2019 Jewelry Trends
Jewelry can level up your style and it’s the last piece in the puzzle of an outfit. Like music, they can uniquely bring back memories of an event, a person, a time in life or even a mood. Jewelry is a form of communication, so today I’m sharing with you the trends for 2019.
- Heavy Hoops
It seems that hoops never go out of style. This season is no exception. Hubs have bulkier shape, making them unmissable beside your stunning face.
- Colored Enamel
From vibrant to subtle, elegant to cheeky, enamel jewelry encompasses a wide range of colors and styles, but what does this mean for us? Just have fun and continue to play with colors and unique silhouettes.
Chains of all shapes and sizes are popping up everywhere and are the star of the runways of 2019. They combine edgy iterations and timeless styles but are you brave enough to wear them?
Seashell jewelry is the well-earned offer of a summer that spills over fall and winter. They are a reminder of stress-free days under French Riviera’s sun, so why not incorporate them in our day to day style.
- Celestial jewelry
Celestial jewelry stormed down the runways this season. In 2019 the stars aligned to make all our dreams come true, so pick a star, or a bunch of them and wear it as no one would!
- Sleek simplicity
Heavy hoops, chains, and colored enamel, all of these trends have made people crave calmness and simplicity with refined volumes and shapes. Just like heavy jewelry is much appreciated, simple jewelry is deeply loved as well.
Pearls are a simple way to add elegance, making your style more sophisticated but at the same time classy. Perl jewelry lets you stand out in the crowd as someone with special kind of wisdom and culture. Show off your elegance by adding a chain with small pearls like Audrey Hepburn or a log one like Coco Chanel wore.
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