Accessorising the New Season…

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We can always rely on Spring trends as the much needed reminder that Summer is around the corner and a new wardrobe beckons, as Winter’s darker tones gratefully transition into this seasons’ brights, stripes and florals…. But, for those on a budget, a new season doesn’t have to mean an entirely new wardrobe (though we wouldn’t blame you for trying!) – a few carefully placed accessories can be enough to lift your look.   So, we’ve put together a selection of our favourite jewellery pieces to match the SS16 season…

A SLIP OF A THING…

SLIPS

The classic slip dress is back in full force this season. Think shimmering silks & lace embellishment, for a very feminine take on a wardrobe staple. Delicate slips can be perfectly paired with big statement jewellery, or alternatively, why not continue the feminine feel by styling it up with more under-stated, finer jewellery from Shh by Sadie & The Folly Boutique

MEET THE NEW METALICS

METALICSFrom bomber jackets to evening dresses, metallic finish fabrics are the look to lean towards this season. Whether you go for the full head-to-toe metallic finish, or just a splattering of the shiny stuff – there really is no limit for this trend. But if channeling the Tin Man is too much for you, then why not just tip your hat to the trend with these bold metal pieces from The Folly Boutique, London Road Jewellery & Shh by Sadie

LINEAR BRIGHTS

BRIGHTSFinally, if you’re all about vivid colurs, then we’ve saved the best till last with the huge SS16 trend toward linear brights. Unlike this season’s muted florals, Breton-style brights are all about bold colour combinations. Seen at the likes of Tommy Hilfiger & Kenzo, whether it’s duo-toned or multi colored,  be sure to top them off with this colourful jewellery selection from London Road Jewellery, Tamarzizt, Shh by Sadie

 

Catwalk Imagery from Vogue & Marie Claire

Written by Beth Bowman

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