In fashion, jewellery can sometimes be overshadowed by shoes and bags and forgotten about in the accessories department – especially in the trend driven fast fashion industry.
But jewellery can complete an outfit. Here is what 2019 will bring in terms of trending jewellery.


This trend screams early noughties  high school girl. There is an extremely fine line between diamante looking cheap and nasty and bang on trend. Ariana Grande recently wore extravagant crystal drop earrings in her video for the hit ‘7 Rings’. Fast fashion brands such as Topshop and Pretty Little Things are using this as inspiration to extend their diamante jewellery range into shoes and bags.
Disco fever is back with a bang in the music world which has inspired the likes of Givenchy and Balenciaga who have created earrings that are sure to catch the light on the dance floor.

Modern Pearls


Pearls have been given a modern rejuvenation since your grandmother passed over her old valuable pearls. Even guys are wearing the classic piece of jewellery – giving it a modern twist. For spring pearls are coming in sculptured bracelets, hoops and ear cuffs.


She Sells Seashells




This nostalgic trend is here to stay coming into summer 2019. Michael Kors set the scene at his New York show with a beach inspired setting of beach towels, flip flops and shell shaped necklaces, rings and earrings. Etro made a similar statement at the Milan which is set to be inspired by California. Joseph Altuzarra took us on a Caribbean escape and went for a more audacious look with shredded belts and fishnet dresses, accessorized with crafted shell necklaces




Layers & Chains


Chunky chain necklaces were part of Celine, Dior, marni and Dennis Basso spring/summer 2019 offerings. Off-white’s menswear show and Louis Vuitton have featured chain necklaces at their shows. Pile them up, to recreate Paco Rabanne, Charlotte Chesnais and Alexander McQueen. You can pair this look with tshirts and shirts for a day look and dresses and camis for an edgy evening look.





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