It feels almost contradictory to speak of a trend as timeless. Trends, by their very nature, push new styles to the forefront and force old fashions into something obsolete. While trends act as the vehicle to keep things interesting and push new boundaries, every so often they allow us to create a timeless piece, initiating something you can come back to time and time again.

Jewelry of quality is made to last. Certainly, the raw metals and stones we use are hard wearing and can come at a considerable cost. Therefore, unlike clothes, it makes sense to invest in pieces that can stand the test of time and continue to give you confidence when you wear them. More than this, they should be something you love. Not just in the moment, but for years to come, as a way of adding style to what you are wearing.

Jewelry Trends

Here we explore some of the timeless trends to consider adding to your collection. Reliable pieces are worthy of your investment.

The Signet Ring

Anything that was worn in the bronze age all the way through to today has proved that it can stand the test of time. Stunning in their simplicity, even a brand new one can take on the appearance of an heirloom. Today they can come in a variety of metals and patterns and offer ample opportunity for creating unique looks even without the family crest. Visit Orocal for a rare gold quartz, signet style ring that will be sure to become your family’s heirloom.

Chunky Chain Necklace

A style that resounded with fashionistas in the ’80s, and again in the ’90s, the chunky gold necklace has yet again risen to the forefront of jewelry fashion, proving once again that it is a staple of any timeless collection.

Tennis Bracelets

Formerly known as eternity bracelets, tennis bracelets got their name during a tennis match in 1987 when the oh so stylish Chris Evert stopped play to search for the bracelet that had flown off her wrist.

This classic piece is as stunning as it is timeless, with the ability to lift and engage the stacked bracelet into something elegant and opulent.


Considered the ultimate status symbol in ancient Rome, the current trend status of pearls can’t take away from their timeless quality. A far cry from the prim and proper look of Audrey Hepburn, pearls have recently made their way onto the red carpet at the Brit Awards around the neck of Harry Styles, proving they are as versatile as they are enduring.

Hoop Earrings

Offering versatility in terms of size, shape, style, and color, hoop earrings are in right now, but many would argue they never went out. Originating in Africa in the fourth century, hoop earrings have managed to transcend time and culture to remain a firm favorite among followers of fashion, finding a place in both pop culture and street culture. Even William Shakespeare is often depicted sporting a hoop in his left ear.