While we say goodbye to one year and hello to another, it’s time to take a step back and see what was popular in 2017 and give our opinion on what we think will be the 5 trends to lookout for in 2018.
Classic jewelry never goes out of fashion. It will always be considered timeless and elegant. Why? Well because it can add a touch of glamour to any ensemble. Classic jewelry made a comeback in 2017, and it’s not stopping anytime soon in 2018.
Most Jewelry artisans find inspiration in nature from things such as flowers, trees birds etc. For there is nothing more beautiful than the world itself. Precisely why nature motifs were and, probably, will remain the core idea of the handmade jewelry.
Statement necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings. All this was the trend for summer 2017 and will increase its popularity even more in 2018. Big bold statement jewelry is an easy way to add interest and personality to your favorite outfit. These unique and modern pieces are instant attention grabbers. They give all your outfits a new and glamorous feel. Even the simplest of outfits seem to have a fresh breath of air in them.
A famous saying in the fashion world is “everything new is a well-forgotten old”. This year, arm cuffs that wrap around your wrist and hand are the latest to make a return, becoming our favorite items again. And although 2017 may be ending, the trend of Arm Cuffs are still going full steam ahead to 2018. These arm candies were one of summers’ 2017 hottest accessories and will remain so in 2018.
This bold accessory is currently trending due to its excellent versatility. Bold chain bracelets and chain cuffs look great when paired with other jewelry styles. They are gem free and are usually made out of gold which is light, bold and highly valuable. Throw in some Tinsel earrings and you’ll have a set that will be the talk of 2018.
So here is our list of what we think will be the 5 trends to be on the lookout for in 2018. Agree with our list? Think we missed something? What do you think are some trends we should be on the lookout for next year?