My love of accessories is rising alongside summer's temperatures. To find out what to pair with your lighter, warm-weather wardrobes check out my top ten jewelry trends.
Inject a pop of electric color into your wardrobe without being too flashy. It'll amplify a great summer tan, too!
Art deco-inspired pieces symbolize an earlier era in fashion while propelling an ensemble forward at the same time. The juxtaposition of heirlooms with a modern punch of style sets this trend apart.
Pastel pieces can be an ultra-sophisticated way to add delicate color to basic neutral tones of your work wardrobe during the day.
Raw stones are incredibly chic and wonderful for playing up a boho look. Whether you're wearing them during a walk on the beach or a music festival, you can go au naturale without looking too hippy-dippy.
|Kenneth Jay Lane|
Green With Envy
Bright, fresh, happy green is a fun hue to try. Reminiscent of picnics in the park, long hikes through the forest and flowers in bloom, this color makes you feel alive and crave the outdoors.
Highly-stylized geometric shapes are a chic, streamlined way to make a statement. Whether large or bold or more restrained there's something geometric that will compliment your look while still capturing attention.
|Kenneth Jay Lane|
|LOLA ROSE LONDON|
Animal-inspired jewelry is exotic and powerful and guaranteed to spark conversation. Incorporate a little wildlife into your wardrobe and take your look to the next level.
Silver heavy metals stand out against tan skin and are an unexpected off-set to a summery white dress. This trend is definitely for the girl who's craving a little bit of an edge.
On a Whim
I think we all tend to get a little more playful with our wardrobe when summer comes around and jewelry is a fantastic way to inject some subtle humor into your style story.
It's a Wrap
Wrap bracelets are fun and easy to wear, as they're meant to be layered with other pieces. Pair yours with a large faced watch, friendship bracelet or set of bangles and you'll end up with an effortlessly cool look that tells a story.
|Art Smith by BARSE|