Jewellery Trends You Have to Follow: FW19
For the upcoming season, bold is definitely the word to describe jewellery trends. Chanel brought back its classic pearl necklaces with a fun twist. The models of Area stood out distinctively with their embellished statement headwear reinforcing that bejewelled headpieces are here to stay. It seems like the designers have translated the concept of maximalist and boldness into wearable pieces. Here’s five F/W jewellery trends that have dominated the runways.
The Dramatic Loops
Yes, these over-the-top earrings are likely to be one of the biggest trends of the season. At Prabal Gurung, the ‘bigger-is-better’ approach continues with extravagant pearl chains. Adding a dose of surrealism, Stella McCartney repurposed paper clips into statement earrings.
THE ABSTRACT ART
Abstract earrings are definitely one of my favourite trends around. Though the earrings are simple, these creations add a glimpse of romanticism into outfit.. At Hellessy and Chloe, the sculptural earrings reflect a rough and welded nature found in works of art which is the epitome of evening elegance.
The Dazzling Bib
When it comes to statement necklaces, nothing beats wearing one of these bib-style necklaces. On the runway, Alexander Wang cleverly tweaked the conventional bandana into an embellished neckerchief.
Chanel’s chunky pearl necklace was made into a beaded neckpiece. At Area, hairstylist Jawara Wauchope created the beautiful runway look with strands of gems braided into the models’ hair.
The Fresh Pearls
Pearls are still going strong in 2019. Last season, we have seen our grandmother's pearl earrings revamped into delicate pearl hoops and ear cuffs. For Fall '19, it’s an updated version with XXL pearls and sculptural-preppy looks!
The Extra Sparkle
Thanks to Alessandra Rich's over-the-top earrings, worn by Ariana Grande in her "7 Rings" music video, the sparkly drop earrings are here to stay. On the ears, designer Carly Cushnie opts for linear styled earrings, as an exploration of ikebana (the Japanese art of flower arranging). Whereas, Paco Rabanne went for the ’70s glam rock approach. Besides the jewellery, we can also look forward to Fall ‘19’s beauty looks that were inspired by crystal-adornments.