Matching jewelry trend: mother-daughter accessories for Mother’s Day

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I’m very lucky because my mother is a total fashion icon. When we go shopping together, we almost always go home with matching fashion finds. This is why the mother-daughter combo jewelry trend is perfect.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve stolen her clothes, bags and jewelry and incorporated them into my own wardrobe. I even got caught trying to take some of their items to college (my mission was unsuccessful). I love the idea of ​​coordinating jewelry because it’s a way to add everyday sentimental value to both of our looks. It also saves us from being to Matchy match and doubles our possibilities (because we still swap parts, of course).

Coordinating jewelry, especially in the mother-daughter spirit, doesn’t have to feel like a gimmick. Don’t get me wrong, I was a big fan of matching friendship bracelets and half heart necklaces as a kid, but I want my adult jewelry to feel a little more elevated.

Now I’m looking for simple ways to create continuity between our collections. One way to do this is to focus on a subject like the stars or the moon and find pieces within that theme. I also love the idea of ​​picking a stone or gem and finding jewelry that features the same element.

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Zoë Kravitz and her mother, Lisa Bonet, do an incredible job of matching jewelry in a way that still suits their unique personal style. Kravitz’s gold earrings and body chain complement Bonet’s bird brooch on her collar and gold hoop earrings.

Many jewelry brands also have signature styles that they incorporate into most of their pieces. If you buy jewelry from the same brand, there’s a good chance the design elements will be consistent throughout — you can take a brand’s signature style and make it one that you and your mom are known for.

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If being subtle isn’t your thing, take a page from Kris and Khloe Kardashian’s book and go bold. The Kardashian duo not only wore sparkling diamond earrings, but also coordinated their twisted glitter dresses. This is a fun way to ensure everyone is aware of family ties at events.

Whether you mix and match earrings and bracelets or rings and necklaces, mother daughter jewelry is so cute and sentimental. Mother’s Day is fast approaching too, so this is a great way to get your mom and yourself (of course for the sake of the trend) something special. Read on for my favorite coordinating picks.

Perhaps the most classic way to coordinate with your mom is by wearing complementary sets of pearls. Pearl jewelry is a staple of sophisticated style, but it can also allude to the more carefree fashion of the 1920s. Pearls are currently enjoying a modern resurgence, being set into heavy chain necklaces, puff earrings, or other gemstone clusters. This means that even if you’re a die-hard Y2K grunge girl and your mom prefers a classy tress, you can still coordinate jewelry and have a meaningful connection.

If you’re interested in astrology or just enjoy spending a long night under the stars, moon and star themed jewelry is a great way to connect with your mom and the great unknown. Stars are super trendy for jewelry right now, so finding celestial gems to wear is easy. One of you can wear a crescent moon necklace while the other wears sparkling star stud earrings (or vice versa) to stay on topic. If you want to include multiple siblings in the look, a moon and star charm bracelet is also a fun option that everyone can wear.

You don’t have to have an heirloom engagement ring to connect with your family with diamonds. Diamonds come in all shapes and sizes, making them easy to personalize and fun to mix and match. Great for everyday wear, a matching pair of tiny diamond stud earrings will be a subtle daily reminder to your mom. Having different pieces in the same shape or setting is another way to have a subtle #twinning moment. Diamonds are also available in moissanite and lab-grown alternatives, so you don’t have to break the bank to enter.

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