with its '90s necklaces. So, we thought we’d dig deep into some other '90s jewelry trending pieces that are making a well-deserved comeback. Styles that we think are – to use the decade’s slang – the bomb.
Born between 1989 and 1999 (or wish you were)? Wear your birth year loud and proud with a standout chain, featuring a varsity-style font. And why not, treat someone else to the ultimate personalized gift?
Go Big Or Go Home
We’re forever reminiscing on the big hoops of the era. Luckily, we don't have to walk down memory lane as these standout earrings haven't gone anywhere. We'll take the biggest hoops we can, but leave the platform shoes in the '90s.
Our Own Kind of Mood Rings
Okay, so our mood rings don’t magically change color when you put them on. But we’re all about choosing gemstones for what we want to bring into our lives, whether that be love, compassion, creativity or even protection from buying more '90s-inspired outfits than we need in our wardrobe.
A Choker Comeback
All kinds of chokers were hot in the '90s, from gothic to lace and everything in-between. Want extra nineties points? Wear yours over a turtleneck.
Cross Your Heart
Part of the grunge aesthetic, cross pendant necklaces had a huge renaissance during the '90s. Channel Sarah Michelle Gellar in Cruel Intentions with one of your own, without the illegal substances inside.
You know the '90s were all about that glitzy bling. Get playful with colourful enamel charm and drop hoop earrings that drop it low for you.