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5 Jewellery Trends to Follow this Summer

  1. Layered Ear Piercings

If you're all about pushing your fashion boundaries, why not try layering your earrings.  Each piece should be delicate and unique but relate to each other thematically. Think, cosmic celestial elements like lightning bolts, stars, moons or horoscopes. Piercings going up the ear in a second row or inset hero pieces create an effortlessly stunning effect.

  1. Messy Layered Necklaces

Whoever said less is more, never knew the allure of messy layered necklaces.  Add chains and pendants in varying sizes and create a custom neck mess to suit your outfit. Styling that mingles thick and thin chains creates a more refined look. 

  1. Sea Shells

No, we're not talking about that shell choker you bought at Jetty Surf in the '00s, we're talking about the undeniable reverence the fashion world has shown towards chic shells in their latest iteration.  A trending combination right now is mixing beads, tortoise or pearls with these charming shells. Designers like Isabel Marant, Marc Jacobs & Gucci, embraced this trend with their recent runway collections. We love them paired with a linen sundress dress for a look we've coined 'Byron Chic.'  

  1. Unexpected Pearls

Pearls are back, and they look nothing like the impossibly perfect necklaces your grandmother used to wear. Peals are getting a reimagined update for 2019, and we couldn't be more excited. We're here for the modern baroque pearl hoops, the chic pearl hair clips and the unexpectedly glam pinky rings - enough said.

  1. Coins

Who knew spare change could look so gorgeous? We're seeing coin necklaces in the spotlight this season and for good reason. These delicate charms have adorned the décolletages of the perpetually trendy since Summer, and there appears to be no sign of this trend slowing down. We especially love a layered look, so cultivate a collection of pieces that have significance to you and wear them with childish abandon.

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