Autumn/Winter 2020 Jewellery Trends
The weather gods have been kind trough out spring and summer, so we have been able to make the most of our summer wardrobe. However in no time at all, we will be swapping sandals for boots; and off the shoulder, linen blouses for chunky jumpers. So what do the new season accessory trends have in store for us, and how can we feel put together? Whether you are returning to the office or continuing meetings on zoom, these are the key trends that you should be watching out for if you would like to make a stylish entrance.
The first thing you need to know when it comes to accessories this A/W is “SIZE REALLY MATTERS”. The bigger, the better.
Tubular styles of chokers and rings have been very prominent on the Balmain runway. This is an excellent way to achieve an array of minimalist yet statement looks.
The Chain is still loved by all, and this A/W is growing in strength. Angular chains, round chains or mixture of the two. Bigger, bolder and more daring the better. Layer several to achieve powerful, unapologetic almost industrial attire.
Pearls are no longer reserved for the high society events. They are versatile and easy to incorporate in to any outfit. So be brave and add anything from ear cuffs, earrings to necklaces and anklets.
Anklets. No need to do a double take, we did say anklets. Simone Rocha, JW Anderson and Junya Watabe all had models sporting them over their sock and tights. These beauties are making a comeback and claiming our winter ankles. Pick a chunky chain or pearls. High tea or grunge, the choice is yours.
In recent years we have seen Yellow Gold dominate the accessories on the runway but this year there is a noticeable shift. Silver and White gold are definitely having their moment this A/W season. Bold sculptural earrings or stacking bangles is a great way to implement in your wardrobe without much effort. Also you no longer need to decide if you are, silver or gold person, combining the two in a layered or staking looks is all the hype for the coming colder months.