Let it go to your head
Headpieces have always been fashionable, from the floral headdresses worn every year at festivals, to the elaborate fascinators worn to race days. However, this year it’s all about embellished, bejewelled head pieces that scream elegance and 1920s glamour. If you really want to stand out from the crowd, why not swap a necklace for a stunning head band with some jewel detail, and pair it up with some dramatic dropped earrings to finish off the look. If you’re going for a day time look instead, you could incorporate a simple metal band into a fishtail plait for a boho style.
Layering can instantly transform any dull outfit, and there are many ways that you can layer jewellery pieces to create a statement look. With necklaces, trying going for different lengths and pendants, but in the same coloured metal to create your own collection. If you prefer bracelets and bangles instead, mix and match textures around your favourite gemstone colour or a theme that reflects your personality.
Charm bracelets are back with a vengeance and this time they’re looking far more elegant; the ChloBo Boho collection is a perfect example of the kinds of collections that work well for layering too. On the one hand, you can build a variety of textures by picking beaded bracelets and solid polished metal bangles for your arm piece, but then you can choose from a wide selection of charms too that are important to you. If you’re in need of some luck and positivity, then the Buddah could be the symbol for you. Or instead, for a touch of magic and protection in your life, the moon might be the charm you’re looking for. If you just love statement pieces though, you can’t go wrong with their new stunning Luna Soul range.
No need for a top button
A couple of years ago, the Peter Pan collar came into fashion and swept through the high street stores; it’s still as popular as ever, but now you can turn any outfit into a Peter Pan masterpiece. If you take a look at the catwalks today, you’ll see plenty of high collar necklace pieces around. They could be a fixed metal style with a large stone for an Aztec look, or an embroidered fabric with a delicate lace tie at the back. Whatever your personal style, there should be one to suit you.
I hope you enjoyed these top jewellery trends – have you spotted any others that you think will take the fashion industry by storm? Don’t forget to leave a comment and let me know.
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