The start of a new season always sparks a style transition. And with autumn settling in, we’re looking at the latest essential directions for jewellery.
Staying on top of trends can mean more than incorporating the latest items into your everyday outfits. It’s all about deciding what fits your unique, personal vision best.
So read on and consider this your jewellery trend and styling guide for Fall/Winter 2019-2020:
Pearls Reign Supreme
Who would have thought that pearls might one day feature both in the classics hall of fame and in the seasonal set, too? For the new season, they unapologetically claim the top spot to become the number one most desired jewellery type.
Somewhere between studied chicness and all-out extravaganza, pearl jewellery is ready to assume a leading role. To wear the trend, think Parisian-chic: not too much, but not too little either. Go for subtle, pearly accents that punctuate a look without overpowering it.
Precious Little Ornaments
When it comes to jewellery, the excessive, lavish sparkle of the past few seasons has become more toned down. The days of unrestrained shine are mostly gone, but their legacy lives on thought dramatic, sparkling accents.
This jewellery direction opens up a myriad of options in terms of styling both for every day and for special occasions: you should definitely still take every opportunity to embellish, but do so in a subtle way.
The beauty of this trend is that it can take on a new meaning for every person: a diamond band here, a decorative necklace there and a swappable array of earring pendants in your ready-to-wear jewellery box.
Mini Pearl & Light Pink Morganite Earring Pendants
A Personal Touch
As trends become less and less defined every season, it may be hard to pin point what’s in and what’s out. The best thing about this situation is that a space for experimentation opens up for jewellery lovers everywhere.
Let’s call this the mega trend: you get full creative range to make your jewellery look unmistakably expressive and personal.
On the runways, this was achieved through countless exercises like earrings of different length worn as a pair, necklaces twisted around the arm as bracelets and layers upon layers of necklaces. Asymmetry, extravagance and calculated risks were all words that could easily encapsulate this feeling. The take-away is that you have all the freedom to infuse personalty within your jewellery styling and, whatever it is you decide to wear, to make it remarkably yours.