Top 10 Diamond Necklace Trends For The Perfect Gift

Posted byABELINI TEAM |26 August 2020
Top 10 Diamond Necklace Trends For The Perfect Gift
From intricately designed pendants to simple, minimalist designs, a diamond is always a treasured gift. One that holds value both in terms of money and in terms of sentiment. But with so many incredible diamond necklaces on the market, which one suits your beloved the best? Whether you’re looking for something classic and timeless or a themed piece is more their style, half the fun is finding that perfect gift. Diamonds are forever – and when you pick the right necklace, you’re making a romantic statement that can’t be matched.

While diamond rings have a particular significance, a beautiful diamond pendant or necklace can be a wonderful gift. From Hollywood glam to understated, elegant designs to fashion-led jewellery, there’s something to suit everyone when it comes to diamonds. Diamond necklaces can add the finishing touch to any outfit, while diamond pendants are a versatile way to elevate an everyday look.

Still stumped on which trend to pick for your loved one? We’ve listed some of the best diamond necklace designs on the market to give you a head start. From minimal and classic to sweeping glamour and vibrant designs, there’s something that anyone will love here:


Solitaire Diamond NecklacesSo-named for the single diamond that adorns this style of pendant or necklace, solitaire diamond necklaces make that single gem the focal point of the piece. Incredibly popular for rings, necklaces, earrings and more, solitaires have the simplicity to be entirely flexible to your style. Whether you’re a fan of casual wear or you’re looking for something that fits into a formal career wardrobe, the solitaire is a classic – and it’s here to stay.


Halo Diamond NecklaceHalo necklaces are an increasingly popular option for gifting. Named after the ‘halo’ of smaller diamonds surrounding a central, larger diamond, halo diamond necklaces have an extra dimension to them that further adds to their charm. Protecting the central stone, and offering even more exceptional brilliance, halo necklaces are less understated than a solitaire, but all the better for it. Ideal for dressing up or down, these timeless pieces exude elegance in all the best ways.




Cross Diamond NecklaceIf you or your loved one is religious, a Christian cross necklace may be a fantastic gifting option. Designed to resemble the crucifix, whether minimalist in style or with the inclusion of Jesus, crosses are often gifted as part of baptism or confirmation rites – as well as for other special events. As a sign of faith, a diamond cross necklace can be an incredibly meaningful and cherished gift that can be worn continuously.






Cluster Diamond NecklaceNamed after the cluster of gemstones these elegant necklaces are created from, cluster diamond necklaces are wonderful statement pieces – and an excellent gift for a loved one. Designed with a group of gemstones, these kinds of necklaces may create the illusion of a larger diamond from far away or may include gems of different sizes to create a unique pattern or feature for dramatic effect.


Heart Diamond NecklaceNothing quite expresses your love for someone like a beautiful heart diamond pendant. As a romantic gift, heart diamond pendants are a popular choice – as well as being a symbol of faith and luck in certain circles. With a distinctive shape and plenty of symbolism behind the design, a heart diamond necklace is one of the ultimate gifts for anniversaries, birthdays or weddings, and for a good reason too. Give someone your heart, and it’s a gift that’s meant to be cherished.





From simple solitaire designs to dramatic and luxurious classic line diamond necklaces, there are hundreds of options to choose from when it comes to diamond pendant and necklace designs. Which one is right for your loved one is entirely up to you – but with our full range of elegant, unique and beautiful pieces at Abelini Jewellery, you’re sure to find something you’ll love.

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