Diamond studs, Gran’s pearl necklace and a simple gold band: You’ve got your go-to baubles on a reliable rotation. But spring is a time for awakening, so why not apply that to your jewelry box, too? Lucky for you, jewelry trends are seeing some major changes this year. Here are our nine favorite ways to shake up your everyday looks. 

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Giant Beaded Earrings

Just us, or is the contrast between minuscule beads within those humongous clusters the most delightful thing you’ve ever seen?

Get the look: Bauble Bar ($36); Kenneth Jay Lane ($100); Sachin & Babi ($250)

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Micro Diamonds

The teeny-tiny accessory trend isn’t just for bags, people. Look out for pavé-like settings on slim ring bands, perfect for stacking or as an elegant standalone. 

Get the look: Vita Fede ($275); EF Collection ($850); Tiffany & Co. ($2,200)

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Asymmetrical Earrings

We agree: Your shoes should definitely match. But earrings are fair game for mismatching thanks to a barrage of recent runway looks. So how do you do it? It can be as simple as pairing a subtle stud with a dramatic drop earring. (In fact, lots of jewelers are selling statement earrings as singles now.)

Get the look: Jenny Bird ($75); Amber Sceats ($119); Zoe Chicco ($388) 

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Collar Necklaces

More grown-up than your niece’s velvet chokers, these metal necklaces draw attention to your collarbone, aka one of your most appealing assets.

Get the look: Shashi ($65); Luv Aj ($125); Eddie Borgo ($350)

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Earring Bars

For those not totally on board with earring jackets or second piercings, try a thin gold or silver line to provide a similar effect without any added commitment.

Get the look: Kathleen Whitaker ($25); Catbird ($74); Melissa Joy Manning ($150) 

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Chunky Rings

A welcome break from all the minimalist thin bands and tiny studs: Masculine rings now skew more signet than cocktail ring. Think animal motifs, heavy metal bands and giant settings.

Get the look: Elizabeth & James ($115); Gucci ($350); Cartier (Starting at $6,000)

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'80s-Inspired Chains

We already told you: It’s all about maximalism. Get ready for a departure from your delicate thread-like gold necklaces and make room for in-your-face chunky chain-links that feel fresh but still awesomely vintage.

Get the look: Etsy ($27); Kenneth Cole ($48); Marc Jacobs ($275)

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Fringe ornamentation on bags, shoes, clothing and jewelry is everywhere, and we can’t get enough. Bright, festive and oversized styles are here just in time for warmer weather. 

Get the look: Gorjana ($50); Melanie Auld ($130); Etro ($500)

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We know, Miranda Priestly: “groundbreaking.” But it’s not spring without fresh blooms on everything from embroidered denim to intricate dangle earrings. And it’s more trendy this year than ever. 

Get the look: Les Néréides ($191); Lizzie Fortunato ($505); Dior (sold in stores)

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