Jewelry Trends for Fall-Winter
October 16, 2016
A jewelry collection is like an autobiography: each piece tells a story. Whatever you want to celebrate this season, here’s The Mall at Millenia’s pick of the season’s jewels to help you mark the moment.
For a look that’s both timeless and very now, add pearls: lots of them. At Chanel, Miu Miu, and Maison Margiela, the pearls were layered and plentiful. Pictured: David Yurman’s pearl multi-row necklace, Tiffany multicolored Tahitian pearl bracelet, Gucci multi-finger pearl ring.
Unlike a lot of 90s revival fashion, chokers look set to stay around, and with good reason: they make the wearer look both edgy and elegantly swan-necked. Pictured: Atelier Swarovski Core Collection, Neva Choker; Kenneth Jay Lane multi-strand gray choker, from Neiman Marcus; Tory Burch oxidized metal collar necklace.
Charm jewelry is beloved by celebs from Mary-Kate Olsen to Oprah Winfrey, and now it’s having a high-fashion moment too, as seen at Alexander McQueen and Prada. Pictured: Pandora lock of love charm; Brighton Collectibles coastal charm; Henri Bendel Secret Garden charm bracelet.
There’s nothing subtle about this season’s earrings. Shoulder-dusters are back and bigger than ever. Pictured: Tiffany Elsa Peretti mesh earrings in 18k gold; TOUS’s Gold Lio gem earrings; David Yurman’s double drop earrings with diamonds.
We’re in a maximalist moment for fashion, and cuffs are one of the signature boho looks. Wear them alone or stacked several-deep along your arm. Pictured: David Yurman Stax wide cuff bracelet in sterling silver with pavé diamonds; Bulgari’s Serpenti bracelet in 18k pink gold with pave diamonds; Alexis Bittar encrusted cuff, from Bloomingdale’s