Heading out in the finest jewellery hasn’t been at the top of many agendas for 2020. It’s been a tough year, but now that many of us are permitted to socialise once again, we’ve been thinking a lot about spring jewellery trends. Of course, not everyone has been so lucky, and our hearts go out to everyone living in Victoria.
Whether you’ve been lucky enough to be able to get out and about already or you’re just cheering yourself up for the future, you deserve to be serving up the best post-lockdown looks.
Colourful jewellery was all over the SS20 runways and it’s no wonder it’s still relevant (despite Australia being six months behind in the cycles). We love the fact that different hues capture attention, breaking up the monotony of staying indoors.
Always boisterous Brandon Maxwell focused on stunning coloured gemstones on their catwalks, and you can too. Our stunning range of coloured stone jewellery will provide some real talking points for when things get social once again.
Post-lockdown, reassert yourself as an individual. Free your style and throw back to simpler times of childhood – when most things in life were colourful and fun.
Why wear one necklace or pendant when you can wear two or more? Layering your jewellery not only adds dimension, but it can completely transform an outfit.
Of course, the trick for this spring jewellery trend is to choose pieces that highlight your individuality, in order to make the most of the effect. We have a whole range of necklaces and pendants to choose from, which you can pair with old favourites.
According to those in the know at Vogue, “neo-Parisian” is a big look on the jewellery scene this year. Paris leads the world in the fashion stakes, and when it comes to jewellery, there’s no exception. For SS20 jewellery, classic meets contemporary with new twists on old favourites.
Neo-Parisian offers nothing like your grandma’s pearls! Instead, it focuses on adding a little more glitz to the glamour. At Dior, this meant embellishing pearls with rhinestones, something we’ve certainly taken note of. You’ll love this beautiful, affordable pearl ring with rhinestones, or even this somewhat more edgy pearl and silver bracelet.
For the boldest of fashionistas, matchy-matchy is SO last season. It may be hard for the sticklers for symmetry among us to get our heads around, but the latest thing in some circles is not wearing a pair of earrings – it’s simply wearing one.
In fact, it's actually pretty retro, with Madonna being just one pioneer in the 80s. Since then, it's been embraced by everyone from Harry Styles to Emma Watson.
If you really can’t get on board with asymmetry, you’re in luck – hoop earrings can make just as big of a statement. While the classic gold hoop isn't going anywhere, this year it’s all about trying different styles. From oversized to intricate patterns, hoop earrings like these are what you're going to want in your ears.
Last year, the grown-up punk effect was all about chokers and stacking piercings, this year it’s all about being a little more subtle when showing your quirks. For a rock’n’roll, Alexander McQueen inspired look, try black paired with rubies.
On that note, perhaps our favourite piece is this stunning bracelet with black gems. It’s classy, elegant, but just that little bit alternative.
Jewellery can make all the difference when it comes to confidence. If you're looking for a pick-me-up, shop our range now.