New Year, New In

Whether you’re feeling fresh or still emerging from the post pudding fog, we have some delicious new pieces and trends to see you into 2022.

Organic Textures

January always feels a little wibbly wobbly (for a number of reasons) and so seems like the perfect time to embrace jewellery shapes that are softer and more organic in their form. 


Clio Saskia’s collection of pieces embraces a natural form. This Garnet Stud is inspired by a seaweed called Red Fucus and its life cycle. Each piece is hand-carved to create intricate details and set with a stunning fiery garnet, adding beautiful shine and texture to the ear. 

Rainbow layers

Layering is still your go to look. However, where we have previously seen fine, delicate forms overlaid together; jewellery is taking a bolder step into colour and weightier shapes. Technicolour gemstones alongside warm golds and copper bring a little more joy to January days.

 Candy floss Tourmalines, ocean Sapphires, listerine Aquamarines; be audacious with your pairings of colour. There are plenty of semi-precious stones to choose from which don’t have to be heavy on the purse strings either. Here at Rockin we like to pair luxe with less- choosing more inexpensive pieces alongside timeless investments. 

Sarie Joyne’s is the Queen of coloured bliss. Her gemstone rings, whilst vibrant, hold a pure and organic quality which provides a subtlety to the look.

 


Bold and beautiful, this modern take on the cocktail ring is a one off design by AYA. The minimalist design perfectly highlights the three emeralds in a classic claw setting.

Luna James, is the jewellery go to for sustainable, wearable everyday pieces. Her collection features a vibrant array of bohemian inspired products, embracing naturally derived colour at every opportunity. These Amethyst slice earrings and pointed drop earrings are the perfect way to embrace the technicolour trend.

Hail the Chain

The chain is set to be the star of your jewellery wardrobe this 2022. Start with this and you can’t go wrong. Slightly longer than a choker and weighty enough to make a solo statement.

A team player for this season is the Queenie Gold Chain Necklace by achingly cool brand, Salt and Pepper. Featuring a central Salt and Pepper diamond, this chain is weighty enough to be worn alone but compliments a multilayered look also.

Bethany May Silver’s snake chain is top of the Style Team’s wish list. The House Snake Chain necklace is a slinky midweight chain in cool silver. We’re doubling this up for an understated, co-ord look.