Cupon and emerald green pants sound great to me! When fur crops up, winter is nigh hand at hand. Certain crystals, like the rose quartz, are the symbol of unconditional love. I have to admit to being a bit of an accessory addict.
We see the result on the fall jewelry trends running over with thongs of choker necklaces. There seems to come no lull for pendants, really, from ancient amulet and religious pendants to contemporary statement ones. Indeed, those medallion garden-variety pendants spotted at John Galliano or tiny fang ones happening quite frequently at Trussardi were undeniably delicious and lovesome but left in the shade next to those gargantuan napa pendants at Loewe in the shape of feline and human faces or in the shape of metallic golden handbags.
We are going further to find those large-scale twisted metallic pendants at Valentino too or the kaleidoscopic ones at Anna Su i and if the fantastic tour is still afoot, there come into view the cigarette-lighter shaped pendants at Moschino , the spring-shaped ones at Opening Ceremony and those three scarlet gems at Ralph Lauren to form a delicate pendant choker.
They were rendered out in so many styles on the recent runway shows that chances are to adapt them quite successfully with your romantic, casual and elegant styles alike. And this is not preaching to the wind but a well-grounded statement. Just run an eye over those chain ear cuffs at Alexander McQueen trickling down with butterflies, stars and other lovey-dovey items and working so triumphantly within the romantic moon theme of the show.
Then stop at Saint Laurent to relish in those haute-couture-worthy ear cuffs as the finale tidbits by Hedi Slimane or at Balenciaga just to make sure that wrap-around ear cuffs look equally mind-blowing within underground chic a la Demna Gvasalia. The gothic models of Dior bring about multiple-piercing craziness, while at Koché it is all about ear and nose piercings rolled into one. English safety pins, buckles and heavy chains literally streamed in to form another big accessory trend. Moschino in Milan again brought about a crazy mishmash of chains and leather buckles but the punk festival reached its pinnacle in Paris — we were treated to buckle chokers at Gucci , red buckle wristbands and safety pin brooches at Isabel Marant , giant safety pin earrings at Sonia Rykiel and Balenciaga, and safety pin necklaces spotted at Celine.
No doubt, anarchism is underway. What is the best jewelry piece to glam up any plain look in a flash? Layers over layers, in a nutshell, multilayers. They always cut the mustard in dolling up whether warm winter outfits or summer lightweight slip-ons coming in different materials and styles.
The forthcoming multilayered necklaces are mainly metallic with two, three or four tiers cascading down and full of some knick-knack charms like we see at Valentino and Etro or showing off some disheveled chain layers dropping down from chokers like at Alexander McQueen. For the most exquisite multilayered necklaces, lay a bet on those pearly intricate ones at Chanel.
How else should raw stones play for the upcoming cold seasons if not hardball? This is one of the biggest fall jewelry trends popped up quite unexpectedly on the runways in a pop of colors, begetting pendants or bracelets, rings or earrings. If at Elie Saab a range of raw stone pendants and earrings is playing in 50 shades of purple, at Alexis Mabille all eyes are on those gigantic dodger blue necklaces and rings blowing away all the cobwebs instantly.
The moral of the story? To launch a challenge against your minimalist fashion predilections! No matter if they are chunky like we see at Dsquared2 twin brothers standing behind twin bracelets or delicately thin as at Anthony Vaccarello and Alexander Wang, they easily pull off to sweep us off feet.
When we are over and done with everything punk, rock and gothic, those bohemian tassels are breezing in flittering and fluttering all the while. Apart from appearing on handbags and shoes, tassels carry on conquering new territories on the fall runways shaping up another enlivening jewelry trend we are so impatient to embrace soon. The widest scale tassel purveyors appeared to be Dsquared2 and Elie Saab, the former with its playful droplet tasseled earrings, while the latter with its rope leather necklaces with tassel ends undulating hilariously, not to tell about that tasseled deluge on a range of lace dresses.
There is one and only guaranteed method to become pearl of beauty — to fling yourself into pearly avalanche. Pearls have always read elegance and chic, befitting mature women more than young ladies. How not to do it if those pearl strings come into view at Miu Miu or Moschino so provocatively matched with those ripped and slovenly denim pieces?
However, the thongs of multilayered pearly necklaces at Chanel have pulled off to keep elegant traditions yet adding some playfulness throughout. The next fall jewelry trend on our list stands for stars, keys, hearts, half-moons, evil eyes, books and all the jazz that were clustered to form different jewelry pieces jingling-jangling happily — earrings, necklaces, brooches and body jewelry at Alexander McQueen, single earrings at Roberto Cavalli, a range of labyrinthine necklaces and belt trinkets at Prada , and tiered necklaces at Valentino and Temperley London.
So if these amulets fail to protect you from danger or harm in the cold seasons to come, mind-blowing looks of yours are guaranteed, for sure. The symmetrical beauty period is consigned to oblivion. The more asymmetry is around, the more beguiling looks are to be expected. While at some fashion houses earrings differ only in length like we see at Sonia Rykiel or Ports , other designers have dared to expose variously-shaped samples much as we see at Alexander Wang, Isabel Marant, Topshop Unique and at Christian Dior, where different ear piercings are brought forward.
Catching some half-done jewelry pieces on the fall runways does not mean that our favorite fashion designers have under-fulfilled their tasks. This is just a trend that might come right up your street or not so much. Luxurious diamonds and rhinestones were shining with all their glory at the fall runways as well, thus providing their carriers with princess-worthy visages.
With our eyes trained to see these ravishing pieces on special occasions only, the recent seasonal shows came as pretty good argumentative that they might work equally mind-blowing in everyday life. While at Marchesa and Saint Laurent those shiny jewelry sets were up to the haute couture category, at Ashley Williams and House of Holland glowing necklaces and earrings whether tiny or massive were triumphantly adapted to everyday pantsuits, baby-doll dresses, skirts and more.
Whether gigantic or tiny, colored or shiny we truly get a kick out of those mono stunners at Alexis Mabille, Bottega Veneta, Oscar de la Renta and Stella Jean.
At Lanvin it was all about pastel shaded gemstones that had a mission to form massive chokers and dangling earrings in spades. At Bottega Veneta exotic jewelry sets were done within the blue-green color spectrum, at Dries Van Noten iridescent geometric beads were put together to form elongated head-turners, while at Ralph Lauren a chic kaleidoscopic necklace brings about some regality with that crown shape in between to just add extra evidence.
Oh, my stars and garters! We are in the thick of far the most inspiring jewelry trend for fall — to wear cuff, bauble or any other bracelet styles over sleeves or your cool gloves to create an overcool visage. Karl Lagerfeld is seemingly leading the pack in this trend working out a range of twin bracelets worn over killer gloves at Chanel; at Prada rose-shaped bracelets are worn over knit gloves, while at Ralph Lauren it is a waist watch to have found its appropriate venue over a knit taupe jacket sleeve.
To get even more inspiration for this trend, there are still Maison Margiela , Undercover, Opening Ceremony and Oscar de la Renta, just to name a few. Even if your great obsession with liberal arts has never allowed you to vote for geometry, falling for pretty materialization of geometric shapes on jewelry pieces is more than feasible now. If it so happens that your jewelry box needs some pretty effective replenishment at some moment in the future, melted and twisted effect metallic stunners shining and beaming on the fall runways are to complete that task victoriously enough.
Among the trendsetters in this sphere is primarily Valentino with its elongated metallic earrings and statement necklaces that seem to have been gathering dust somewhere deep in a dower chest, then brought to surface for not-in-the-cards trend.
We see twisted metallic earrings in some amorphous shapes and with mirror-reflection shine at Mugler and a thread of golden ones suggestive of a melted-then-frosted metal. However, this time around we have flowers in droves whether as garment prints or as accessory shapes, albeit not so vibrant and fresh, but more frequently in muted and frozen shades.
However, when with Rodarte there comes to be no lack in as-if-freshly-cut realistic flowers — bunches of iridescent flowers clustered together to shape vertiginous wrap-around cuff earrings, necklaces and hair accessories with some metallic samples in between, the full monty spreading dizzy aroma around.
From the Bronze Age to the Information Age, brooches still have their powerful say in the fashion industry. Chic wristbands albeit shown not so frequently on the recent runways are surely to fascinate you all out there and make a big hit down the windy autumn streets. Worked out of different materials, whether bedecked or decoration-free they might always kindle general interest towards your persona especially when you opt for those wavy and ruffled leather ones spotted at Fendi. To combine a chic view with soft feelings, go hell for leather to get those furry ones at Blumarine or Christopher Kane, while at Elie Saab everything is more bohemian and exotic — a range of suede wristbands decorated with raw stones.
The most high-voltage compensations are to be provided by those body chains chaotically fixed on garment pieces like protective armor, much as we see at Alexander McQueen blazer lapels united by helter-skelter chains , Vetements or at Moschino with chains stretching along sinister black dresses in skeleton shape.
When chains are over, intricate jewelry-worthy embellishments come to arena with Gucci playing the first fiddle here — multilayered strings of pearls fixed on a mini dress with necklace- illusion, a regal panoply on the bib of a black transparent dress or some bejeweled bow-shaped adornments on a couple of pieces.
True to form, some of the contemporary fashion designers could not but throw some never-seen-before show-stopping jewelry pieces on the fall runways. These hues are so versatile, daring, and fabulous. When you think of the perfect fall color , this is the one that first comes to mind. Even if you are not huge on hairstyle changes, you will be completely obsessed with the ones below.
Make sure that you book an appointment at the salon because you will be thinking of copper hair looks all day today. Are you ready for some of the most important fashion news of the year?
On Monday, May 6, , in New York the Met will host the biggest celebrities in the world just like decades before. Ever since Anna Wintour took over this opulent event in , she introduced a new trend.
Every year, there is a special theme of the exhibition that happens in the museum from May to September. An unwritten rule is that all the attendees should honor the theme with their appearances. Once fall begins, there is more than one way to stay fashionable. Aside from upgrading your closet with brand new, trendy pieces, you can also change your hair color to stand out. There are ladies who simply decide to keep the same color throughout the year.
But there are also the fashionistas who are always eager to try out new trends. The trend that will really make you happy this season is called flannel hair. It is a super-exciting coloring technique that focuses on warm orange tones with hints of red, burgundy, copper and more.
In other words, you can experiment with any shade of red and orange that you like. Celebrities such as Keke Palmer, Lana Del Rey, and Florence Welch are the perfect examples that prove this color range works perfectly for any skin color.
Celebrities have the luxury to wear whatever they want, whenever they want. But, there is one piece of clothing they seem to avoid. Stepping out braless might be a big deal for you, but these stars are way past that stage. Check out the bold looks below. The night was full of electric performances and celebration of talent. But another thing that got our attention is the fashion choices of celebrities.
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