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12 Las Vegas Jewelry Trends, No. 11, Hoop Dreams: Hoop Earrings Are Timeless and Integral to America’s Love of Casual Living

Alice Cicolini Kimono Hoop earrings

New York City, May 23, 2019. Hoop earrings are the timeless style ideally suited to the U.S.’s affinity for casual couture. From the hoop-loving crowds that emerge during March Madness to the track-suit-wearing tribes of soccer moms nationwide, hoops represent effortless flair and an easy-to-embrace symbol. Hoops also continue to be a fixture in runway shows like Ulla Johnson and Bottega Veneta, and celebs like J. Lo are renowned for their love of the look in a wide range of silhouettes—from chunky to slender to gem-studded. Looking for a go-to style that’s versatile and won’t disappoint? Put on a pair of hoops and effortlessly tackle whatever scenario life throws your way.

Editor’s Note: We are counting down the days to the most important jewelry trade shows in North America (happening in late May and early June in Las Vegas) with 12 days of jewelry trends! These trends are based on what’s been appearing in the market lately, what was on display at other recent fairs, and what designers say they’re making for the next shows.

Large Diana hoop earrings in 14k yellow gold with white cultured freshwater pearls, $1,220; email  Alexis@leximazzdesigns.com at LexiMazz Designs for purchase

Medium hoop earrings in 18k gold filigree with cultured white freshwater pearls, €1,200; Christina Soubli

Hoop earrings in blackened silver are 40 mm big and have 0.4 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,450; email belle@bellebrooke.net at Belle Brooke Designs for purchase

Gigi Ferranti jewelry is delicately bold!

Kimono hoop earrings in 18k yellow gold with hand-engraved and vitreous enamel beads by Kamal Meenakar as well as cultured Tahitian pearls and pink tourmaline, carnelian, rhodochrosite, citrine, garnet, hematite and synthetic ruby beads, £4,295; Alice Cicolini

Dynamite hoops in 18k white gold with gray enamel, 1.56 cts. t.w. baguette-cut gray spinel and 0.34 ct. t.w. princess-cut gray spinel, $5,806.42; email sw_us_ops@stephenwebster.com at Stephen Webster for purchase


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