Trend to Try: Coin Jewelry

Trend to Try: Coin Jewelry(Source: FameFlynet Pictures, Christopher Polk/Getty Images North America, Todd Oren/Getty Images North America)After Dolce & Gabbana’s coin-centric spring show—in which ancient Roman currency bedecked everything from earrings to evening dresses—it seemed somewhat inevitable that money-piece jewelry would have a moment this season. What’s surprising is how versatile this trend actually is. Gilded and oversized (à la Dolce), the look is a glammed-up wink at opulence. But rendered in silver, the coins feel unmistakably boho—even a little folksy. With such broad appeal, it’s no wonder a diverse flock of stars have recently stepped out in the style.

For newly-made-under Nicki Minaj, a pair of off-the-runway Dolce & Gabbana door-knocker earrings are flashy, bold and badass.
Trend to Try: Coin Jewelry(Source: Christopher Polk/Getty Images North America)Meanwhile, Vanessa Hudgens' sterling-silver Vanessa Mooney necklace and matching anklet have free-spirit, gypsy-esque appeal. 
Trend to Try: Coin Jewelry(Source: FameFlynet Pictures)

Kylie Jenner also sported silver coins at Coachella. Her layered necklace is from Goldbarr.
Trend to Try: Coin Jewelry(Source: Todd Oren/Getty Images North America)Want to trade in your spare change for some cool coin jewelry? We're loving these styles, below. 
Trend to Try: Coin Jewelry(Source: Net-a-Porter, Guess, Target)Kenneth Jay Lane Gold-Plated Coin Necklace, $180, at Net-a-PorterGuess Silver-Tone Coin Fish-Scale Earrings, $22, at Guess; Gold Coins Bracelet, $29.99, at Target
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