Jewels inspired by the sun, the moon and the stars have always been in fashion, but these days celestial style jewelry has become a full-on trend. In fact, industry trade resource JCK Insider named celestial style one of the six big trends to watch for at its recent JCK Las Vegas industry trade show.
According to the the Insider, “Maybe it’s our current infatuation with space travel, or it’s simply that celestial jewelry has never not been beloved, but it’s more apparent than ever—which means there are so many good options to choose from.”
Let’s take a look.
Shoot for the Stars
The Celeste Ring in 14K yellow gold delivers mega-dazzle for under $1,000. Featuring 0.15 carats of diamonds, it would make a fabulous promise ring or graduation gift. Consider buying one for yourself to remind you of your dreams and goals. $950, by Artistry, Ltd.
These stunning Star Climber Studs in 14K yellow gold incorporate a contemporary style with a classic gold-and-diamond combination. Wear them for the 4th of July and right on through the winter holidays. $340, by Gabriel & Co.
Here’s an old favorite from The Museum Store at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, one of our favorite resources for unusual jewelry. The Met’s Sunburst Pin is adapted from the decoration on a shaffron, or head armor for a horse, made by Wolfgang Grosschedel (German, 1517–1562) in the Museum’s collection. Try it on a ribbon choker or pinned to a headband. $75, at metmuseum.org.
These gold Celestial Drop Earrings from BaubleBar are listed among its “BB Essentials.” Fans love their stellar silhouette, which is loaded with plenty of crystal accents. At $36 a pair, these sparkle-plenty earrings offer a designer look at an affordable price. Available at baublebar.com.
The Moon in June
Wren & Glory’s Full Moon Circle Pendant looks divine on its own, or layered with your favorite necklaces. Featuring a 20” chain, it’s made of brass plated with 18K gold. Enjoy the “look of real” at a down-to-earth price. $85, at wrenglory.com.
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