Jewelry Trends

Embrace Florals with Rosette Jewelry

It doesn’t have to be spring for you to appreciate beautiful floral jewelry. Explore this revived 1990s trend with rose and rosette jewelry.

Chanel Bouton De Camélia choker and Piaget Rose ring

The rosette trend is in full bloom and has been seen everywhere, from red carpets and runway shows to the bustling streets of New York City. The 3D flower motif had an earlier revival in the 1990s, famously appearing in the wardrobe of Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw. Looking to embrace this trend in a way that’s more subtle than Bradshaw’s iconic oversize rosette brooches? Even classic rose jewelry is becoming more popular, as well as a little easier to find. After all, fine jewelry can take time to catch up to fashion trends. Our thoughtful selection of rose and rosette jewelry highlights contemporary pieces so you can seamlessly partake in this revival.

Christian Dior

Christian Dior’s passion for roses is the starting point for La Rose Dior, a collection with four categories of rose-inspired jewelry that ranges from more modern and minimalist pieces to full-on diamond-set masterpieces. It’s also the central focus of Dior in Bloom (Rizzoli), the fashion book that chronicles the French luxury house’s floral-inspired creations. This necklace features a blooming rosebud covered in 0.50 carats diamond in 18K pink gold. Its 16” chain has adjustment links that allow you to also shorten this piece to 15”. 

Christian Dior Rose Dior Couture necklace in 18K pink gold with 0.50 carats diamond, $8,850


Piaget is a renowned luxury watch and jewelry brand with Swiss origins. The Piaget Rose collection is a garden of mesmerizing pieces celebrating one of the maison’s most iconic motifs. Inspired by the classic Yves Piaget rose, a hybrid tea rose, this ring has scalloped petals embellished with 98 brilliant-cut diamonds. It is available in 18K white and rose gold.

Piaget Rose ring in 18K white gold with 1.40 carats diamond, from $13,900


This piece cleverly combines Chanel’s signature camellia flower motif with another trademark of 1990s fashion: the choker. The Chanel Bouton De Camélia choker is a modern take on rosette jewelry that will likely prove timeless, featuring 48 brilliant-cut diamonds and a 0.25-carat brilliant-cut central diamond. While the camellia flower isn’t a rose, it is just as beautiful, carries an equal amount of romantic symbolism, and has a similar appearance to a classic rosette. This chic choker is perfect for styling an evening look. 

Chanel Bouton De Camélia choker in 18K white gold and 2.23 carats diamond, $48,000 

Anita Ko

These Anita Ko stud earrings are a great way to integrate the rosette trend into your everyday jewelry. They feature 0.58 carats pavé diamond and a 0.15-carat central stone. They are available in 18K rose gold. 

Anita Ko Rose Flower studs in 18K rose gold with 0.73 carats diamond, $5,250

Dena Kemp

If you’re looking to make a statement with rosette jewelry, then these Dena Kemp earrings are for you. They showcase lifelike rosebuds covered in 2.75 carats diamond. We recommend wearing these earrings with your hair up so that others can appreciate their unobstructed beauty.

Dena Kemp Rose earrings in 18K white gold with 2.75 carats diamond, $23,000

EF Collection

These dainty stud earrings by EF Collection are a wardrobe staple. They feature a small, classic rose silhouette, and the petals are lined completely with glittering pavé diamonds. They’re minimalist, so they won’t go out of style, and they add a soft touch to just about every outfit. The earrings are available in 14K white, yellow, and rose gold. 

EF Collection Diamond Rose stud earrings in 14K white gold with 0.25 carats diamond.

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