With all the fashion trends coming our way for spring; the white shoe, saturated hues and the embellished jean, we started thinking about the jewelry to pair with the hottest fashions for this season. From asymmetrical designs to fringe and bold necklaces and charms, we break down the must-have jewelry looks for spring. Read on for our top picks.
The white shoe is the look of the season. Accent the trend with this fabulous ceramic and diamond bracelet by Roberto Demeglio.
The color forecast for spring is calling for bright, saturated hues. Get in on this look with Ippolita’s Silver Rock Candy Multi Stone Hoop Earrings.
The Asymmetrical Neckline
Fashion always has many twists and turns and this spring the asymmetrical neckline is having its moment. Pair your one shoulder tops with something simple to balance the look. We adore this 18K Rose Gold Diamond Chelsea “Superior” Slip-On Collar by Marli.
The Pantone Color of the Year is Ultra Violet. Expect to see a range of colors in this shade from lavender to deeper purple hues. We’re loving this ring by Ippolita in 18K gold featuring amethyst and London blue topaz.
Fringe has made a comeback and we’re here for it! From boots to handbags and everything in between, we’re loving this trend. Keep the look effortless with these Doves 18K Yellow gold and Diamond Earrings.
Pink And Red
Look for this hot color combination to be everywhere this spring. Accent this look with the Ballon Bleu de Cartier in 18K white gold and pink leather strap.
Birds of a Feather
Feathers were seen at Saint Laurent and Maison Margiela’s runway shows. Their designs were trimmed in feathers creating a fun and flirty look. Get that whimsical look with Penny Preville’s Large Feather Diamond Cuff Bracelet.
Go bold this season with a statement necklace that will turn heads. We love this one by Roberto Coin and we think you will too!
Stripes are everywhere this season from shoes to tops to jeans. Get in on this hot trend with this Évocateur 22K Gold Leaf Black and White Striped Cuff Bracelet.
~Photo at top of page courtesy of Roberto Demeglio.