Jewelry will always be in. Are you going out day after day with the same jewelry pieces? It takes more than a few rings to show that you know your stuff when it comes to trendy women’s jewelry. This season, jewelry is about making a big impact with size and volume. A simple wardrobe is easily jazzed up with chunky, fun pieces. Of course, there are no hard-and-fast rules dealing with what to wear and what not to wear (other than the generally accepted rule that you should be wearing something), but the articles named below might give you some ideas as you incorporate them to make your own unique style. Which trends will you take advantage of?
Mixing gold and silver. Don’t be afraid to mix metals. Be bold and combine both gold and silver pieces. Or start with a nice silver piece with gold accents. If you still want to stick with just a single metal, gold made a comeback a few years ago and isn’t ready to go away. Thinking of a nice gold watch? Great idea. Rose gold is claiming a place among the top metals for jewelry as well.
Go old school. Jewelry inspired by Victorian or Art Deco is making a stand. Both styles combine heirloom-looking pieces with modern sensibilities, making for ensembles that manage to be both classic and cutting-edge.
Layer bracelets. Got more bracelets than you can wear at a time? Stack them. Mix up different weights and materials. Or just wear smaller quantities of oversized bracelets for knockout volume.
Unleash your inner animal. Animal-themed jewelry has been in for some time, and it continues to be a quirky part of the stylish woman’s wardrobe. It also provides a great opportunity for you to say something about yourself.
Make a statement. Bubble necklaces show confidence. These chunky items have been in for a while now, but they’re still favorites. Like statement rings, large necklaces aim to become the focal point of your outfit. They make the outfit—they don’t just add a subtle touch. Their big, bright colors can also make a darker fall wardrobe look playful.
Go small. Are bigger items not your thing? Still resisting the statement jewelry trend? You can always layer smaller necklaces. Daintier accessories can suggest an attention to detail. Pair two necklaces of varying length and you’ve got a winning combination.
Embrace chandelier earrings. Chandelier earrings are in. You know, the elaborate ones that hang low and make your neck look longer and sleeker. These look great on top of fall necklines or scarves, and don’t be afraid to wear your hair up to better show them off.