Top Five Spring/Summer 2017 Jewellery

For accessory lovers, the runway shows inspired us to load up 0n heavy massive jewelry pieces, statement belts , upper arm bracelets and giant pendants. Choker-lovers should be gearing up for brand new styles from sophisticated elegant chokers to literally choking numbers. Fear not to look a little bit out-of-the-way at times. After all, the name of the game at the spring/ summer 2017 fashion month was “the stranger, the better”. For sunglasses, there are all types with lots of new flavors and modernized classics to enjoy during the spring and summer months.
Upper Arm Bracelets are back and is shaping up to be one of the coolest spring 2017  trends. Designers such as Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing participated in the formation of this spring 2017 jewelry trend raising the bar with multiple upper arm bracelets looking incredibly alluring with those scandalously cutout gowns. Get in formation and try this trend during the warmer months.
fullsizeoutput_1e9cLeft to Right: Asish, Roberto Cavalli, Balmain (Getty Images)
Who says that you earrings must match or that you actually need to wear earrings in both ears. J.W. Anderson, Marni, Prabal Gurung, Rodarte and Christian Dior were among some of the designers who  embraced the matchy-matchy earrings.
fullsizeoutput_1eaeLeft to Right: Marni, Sportmax, Rodarte (Getty Images)
fullsizeoutput_1eb2Left to Right: Tibi, No. 21, Paul Smith (Getty Images)
Pile on the bracelets.
fullsizeoutput_1eb6Left to Right: Marni, Rodarte, Alexander McQueen (Getty Images)
Chokers are a fixture on the runways. This jewelry trend, rooted in the ‘90s is obviously playing the hardest for several seasons in a row. These seductive pieces are will jazz up any outfit.
fullsizeoutput_1ebaLeft to Right: Sonia Rykiel, Gucci, Elie Saab (Getty Images)

 

“If I had my way, I’d wear jewelry, a great pair of heels and nothing else”. Jada Pinkett Smith
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