Finding the perfect accessories and jewellery ensemble doesn’t just add dazzle to an outfit, but completes a perfect look. With jewellery trends constantly evolving and new designs always taking over the jewellery industry, it can sometimes be difficult to keep up with the ever-changing trends.
There are so many edgy jewellery pieces that are statement pieces and make for a bold look. It is sure that 2023 will capture these new jewellery trends, and bold statement looks as people become more adventurous with their chosen accessories.
Contemporary jewellery has always ruled the market and been a constant trend in the industry, but it seems that the focus this year will be on Indian designs and the different styles and variations it has to offer.
Explosion of colour
Owning a few colourful pieces of jewellery is quickly turning into a necessity, as it has the power to transform a single coloured, or monochrome outfit into a vibrant look. Coloured gemstones are a great way to incorporate these colours in all types of accessories. Nude tones are popular when it comes to make-up, but it is quite the opposite with jewellery with bold colours becoming an increasingly popular trend.
Everyday, contemporary pieces of jewellery are always a go. A lot of the time a simple piece such as a stud earring, or simple bracelet is all that is needed to complete a casual look. Pendants and charms are also an increasingly popular staple to add a delicate yet bright element to an outfit. Pearls have also been prevailing in jewellery trends with them always being a sophisticated and classic option for both daily looks, and completing elegant evening outfits. Crystal jewellery has also been a famous and popular piece for women, and with colourful gemstones taking its place in the jewellery world, it is proving to keep it’s prevalent position as a delicate, yet effective style.
The leading jewellery trend of the year seems to be the mix of Indian and Western designs on modern pieces. This is especially popular amongst today’s millennials that enjoy the best of both worlds design. The welcomed combination of Indian and Western influences in jewellery seems to be taking centre stage in the growing industry. Accessory pieces such as bangles and long-fringed earrings are expected to become more prevalent with this growing trend. These pieces offer elegance and simplicity, as well as adding versatility to a range of outfits, from casual everyday looks, to designer outfits.