Let’s face it, matter how carefully you piece your outfit together, it will never be complete without the latest season’s jewellery trends. While it’s perfectly okay to keep coming back to a few treasured staples in your arsenal – which are only to be removed under special circumstances like a swimming session – it’s also a good idea to invest in a few trendy seasonal pieces.
So, what will we be seeing on the fashion runways in 2022? Let’s look at a few top jewellery trends that we are predicting to trend for the year ahead.
1. Chunky Chains
Top of our list of the top jewellery trends in 2022 is our all-time personal favourite – chunky chains.
Now is the perfect time to say hello to a striking new look with the investment of a chunky chain in your collection, if you haven’t already. Whether it’s a chunky chain bracelet or a bold statement necklace, we can’t get enough of this style. What’s more, a beautiful chunky chain is the perfect way to add the oomph factor to any day-to-day outfit.
2. Mismatched Earrings
Another trend that is taking the fashion world by storm is mismatched earrings. This is a great way to stand out in a crowd with your unique sense of style and as an added bonus, it allows you to reuse earrings that are missing a pair. How bold and noticeably mismatched you want to be is entirely up to you.
If you’re new to the trend of mismatched earrings, keep it simple. Try finding earrings that are not too different in colour, size, or shape. You can also order bespoke earrings online — you’ll get a carefully designed mismatched pair that don’t look awkward when paired together.
Pearls made quite a comeback last year, and they’re here to stay for 2022. Gone are the days when pearls were saved for formal occasions, they have had a complete modern makeover, and we’re all about it.
You could pair your everyday outfits with a beautiful pearl drop necklace to add instant elegance to any look. Or you could take it up a notch by wearing a set of timeless snow pear drop earrings to give off some seriously royal vibes. And who’s to say pearls are just for the ladies? Pearl accessories are for all genders. If you’re a man, consider changing it up by investing in a pearl necklace as your next eye-catching accessory.
4. Layered Necklaces
There is another jewellery trend that’ll be all the rage in 2022 – stacked or layered necklaces.
You could opt for all gold necklaces that are delicate, small, and easy to stack with other similar layers. Or you could go for a bolder pendant necklace or a chunky chain and mix it up with another necklace of a suitable size. Your aim should be to bring focus to your face. But make sure you don’t overdo it.
5. Bold Colours
Move over from minimalist jewellery and shock the world with your bold choices.
Ever since rainbow colours found their way to our jewellery boxes last year, we’ve been obsessed with wearing bright and colourful jewellery. And by the looks of it, things will stay the same in 2022. Better yet, the trend is only going to get bolder and brighter this year and we can’t wait for it!
A great way to spice up your plain outfit is with a multi-coloured necklace that will add a bold touch to your look. You can also take on the colourful jewellery trend with a stunning pair of zirconia halo drop earrings. Your next special occasion deserves dazzling colours.
6. Zodiac Signs
Forever a strong element in high-end jewellery, zodiac signs are now trending in 2022. People have been mixing and matching their sun, rising and water signs in charms, necklaces and earrings to get personalised piece of themselves to wear on their body.
7. Stud Earrings
Ideal for amping up an everyday outfit, stud earrings are becoming an essential wardrobe basic in 2022. What we love about them is that they play beautifully with other jewellery items like statement pendants, stacked rings, and more.
You can choose small silver or basic gold stud earrings to get a feel for them. Alternatively, you can try adding a pop of colour with gemstone stud earrings.
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