Keep it big, bold and beautiful and you’ll be bang-on with this year’s must-have jewellery trends. We show you what to look out for in 2022.
The year ahead holds a wealth of riches for jewellery enthusiasts. And, while there’s something to suit every style and pocket, we’ve picked out a few of our favourites that we think will capture attention in 2022.
Turquoise, seashells and agate bring the beauty of the natural world to any outfit. A bit of blue sky always makes things better. Try Bvlgari Divina Diva’s Dream 18ct Rose Gold Turquoise & Diamond Pendant (£1,970). Or how about these Almaskia blackened gold earrings (£7,100) to add some seaside charm to your day (or night)?
Oversized, colourful, and a bit quirky – the fashion world is calling on us all to go back to our youth and have fun with our jewellery. Chunky chains, such as this G Chain from Givenchy (£1,820) will give any outfit an instantly stylish look and these white gold diamond hoop earrings from The Diamond Store (£2,149) are a fabulously extravagant treat.
Charm bracelets never go out of style and look set to remain a firm favourite in the fashion world in the coming year. They can be made personal and are a great gift. This rose gold diamond (£1,920) number from The British Diamond Company is understated and chic, while this Tiffany wrap bracelet (£1,400) is perfectly designed for everyday wear.
And charms aren’t just charming for your wrists. This season, necklace charms, such as this white gold pendant by Chopard (£10, 300) are very much in vogue.
Another classic, and pearls are firmly on the agenda again this season.
But forget your standard pearl earrings – we’ll see different shapes, sizes and textures in 2022. This Mikimoto ring is made with 12,00-12,5 mm White South sea cultured pearls and 0.78ct of diamonds, set in 18k white gold (£10,200).
Get up close and personal with a choker. From minimalist metals to ornate charm pieces, anything goes, as long as it draws attention. This sterling silver collar necklace from Georg Jensen (£3,100) is dramatic and original or go more understated with this yellow gold necklace from Fope (£8,040).
Things have moved up in the world. Cuffs made especially for biceps were big on the catwalks this season. Wear yours, such as this chain link armlet by Celine (£385) with a short-sleeved top or even over the top of a long-sleeve.
Large stone-set jewellery with bold designs is one of the key looks to go for this year. Cocktail rings and fun, big pieces with colourful stones, emeralds, opals and sapphires (Jessie Thomas, £6,000) will add glamour and colour to any outfit.
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