Beach jewellery vibes that we are Rockin’ right now
Searching for September sun? If you’re chasing the closing parties this season we have got your jewellery style sorted. This year’s summer styling has seen a lot of linen, natural fabrics and simple lines. This is an ideal canvas for some serious jewellery maximalism either in the way of layering finer pieces or going for chunky statement items alongside your beachwear.
Elevate the basics for athleisure luxe
Accessorising is the easiest way to add luxe vibes to an otherwise simple and sporty look. Evaluate your black one piece with chunky gold mid sized hoops, reducing the hoop sizes for each piercing upwards. Pair a weighty link bracelet with a simple heavy timepiece and layer your curb chain with a simple gold disc pendant. Drape a sweatshirt over your shoulders and add a baseball cap. This will create the 90s luxe sport look we are all aspiring to this season. A Yacht is optional but not a necessity.
Your go to brands Salt and Pepper, Diamond Setter, AYA, Sharlala.
Beach Boho. Carefree, salty and tousled. The beach and boho go together like diamonds and denim (yes this is a classic duo in our opinion).
Talisman, sentiment and zodiac pieces are a perfect base for boho layering. Be playful with colour and definitely work the arm party trend with multiple bangles and thread bracelets layered up the arm.
Go to brand Love’s Labour’s Won, Luna James, Crystal and Stone, Roksella and Beach Boho Love.
Y2K Summer. Unless you have been living under a rock you will be well aware of the Y2K trend. Whether you’re embracing this for the first time or on round two and wondering if you can really bring yourself to squeeze into low rise jeans and a von dutch cap (again), it is apparently here to stay.
Depending on which camp you’re in- a Y2K native or a YK2 revivalist- we can take separate approaches to this divisive trend.
YK2 accessorising is the easiest way to embrace the trend, whatever your age. The look is all about maximalism, bling, kitsch accessories and lots of skin. The perfect recipe for some serious jewellery fun.