TBH, most jewelry trends pass me by. I like what I like, regardless of whether it is popular or not, so I never have been swayed by Pandora/Trollbeads, Tiffany silver (or most silver/white metal jewelry), three stone rings or pendants, rose gold, etc. Rose gold always reminded me of Black Hills gold. Despite it being significantly different, I just can't shake that association. I really just prefer pieces with meaning to me. Jewelry is spendy enough that I don't see it as trend-worthy.
That whole lucite jewelery trend. It looks really good on everyone else but for some reason it just doesn't look right on me. But I STILL bought lucite bracelets and watches that I never used and now need to re-home!
For me it's the vca alhambra and cartier love/trinity. i cannot justify paying 5-10X the material cost for what appear to be very simple designs; not to mention that the workmanship of these 2 houses have significantly weakened as they became more mass market in the last several years.
I would however continue to collect vintage cartier (specifically the art deco period).
I love the Tiffany tag jewellery but was put off wearing it when I saw Chavy girls wearing it or similar pieces it really ruins such a popular piece . I don't mind seeing regular girls in it it can look beautiful on them but I'm talking about the cheap looking track suit wearers with fake oversized gold jewellery :( very sad to see. It might not be real Tiffany Ive never had a close enough look