Keeping Up with the Latest Jewelry Trends this Summer
Like it or not, jewelry is an essential part of our daily outfit. Adorning the body with jewelry truly amplifies every woman’s elegance and beauty. While choosing each jewelry piece requires careful attention, how we style it is also vital in completing any look. As we update our wardrobe to prepare for this season’s fashion, let us make sure that we accessorize according to the latest jewelry trends as well.
Here are some of the latest jewelry trends to guide you in your next purchasing and styling decision.
- Layers, Baby
It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day. Chokers may have dominated the jewelry scene for the past seasons, but alas it has reached a point of exhaustion. The new trend is? Layered necklaces.
Keeping up with this fresh style is tricky as well. It may be successfully achieved by layering multiple strands from one main chain to create a tiered look. Another way to do it is to layer by complimenting various stones or minerals, wherein necklaces can be tied together by color, feel, and types of pendant. Moreover, factors such as the composition, shapes, and balance should also be considered in layering.
At the end of the day, do not be afraid to mix and match!
- Subtle and Simple
It is always fun and daring to go big and bold. However, subtle and simple sparkles have been creeping into the limelight lately. Once in a while, try to accessorize with ultra-thin chains paired with dainty stones. Subdued jewelry is not only easier to style, it is also comfortable. Since it is easy to wear and take off, it is perfect for your outdoor activities this summer.
- Bright Blings
If you have been keeping up to date with high fashion, one thing you might have noticed is the skyrocketing popularity of colored and bright gemstones. According to the “Jewellery Editor,” jewelry investors’ demand for colored minerals, such as colored diamonds and multi-colored gemstones, are steadily growing. From blue topaz, to green emerald, to lavender amethyst, bright jewelry pieces can give your ensemble the extra boost of playfulness it needs.
- As long as it’s long
Style trends may go from one end of extremities to another. With this, fashion’s choker fatigue resulted to the rise in popularity of navel-grazing necklaces. For this summer’s necklace trend, length is everything.
Long necklaces with bejeweled statement pendants have been dominating both runways and magazines since spring. This newly-established staple has proven its versatility when it comes to enhancing any outfit – whether it may be your favorite LBD or some causal jeans and shirt. To add drama, you can even pair it up with a V-neck shirt or tops with plunging necklines.
If you have been planning to invest on a piece of jewelry this summer, the long necklace is the accessory for you.
- Boho Beauty
The rise to popularity of the boho has been strong and steady this year. Ever since celebrities have flaunted their Coachella ensembles, there is no other way but up for this trend. What better time to follow the crowd and unleash your inner boho chic than this summer?
Boho is all about the free spirit of an individual. In clothes, this is reflected on lace with eccentric cuts, playful patterns, flowy pieces, and beaded crochet, among others. Nonetheless, everybody knows that accessorizing is a must in completing any boho ensemble. This is where bold and chunky necklaces, show-stopping rings, and feather pieces come in.
Summer has arrived and the boho trend does not seem to be going anywhere soon. There is plenty of time to catch up. Stick with the basics if you want to stay safe, but do not hesitate to play around with pieces to internalize that free-spirit vibe.
The latest jewelry trends may come and go, but one thing is for sure: no matter the season or demand, we guarantee that Adam’s Jewelers has the piece you are looking for.
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