Jewellery is one of the best ways to accessorise your look, and timeless pieces don’t just last a season, they last for many years to come. To give you some inspiration for spring and offer you styles that will transition beautifully into summer and beyond. Take a look at these top trends that will be everywhere this season.
The oversized trend doesn’t appear to be going anywhere fast this year. While baggy basics and oversized athleisure is still a wardrobe staple, this trend is transitioning into the jewellery world. Gold jewellery and, more specifically, chunky chains are set to be big this year. As seen on the catwalk, they can be styled with beautiful tailored looks and casual sportswear for some serious 90's vibes.
The 90's has strong influences in fashion for spring 2020, and jewellery is following suit with its return of the big hoop. There are a variety of hoop styles coming through, including classic gold jewellery such as Creole earrings, Chanel-inspired hoops, and traditional tubes designs. Again, this trend has been seen with oversized tailoring and sporty fashion, so whether you want to dress them up or down, these earrings have got you covered.
The catwalks for spring/summer 2020 saw an explosion of colour in jewellery and accessories. In contrast to classic silver and gold pieces, there were pops of vibrancy adorning necklines in several collections. If you’re looking to recreate this trend for spring, opting for bright gemstones and classic birthstone pendants is an ideal way to incorporate colour into your jewellery. These pieces also provide an accessory that can be worn for with other bold palettes or muted styling.
Pearls never go out of fashion, and this year sees traditional style take the forefront. If you’re seeking simplicity in your styling options but also want to add a touch of elegance, layering delicate pearl necklaces or chokers is a fabulous option. Pearl drop earrings are also a prominent look for the season, and you can choose from dainty gold jewellery additions to larger baroque styles.
Fashion designers such as JW Anderson and Prabal Gurung showcased collections with an accessory twist. Instead of matching earrings to complement outfits, single draped options were a statement look. These designers also opted for elaborate styles, whereas Valentino added a delicate touch with ornate gold styles.
Although gold jewellery was a prominent feature on spring/summer catwalks, silver jewellery also stole the show. Its sleek simplicity complements a range of looks and is a versatile metal that can be worn with both formal and casual attire. We think it’s going to be rising in the style stakes over the next few months, so watch this space.