Since time immemorial, Jewellery has always been part of women's outfits. In ancient times material such as stones, feathers, egg shells and sea shells were used to make exquisite ornaments to elevate looks. Jewellery might be the last thing we add to our look, but it is quite often the first thing that people notice. Jewellery can well and truly complete a look and transition a standard outfit to stunning and classy. Jewellery trends are always changing and anyone who likes to rock the latest look needs to keep abreast with what's new or re-newed. The jewellery trends that are emerging in 2019 are largely inspired by the ancient times accessories. We have rounded up the biggest and latest jewellery trends of 2019 be it street wear or straight from the runways of New York to Milan Fashion Week. See our list to make your 2019 the trendiest year.
The Bigger the Better Gold Chains:
A must have accessory for 2019 as seen almost every model on the runways of New York Fashion Week. This jewellery trend is inspired from the 1980’s where the big gold chains were worn as necklaces and bracelets. This year, the designers have added jewels and stones to big and bold gold chains to update the trend. If you are wearing an average dress, all you need are bold gold chains as necklaces and bracelets to look very edgy and with it.
The Longer the better Earrings:
If you have been following the fashion week shows of 2019 then I can say that you would not have missed this look. Longer earrings are the biggest trend of 2019 and you can see it on the models of Prabal Gurung, Louis Vuitton and Esteban Cortazar. If you are wearing a minimal dress, complement it with this type of earrings. This trend is the most liked trend of 2019 and almost everyone is going crazy for it. Watch out for the weight though. We'd like to hear more from anyone who has worn the ultra sized ones. Were they heavy?
Jewellery made of Sea Shells:
As stated earlier, sea shells have been part of the women’s jewellery since ancient times and this year it is also one of the biggest trends of 2019. This trend is brought back by Missoni, Etro, Joseph Altuzarra and our favourite Michael Kors. The designers focused on sea shell earrings, bracelets, necklaces and even rings.
Prabal Gurung, Dior, Dolce and Gabanna, Givenchy and Chanel brought this major trend back. The pearl jewellery is modernised and reimagined, so it does not look odd when you wear it in 2019. Pearl bracelets, rings and necklaces were popular with celebrities and models on New York Fashion week.
How good is it that you now don't have to panic when you lose one of your favourite earrings! Yes you can wear a single earring and look even more trendy. 3.1 Phillip Lim, Tory Burch and Prabal Gurung’s models were seen wearing a single earring at the runways of New York Fashion Week.
Mix and match earrings:
It gets even better! f you are confused between which two earrings you should wear, then why not Just wear a single earring from each pair and you are good to go. Achieving asymmetry continues to be a major trend. Zimmermann, Carolina Herrera, Givenchy, 3.1 Phillip Lim and Tory Burch made their models wear mix and match earrings on the runways.
Soft and Delicate Dangling earrings:
Anyone who loves a soft and delicate looks will love this jewellery trend of year 2019. A pair of dangling earrings can not only make add elegance but also make one look effortlessly chic. These earrings look good with simple dresses and maxi dresses.
The extreme chokers:
This year designers focused more on bringing big and bold chokers that were made of black leather, metals and studs. It is good news for those women who like punk looks. Designers from Gucci, Alexander McQueen, Marques’ Almeida showed their lovely collection on the runways. The models were seen wearing big and bold chokers that made them look hot and edgy. Some of the chokers were covering the entire neck whereas some had big dangerous looking spikes.
Like feather shoes, feather jewellery is also trending this year. Colourful feathers used to make bracelets and earrings and were seen on the runways of Loewe, Ulla Johnson and Longchamp.