The Jewels of Spring

What’s in your arsenal for spring accessories? If you’re looking for something new that will update, transcend and elevate your look for the season, then waste no time and take a closer look at these spectacular pieces.

Narciso has introduced, for the first time, major stone statement necklaces. The scale of the stone is new, fresh and balances the silhouettes of spring. Proenza Schouler hits the mark with grandmother’s vintage accessories reimagined with an edge. The graphic take on a button earring feels new again.

The long pendant necklaces at Edun feel like a modern interpretation of their globally inspired collection. The graphic silver contrasts with the more organic tortoise for a love at first site reaction.

In a Scandi-meets NYC fashion affair, designer Pamela Love collaborated with Carin Rodebjer on the jewelry for her Spring collection. The “Nick Cave” inspired runway looks benefited from Love’s polished brass and rough cut quartz druzy and pyrite pieces—4 in total. This bracelet took the top spot though.

Altuzarra finished his modern take on 18th century romance with intaglio and pearl drop earrings: a singular statement that perfectly summed up the collection.

These graphic hoop necklaces from a modern Marni give a nod and a wink to friendship bracelets—reinterpreted of course with chic gold.

Ralph Lauren’s safari-chic collection has a glamorous touch with these multi-colored bejeweled bibs. It’s been a few seasons since Tom Ford showed jewelry on the runway. Welcome back! These organic gold and pyrite necklaces bring the perfect dose of rock inspired earthiness to the collection.

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Judy Ninman

Judy Ninman is owner/designer for her namesake couture company, partner in one of the top Worth New York agencies in the country, and designer of award-winning signature apparel for corporations. With over 25 years experience in the fashion industry, she has been featured in the Dallas Morning News, D magazine, Southern Bride, and hosted FOX 4’s Good Day Dallas fashion segment. She has a reputable, loyal following of Dallas’ fashion-conscious women. Check out her
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