Bling Up With These Spring/Summer 2018 Jewelry Trends


From re-creating classic styles to upping the ante with some experimental elements, the jewellery buff in us just couldn’t keep calm after the Spring/ Summer 2018 showcase. While we spotted the designers embracing the female anatomy in the form of clothes as well as charm necklaces, here’s us reminiscing a few favourite trends:


Beaded Jewelry

Colourful beads spotted at Carolina Herrera will be huge because they add that much needed pop of color to just about anything. Also, we love how it looks like a muti-color cluster.

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Art Deco Necklaces

What happens when animal costume jewelry, vintage florals and bejeweled silhouettes come together? Art deco necklaces like the ones found at Marc Jacobs get created making us endlessly dream about wanting to wear them.


Tassel Enriched Pieces

Because are we really over tassels yet? This season, the tassels trailed longer at Sachin & Babi while Christopher Kane embraced rope fringes to create a dramatic pattern.


Party Crystals

A splatter of crystals was all over Burberry making bling our A game. Also, did we mention, their lengths defy shoulder grazers.


Springtime Florals

Why florals, you ask? Well, why not! These gorgeous earrings from Badgley Mischka makes us believe that all those spring time flowers that we dream of can now be worn as statement-making fabric embellishments.

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State Of The Art Earrings

Be it the 3D art jewelry showcased at Osca De La Renta or the colourful geometric shapes at Angela Missoni, state of the art earrings are the next in thing.

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