You don’t have to wear a sequinned holiday dress to sparkle during the holidays. Adding some dazzling jewelry can help your holiday outfits shine. If you’re looking to stand out at your upcoming parties, or are even looking for some trendy gift ideas, consider the stunning jewelry trends for this season. This year, it’s all about large pieces with lots of jewel tones and golden hues.
Throw your hair into a beautiful updo and show off one of the hottest jewelry trends: ear cuffs. You don’t have to have your ears pierced to rock a special cuff; many of them slide easily onto your ear. If you do have your ears pierced, you can also rock a single earring as the models did during the Celine Fall/Winter 2014/15 runway shows.
Florals in the Winter
It may seem like floral accents should be saved for the warmer months, but Dolce and Gabbana brilliantly incorporated larger than life floral jewelry in their Fall/Winter 2014/15 runway shows to bring some life into their collection. A bold floral statement necklace against your little black dress will instantly dress up your ensemble.
Collars are all the rage right now; whether it’s a Peter Pan collar on a button up, a necklace, or even an attachable faux leather piece that can be placed on a sweater. A crystal collar, as shown in the Givenchy Fall/Winter 2014/15 runway show, can spruce up your holiday frock in a unique way. Consider a multicoloured crystal collar against a solid coloured top or dress.
Accomplish that “arm party” look with one piece; a statement cuff, just as Lanvin did when they accessorized their garments with Elie Top cuffs. The more over the top, the better; just don’t pile them on, as one is usually enough. You’ll definitely start a conversation as your arm sparkles while snacking on holiday sweets.
When accessorizing for the holidays, take some inspiration from the runways and don’t be afraid to try some bold combinations of jewelry. And if you’re still looking for the perfect outfit, we have a great guide of must-have dresses for all of your holiday-related events.