15 Gender-Neutral Jewelry Pieces for Your Wedding Day and Beyond

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Courtesy of MISHO

Blame it on the likes of Harry Styles, Timothée Chalamet, and Billie Eilish, but blurred binary boundaries in fashion are the way of the future. And couples should rejoice, for androgynous and gender-neutral jewelry belongs in every pair's closet.

Be it a pearl choker, a signet ring, or a medallion, sharing is caring when it comes to a couple's bling. Investing in unisex jewels isn’t like buying that all-important engagement ring that is a marker of your new life together. There is more scope to have fun here. Play with both trendy pieces and high-end buys to add more intrigue to your accessories closet—and for another excuse to go jewelry shopping together!

Ahead, 15 beautiful gender-fluid jewelry pieces for your wedding day and beyond.

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Most Splurge-worthy: Bulgari B.Zero 1 Bracelet

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Courtesy of Bulgari

Bulgari's B.zero1 line is edgy, cool, and multi-gender. This 18K rose gold bracelet with black ceramic is Zaha Hadid’s reinterpretation of the Roman Colosseum. Both brides and grooms can stack this piece with other bracelets or let it shine on its own.

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Best for Fashion Lovers: Louis Vuitton LV Volt Large Pendant

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Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton’s first unisex jewelry line Volt is for logo lovers who are all about mix, match, and layers. This diamond and 18K yellow gold adjustable pendant will be as chic over a sweater as it will be with a plunging neckline.  

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Most Iconic: Juste un Clou Bracelet

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Courtesy of Cartier

Conceived in 1970s New York and relaunched in 2012, this nail-inspired silhouette from Cartier is a cult favorite that needs no introduction. It has long been a gender-neutral favorite.

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Most On-Trend: Cultured Freshwater Pearl Diamond Strand Necklace

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Courtesy of Zales

Let’s face it: Pearls belong in everyone's jewelry box. Go on and channel your inner Harry Styles with this on-trend necklace from Zales’ Vera Wang Love collection.  

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For the Bold Type: Cigar Signet Ring

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Courtesy of The Clear Cut

The Clear Cut’s 14K yellow gold ring isn’t afraid of a statement-making look. It’s just the kind of piece that can easily become a part of a fashion-forward everyday look.

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Most Sentimental: Love One Another Sound Wave Bracelet

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Courtesy of Kendra Pariseault Jewelry

Kendra Pariseault has created something unique with her stackable signature sound wave bracelets. The 14K gold disks come together to form the sound wave of the expression "love one another." 

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Most Nostalgic: Wolf Edit Cabochon Pearl Magda Ring

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Courtesy of The Jewelry Edit

It’s true: these are not your mother’s pearls. Canadian label Wolf Circus combines a feminine cabochon pearl with a masculine setting to create a piece that is the best of both worlds. 

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For Astrology Lovers: MISHO Zodiac Pendant

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Courtesy of MISHO

Feel like your love was written in the stars? Then join Misho’s Zodiac club with their handcrafted pendants that you can also get engraved with your initials on the back. Did we mention that Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid are already fans?

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Most Modern: Maha Fearless Ring

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Courtesy of AARYAH

Inspired by the Sanskrit word "maha" meaning great, this 14K gold carved ring has just the right hint of edge without going overboard. Stack it with your wedding band on the days you’re not sharing it with your partner. 

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Most Classic: Charles & Colvard Forever One Solitaire Stud Earrings

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Courtesy of Charles & Colvard

Do you and your partner share an equal love for diamond studs? Then these 1.60ctw round moissanite four-prong solitaire earrings in 14K yellow gold is a match made in heaven for you. 

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Most Elegant: Lauren Addison Princess-Cut Diamond Bracelet

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Courtesy of Lauren Addison

Lauren Addison makes a case for simple sophistication with this 18K white gold wrist candy set with princess-cut diamonds. Wear it on your wedding day and then add it to your daily jewelry line-up.

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Most Simple: Gold Herringbone Snake Chain Necklace

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Courtesy of Tanzire

Let a hint of gold peek out from under your shirt collars with this trendy gold-plated chain. Wear it solo or pair with it other necklaces for a trendy layered look.

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Most Fluid: Missoma Dalmatian Jasper Woven Square Signet Ring

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Courtesy of Missoma

Missoma’s first-ever gender-fluid collection Fused is bursting with share-worthy pieces; from simple to statement-making. This semi-precious dalmatian jasper woven ring is for when you want all eyes on you.

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Most Impact: Martyre Small Huggies

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Courtesy of Martyre

It’s the little details that elevate a look—such as these small huggies from Martyre that are available in sterling silver, 14K yellow gold, and rose gold. Take your pick!

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Most Striking: Apex Diamond Ring

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Courtesy of Brilliant Earth

Brilliant Earth’s Mx collection blurs the line between traditional and masculine design codes to create gender-neutral styles. Much like this 18K yellow gold band with a shimmering diamond flush-set at its center. 

Shopping FAQs

Shopping for gender-neutral jewelry? We've answered three common questions that you may have.

  • What is gender-fluid jewelry? Gender-fluid jewelry is meant to be worn by anyone. Several leading and independent jewelry labels have now launched gender-neutral collections to reflect the current mindset of shoppers. While that is one place to start, it doesn’t need to be the only way to go. The very core of gender fluidity is to wear it if you like, irrespective of any labels. 
  • How do we pick the right pieces? Look for versatility, so that you both can wear the same jewelry in distinctly different ways to complement your individual style sensibilities. 
  • What are the styles that work best? There is no "one size (or style) fits all" in this case, literally and metaphorically. You can start by looking at size-agnostic silhouettes like chains, pendants, and earrings. Rings or bracelets are best bought together in-store. You can also consider personalized pieces, for a sentimental touch. 

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