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Jessica Alba Shows That Stacking Styles Is Still a Major Trend

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Jessica Alba Shows That Stacking Styles Is Still a Major Trend

Jessica Alba on Instagram wearing a mix of designers including Temple St. Clair rings and pendant, John Hardy earrings, Fox and Bond and Jennifer Meyer.

TRENDS IN JEWELRY are still going strong, even when we are in our working-from-home mode or dressing up for a Zoom event. Jessica Alba showed how to wear a number of trends during this past Galentine’s Day in a post on Instagram. She stacked rings — not only thin eternity bands, but those with colored gemstones, on both hands and on quite a few fingers. She also wore a symbolic pendant, a pair of gypsy hoops, and a short diamond necklace — all styles that were relevant before the pandemic and that continue to evolve.

Temple St. Clair 18K gold sugarloaf cut blue moonstone ring with diamond accents

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Zoe Chicco 14K gold diamond drop gypsy hoop earrings

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Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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