Fashion Jewelry: What’s Hot This Winter?
Trends change every year for fashion – and that includes more than just clothes. Jewelry, shoes, handbags, scarves and other accessories follow trends, too. If you want to stay on top of what’s hot this winter, here are the top jewelry trends of the season.
Chandelier earrings are practically timeless at this point, but they are certainly more popular some years than others – and this is one of those years. You’ll find chandelier earrings everywhere this season, from the runways of Paris and New York to your office Christmas party. Whether they’re bold and eclectic or classically elegant, chandelier earrings are nearly always a “do.” If you’re looking for ideas, Kendra Scott has some wonderful pieces in this season’s collection.
French-inspired fashion was extremely popular throughout the 50s, and it’s making a huge comeback this year. This timeless, elegant trend always makes you feel like a princess, and this year’s styles are no exception. If you’re looking for this jewelry trend, consider a designer like Catherine Popesco. Her La Vie Parisienne collection is completely French-inspired with unique twists on vintage styles.
Mix and Match
Why stick to just one style of jewelry when you can have more? The “mix and match” look is especially popular this season, and it’s incredibly fun to do! To copy the look, simply mix different jewelry trends together to complete your outfit. You might try a large pair of bright earrings with a shimmery diamond necklace, for example. The best part of this trend is that it’s completely customizable, and it’s a cinch to let your own personality shine through!
Statement pieces have been a trend for years now, and they’re not going anywhere anytime soon. With this trend, simply pick one piece of jewelry to wear as the focal point of your outfit. You might choose an oversized necklace or a funky bracelet – anything goes as long as it immediately draws the eye and gathers attention. Just be careful not to overdo it. When you wear a statement piece, it’s generally a good idea to keep the rest of your jewelry simple – or skip it entirely so all the focus can be on the statement piece.
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