Iconic Jewelry Pieces of the 2000s 

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The 2000s, or the ‘aughts,’ as the decade is called, were known for their significant developments in technology, which affected entertainment, art, fashion, and, of course, jewelry. The styles were futuristic and exciting. Now, the 2000s inspired jewelry brings us more than memories. Many popular fashion statements peaked during this era and are making a comeback with style. 

Known for unconventional maximalism and brazen statements, these lustrous and dazzling jewelry pieces of the 2000s made a huge mark in the world of fashion. Turkish jewelry is no exception, as some of its new designs are inspired by the intrinsic pieces from this era. Read further to take a tour to the 2000s to explore the famous jewelry styles that are still making it to the present and those that should probably stay back. 

The 2000s Jewelry Trends - Add These to Your Collection  

The hip-hop culture greatly impacted the 2000s jewelry trends to include flashy and bold ornaments. The boho-chic style influenced the iconic pieces, including cuff bracelets, layered chain necklaces, cocktail rings, and other personalized jewelry. There’s no other time than now to fill your drawers with the jewelry pieces you wished to have but missed in the 2000s. 

Bold, Gold Earrings 

Gold has always been a winner in any era. Straight from the 2000s are gold earrings and necklaces with designs of butterflies. The eternal symbol of transformation, this choice was popular amongst preteens, teens as well as young adults. Elegant earrings inspired by these youthful designs are back in vogue. 

Personalized, Beaded Jewelry 

Reinvented this year, beaded necklaces will bring back memories for the millennial generation. You can pick the bead of your choice of heart shapes, flower patterns, butterflies, shells, or stars. Beaded jewelry styles, specifically necklaces, and chains, are quite fashionable and give a Bohemian vibe when worn with casual outfits. 

Silver Jewelry 

Having stood the test of time, silver jewelry from the 2000s is still one of the most loved and purchased jewelry. Be it a dainty silver necklace or a simple set with pearls; they complement any kind of outfit-traditional and modern. It provides consumers with a broader alternative in the category of easy-to-possess accessories. 

The 2000s Jewelry Trends that Should Not Make a Comeback 

Belly Rings 

While belly rings were immensely popular in the 2000s, it can be taken for granted that in 2021, they will stand out and not in a good way. No longer part of the style quotient, this is a trend that is not likely to make a comeback any time soon. 

Charm Bracelets 

With the recent trend of less-is-more, charm bracelets are not very much in demand today. Too cute to be stylish, it is best to stay away from charm bracelets as we gear up for 2022. With chic and graceful designs a more apt choice for the ladies of tomorrow, charm bracelets is no longer part of today’s wish list. 

Black Choker Necklaces 

While we are seeing a resurgence of gold and silver choker necklace designs, it is perhaps best to leave the black, tattoo-style chokers in the 2000s. While they were definitely in vogue then, such a look is now best suited for teenagers. 

Meet the World at the Jewelry Exhibition

The Istanbul Jewelry Show is one of the biggest jewelry trade fairs. You can find the best international and Turkish jewelry here. Some of the major Turkish jewelry exports negotiations are conducted at this jewelry show. The 51th edition of the Istanbul Jewelry Show will take place between 24-27 March 2022 at the Istanbul Expo Center. Subscribe to our e-newsletter by clicking here to learn when online registration is live. 

 

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