6 Jewelry Trends for Fall 2015

Fall is here! And help you with it, we compiled the latest jewelry trends for this season.

• 80’s Gallerina

80s Gallerina

According to Harper’s Bazaar, “The high drama and deco that defined the 1980s downtown art scene in Manhattan has found its way onto the lobes, necks and wrists of Fall 2015’s models—think bigger is better and shapes, amorphous.”

 

• Chokers

Chokers

Chokers, yes, these fashion accessories are back on the catwalks. This year though these necklaces are linear, and are strong, statement makers of the pared down variety.

 

• Brooch

Brooch

For Vogue, on the other hand, brooches are back on the limelight: “From Prada to Balenciaga, from Chanel to Louis Vuitton and Dolce & Gabbana, the emphasis was on all things shiny, pretty, and easily pinned, whether onto an elegant twisted updo or a party frock. Tuck a brooch into your ensemble for just the right amount of sparkle for the season ahead.”

 

• Single-Earring

Single-Earring

Single-earrings have been a trend since late August, and it will still be a trend all the way to winter, so better check out those latest styles of single-earring to be release this September by fashion jewelry stores. As Vogue had said… “The single earring trend of seasons past gathered speed for fall, with every version on the jewelry statement you could imagine. They were mismatched eighties club-kid style at J.W.Anderson, glittering and shoulder-dusting length at Gucci, and seemed to cover almost every inch of the ear—and face—at Givenchy.”

 

• Modern Pearls

Modern Pearls

Pearls are classic and timeless. They’re trend might leave the limelight every now and then but they come back as striking as ever.

 

• Fringe & Tassles

Fringe & Tassles

Fashion stylist Carol Brodie thinks that fringe and tassles are beautiful in their own eccentric way: “They’ve been completely modernized today. Go from basic day to night: basics to black tie.”

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