The New Year is officially here and it is time to switch closets and embrace everything that is new. True, jewellery means eternity, but 2018 is all about exploring new styles in Jewellery as well. If jewellery trends are to be believed, this year will be more about adding a personal touch to your jewellery pieces. If you love pearl, add them to your choker or earring, if you love emerald, replace the diamond in the centerpiece of your ring with emerald. The idea is to flaunt a bit of you in everything you wear.
The magic of pearl is undeniable, because this beautiful round pieces will keep on adding a classic and elegant touch to your look. Add them to your Kundan or Jadau choker or temple jewellery earring as drops and flaunt your personality in a subtle way. South sea pearls can be a great option to invest on.
Statement jewellery has been loved by every woman who loves to adorn themselves. Be it a statement necklace or a statement shoulder grazing earring, making a statement is a must this season. Opt for a temple styled earring in Jhumki style with colored precious stone detailing like sapphire or emerald. For necklaces, choker or long necklaces are a raging trend. Opt for layered and detachable ones which you can use by mixing and matching. A hint of diamond is a must for the statement pieces.
Sleek and Subtle
Another trend that will rule 2018 is the minimalist trend. Opt for a sleek chain in white gold with a diamond pendant or a pair of mis-matched earring with diamond or emerald as the center piece. You can also opt for sleek diamond lined bangles or tennis bracelets if heavy designs are not your favourite pieces.
Brooding over Brooches
Brooches are officially making a comeback this year. Be it diamond studded or ones with interesting designs or the vintage ones brooches will be ruling the jewellery trend. Investing in them this season is surely a great idea. They beautifully highlight and enhance your look by adding an extra dazzle to your regular look. Apart from brooches, tie pins are also a wonderful addition to the jewellery scenario in 2018