The New Year has brought with it promises of a new beginning for every jewellery lover. New styles and trends have already hit the market and everyone seems ready to experiment, even with fine jewellery pieces. If you are feeling experimental then this is the year for you. Take a look at the latest trends in the world of fine jewellery.
This year fine jewellery designers have been playful with coloured gems of various sizes making statement jewellery that is fun to wear. This year is all about an explosion of colour, with nobody really going for simple plain gold or silver. You will find bright, colourful and stunning earrings and other fine jewellery pieces in all kinds of designs. The floral style is popular, or go for large drop earrings in bright colours.
When it comes to chain link fine jewellery this season, the bigger, the better. You can pile these around your neck or adorn your ears with bold chain-links. Wear with a cute t-shirt and a pair of jeans, throw on an oversized blazer, and you’ll have that model-off-duty look.
If you are a free spirit then the bohemian antique jewellery trend will suit you. This kind of fine jewellery is for those who feel connected with their inner spirit, and will incorporate everything from feathers and flowers, to animal and plant motifs.
Layer up delicate rings and bracelets, add an anklet or two, and you will be totally on-trend. If larger pieces are your thing, look for sleek and modern shaped rings or bangles.
Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly made pearl jewellery popular in the 1950s, but pearls are back. A modern way to wear pearls is to layer them, or mix with different metals. Freshwater pearls are becoming popular too; pearl bracelets, pearl drop earrings, double band pearl rings, pearl hoop earrings, white pearl necklaces and natural pearl bracelets are some of our favourite modern pearl fine jewellery pieces.
You don’t have to live by the sea in order to wear sea and sand inspired jewels. Dolphins, sea horses, octopus, starfish and fish of all kinds have found their place in sea inspired collections of jewellery. Jewelers are experimenting with a lot of precious and coloured gems to recreate jewellery that is inspired by the sea.
Sculptural fine jewellery has become a trend in 2020 because it helps you express your personal style. A lot of sculptural fine jewellery is inspired by the nuances and traditions of ethnic aesthetics, and fits into the bohemian style fine jewellery trend.
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