The latest jewelry trends suggest that if you wear dresses and tops with chain embellishments features, you need to opt for something different in your jewelry choices. Think in opposites.
For a perfect look and contrast on red carpet or runway shows, you need to wear adjustable bracelets, earrings new directions, wear the latest jewelry trends that evoke natural motifs and horizontal bars and forms.
A set of Akoya pearl drop earrings in a contrasting color will complete your look when wearing with a black top with shiny metal chain shoulder straps sending a more feminine and soft signal. A string of pearls in white, black or other colors can create a captivating contrast. If you want to let the chain straps or neckline stand on their own.
You can also opt for a bold large or layer smaller chains for your latest jewelry trends to your wardrobe. Ladies, shop the cool men’s jewelry selection in necklaces for bigger looks. Mix large and small chains and different lengths. Try mixing a small-link chain in a longer length adorned with a pendant with a shorter chunkier necklace.
Two types of earring directions are dominating the latest jewelry trends this year: the climbers that go in the opposite direction — up the ear with defined shapes.
And the threaders that hang loose and languid earrings also called Shaka. They are tiny, light weight, delicate and slim, with equal design attention paid to each side of the earring, and the ear. They can be simple fine chains, often with a solid metal arch hanging in the piercing of your ear, or a solid elongated U-shape. You’ll find them with geometric designs on either or both ends or with gemstones or diamonds dangling from the end.
And also the adjustable styles bracelets also called expandable, bolo or lariat. Some are a fixed circular shape, like a bangle, but the diameter expands to slip over your hand and then snugs down on your wrist. The ends of the chain then hang free. Adjustable bracelets are great for anyone, but are especially useful for folks with large hands but small wrists — if a bangle fits over their hands, it’s uncomfortably loose on their wrists. They’re also perfect for stacking or layering — a latest jewelry trend that shows no signs of stopping soon.
The horizontal latest jewelry trend, straight or curved bars in necklaces and bracelets, just seems to be getting stronger. But now the bars are evolving into different shapes and sending messages when seen sideways.