When deciding which jewelry trends to follow for a season, we should look at the three Rs: real life, the runways, and the red carpet. So, what is in this winter? What have the designers planned for us, what are the celebrities wearing and which of these tendencies we can adopt?
Jewelry has gone chunkier, while maintaining a retro look, inspired especially by the fashion of the 60s. Long layered necklaces hitting the waist are a must, according to some. Another option – necklaces we can be wrap around our necks numerous times, playing with the lengths, and using the same necklace for different looks at different times of the day.
Yellow gold, but also vibrant orange brick and green in all shades, especially olive – these are the colors in vogue.
Bringing to life the fashion of the 20s, cameos add a level of sophistication to the neutral or natural colors and flowing soft fabrics of the cold season's clothes. You can wear them as rings or as pendants. For a more pronounced retro effect, you can integrate them as charms in a gothic lace Lolita style necklace.
Here is another jewelry item making a comeback, this time from the 1970s. In fact, the more heavily charmed and abundant bracelets are, the better. You can opt for a beach themed bracelet to bring back the summer memories during the cold days of winter. Another popular look is layering different charm bracelets on one wrist.
Big and bold rings that are already in fashion for quite some time. Now the trend goes even further - stackable rings can be mixed to form a perfect match.