As we enter November, Halloween is now behind us, the mercury is dropping, the clocks have been moved back and the sun is drawing in ever sooner; it can feel like a rather dour time of year. But with the holiday season ahead of us, why not cheer yourself up by considering the latest jewellery trends and possibly planning some early Christmas presents for you and your loved ones.
Meghan Markle, formally of the royal family and celebrity in her own right, has been leading the way in bringing the bangle back to high fashion. This trend, fit for the winter months, can be achieved by wearing a collection of bangles upon your wrist. This pave set diamond bangle would look brilliant as part of a gathering of bangles.
Big pieces that demand the attention of onlookers are back in, and having an impressive gem stone or imposing setting will definitely turn a few heads. Combined with the fact that as temperatures drop, you will wear more layers, and dainty pieces of jewellery can get drowned out by the rest of your outfit; so having larger statement pieces of jewellery for the winter months is a good idea. An item of jewellery that certainly won’t get drowned out is this Yellow Diamond Ring, which is mesmerising.
Tennis bracelets may have never gone out of fashion, but they are particularly in vogue and selling like hotcakes currently. They hit a fine line between being subtle enough to hide but also grand enough that you can draw attention to it if you wanted to. If you want the perfect tennis bracelet to fit your needs, why not get a Bespoke Square Cut Diamond Tennis Bracelet that is made to order.
The colour green, especially a deep emerald green, is associated with Winter and various end of year celebrations; so it is always a good idea to have some brilliant pieces of emerald jewellery. With the possible return of Christmas parties and festive occasions again, why not get the whole crowd looking at you by wearing this Emerald Cluster Necklace, with gemstones mined from Colombia.
Gold Centrepieces making a comeback
Gold is perpetually valuable and stylish, so it is hard to call it a trend; but chunky chains and thick gold rings are most definitely stealing the limelight within the jewellery world right now. It would only be right to find a piece that can give you the “wow” factor that these statement pieces provide. This Gold and Diamond ring is certainly eye-catching and is a remarkable piece of jewellery to round out a winter outfit.
With spiritual movements that valorise different gemstones and their various healing powers on the rise, leaders in the luxury jewellery market are taking notice and trendy jewellery pieces are soon expected to be tapping into the gemstone healing market.
Ruby is supposed to aid oneself in goal setting, their search for love and generating passion; so if these things appeal to you, why not purchase these round Ruby earrings.
Emerald is supposed to help people recapture feelings of youth, hope and to achieve growth in their lives; which I think are all things many wish for as we move into the cold winter months and think about the upcoming year. This fantasy cut Emerald ring might just help you feel a little like the younger you.
Diamond’s alleged powers include building strength, fortitude and gaining good luck; and one way to bring more luck into your life would be through this heart shaped Diamond pendant.
It is said that Aquamarine will have a cooling effect on your life, help calm you down and fuel introspective thought; so if you feel the need for a change of pace and some reflection maybe this small Aquamarine ring will help you achieve it.
However, if you’re less interested in staying up to date with the latest jewellery trends and would rather take some inspiration from the Silver screen, you might prefer to take your advice from this piece that teaches you how to adorn yourself in jewellery fit for a Bond girl.