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Latest Women's Jewellery Trends

What Are the Latest Women's Jewellery Trends? 


Women's jewellery trends are constantly evolving. Factors such as seasons, what is spotted on the catwalks of London, Paris and New York and what the A-Lister's are wearing influence this. This article takes a close look at the women's jewellery trends of this year.

Latest Women's Jewellery Trends 2013

Women's Jewellery Trends An Overview 

Women's jewellery trends have become much more important than in previous decades as the focus on fashion has increased. This means that fashion-followers no longer just consider what to wear, but they also consider how to accessorise which means hats, gloves, scarf's, sunglasses and of course jewellery. Jewellery is the broad term for items such as rings, bracelets, broaches, necklaces and watches.

Trends tend to evolve over time which means that different themes and influences can be spotted on the catwalks and on the high street over a given period of time. The nature of accessories can be split into two categories: costume jewellery which is largely low-cost and often 'disposable;' There is also fine jewellery which is premium therefore more expensive and usually something that is personal and cherished for life.

Women's Jewellery Trends this year 


Oversized 
Oversized jewellery is a trend which has transcended many years and shows no signs of slowing down. Certain jewellery brands dominate this sector and supply statement necklaces, giant cocktail rings and chandelier earrings which are de-rigour.



Hair Jewellery 
Hair jewellery is a fairly new concept and is possibly influenced by bridal trends and vintage influences. These pieces include everything from barrettes, tiaras and even brooches which are secured create a 'bohemian' look.

Hair Jewelry

Art Deco saw many jazz-inspired fashion trends such as the flapper dress. This again spilled over into the bridal sector with the renaissance of vintage and cocktail dresses. This in turn created a demand for art-deco jewellery to compliment these looks.

Pearls 
Small, freshwater pearls have long been synonymous with the upper classes, however this look is now transcending the high-street as many costume pieces emulate this.

Pearl Bracelet
Charms Bracelet
Tribal 
Tribal pieces which can be described as angular, statement, with straight lines, horns and leather accents are very fashionable. The high street is awash with tribal-inspired pieces.

Aztec 
Colourful, striped, zigzagged, edgy, bold, the Aztec trend is very powerful at present. This is evident is every jewellery piece available: necklaces, rings and earrings. Feathers, cotton, wood are all materials used to craft these pieces.

Vintage 
The rise in popularity of anything vintage has seen a trend towards women wearing vintage jewellery. Many are even choosing vintage engagement rings over traditional solitaires.

Vintage Jewelry

Charms 
Charm bracelets, watches, ring and necklaces continue to be popular and are often a collector's item where pieces are added over time.

Conclusion 
Jewellery trends are very inter-changeable and constantly evolve year after year. There are many key trends which can be spotted both on the catwalk and the high street. These include oversized, vintage, recycled, tribal and Aztec to name a few. However, certain jewellery brands dominate various main sectors.

AUTHOR BIO
Adriana Frederick writes regularly on fashion and jewellery for a range of different websites and blogs. She follows closely online jewellery retailers such as Acotis Diamonds, retailing trends and all other industry evolution.


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