What women want: The new jewellery trends of the year
New year, new trends: what woman isn’t looking forward to ringing in the new season with the hottest It pieces from the jewelry scene? If you want to know what’s hot with the fashion bloggers and fashion influencers, you can always follow it on Instagram. Here are a few accessory trends fresh from the catwalks.
Continuation of the rose gold trend
First, some perhaps relaxing news: yes, the darling trend of rose gold is here to stay. So if you didn’t get your lover a heart pendant or infinity ring in rose precious metal for Valentine’s Day, he can still make up for it because the trend is here to stay. The ring will definitely match your watch with the big round dial from last season. For more inspiration and gorgeous jewellery ideas, visit valmano.co.uk.
Back from the 90’s are now the name chains. Wear your first name in gold or silver script quite close to your neck and combine it with several other filigree necklaces of different lengths. It is still très chic to mix several metal colours. Jewellery that is too uniform looks unfashionable!
How much the trend is back on the catwalks, models also show at the Berlin Fashion Week. Like Sandra Hunke, who is both a fashion model and a trained craftswoman. Last summer she got her marriage proposal at the Fashion Week with a ring in rose gold, live she always presents in a rose gold outfit and soon, she will release her first design line in rose gold. As said, the favorite trend of rose gold remains.
Seen on Instagram: The pearl trend
Baroque pearls are a new mega trend. Oversized earrings with irregularly shaped, drop-shaped pearls were the favorite accessories of the top models at the fashion shows. Of course, this jewelry trend has nothing in common with the traditional pearl necklace from grandma. Do you love classic, fresh and young interpretations? Even if you have so far given the stuffy pearl necklace a wide berth: The new pearl jewelry looks super casual with jeans, suits every woman and is suitable for many wearing occasions. Fashion pros combine the pearls either in baroque opulence freely according to the motto “more is more” or rely on large, decorative individual pieces. It is particularly stylish to wear several bracelets made of cultured pearls in different sizes on the wrist.
Purple accessories with asian touch
Trend color 2018: Ultraviolet. The fashionable hue, previously known as purple, is making its way through all the international fashion shows and is already getting rave reviews from fashion bloggers on Instagram. Purple looks especially beautiful in combination with gold and jade green.
In general, the gemstone jade is said to be making a big comeback. In the course of Asian-inspired fashion with print motifs of lotus blossoms and dragons, accessories with jade beads, for example in imaginatively composed bracelets, are a perfect complement.
What feathers were last season, “tassels” are now. Colorful or plain tassels made of wool or silk threads decorate woven friendship bracelets in ethnic style (seen at the Christian Dior show) or hang decoratively on the ear of every fashionista. The designers combine the colourful tassel earrings with precious stones in contrasting colours.
The narrow choker is back
Any woman who loves slender necklaces will love the dainty choker necklace trend. Whether composed of several sparkling diamonds or only provided with a delicate pendant: It’s important to note that the new chokers are not as wide as they were last season. Of course, they are still worn close to the neck for an extra sexy look. Could this be a nice gift idea for Valentine’s Day?