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Unlike last year, 2021 seems to be slightly different and happier. We are still working from home, wearing sweats most days, but it’s almost about time to start dressing up and meeting people again. So why not prepare to keep up with the latest trends for 2021?! Here are some jewellery trends that will make your days shine extra bright during the upcoming Spring/Summer days.

Layering of Charms - Charms and pendants are versatile, and the best thing is you can style them and layer them however you want! They can be worn as bracelets and necklaces and are also a great gift to give someone you care about.

Big Chains - Chunky chains and Cuban links are something that has been seen a lot on the fashion week catwalks recently. It could be worn as a choker, a longer bold necklace or even a bracelet, but the most important thing about these chunky chains is - the BIGGER the BOLDER the BETTER!

Big Statement Earrings - Going along with the “bigger and bolder is better theme” large statement earrings will be very relevant this year and has been seen on several fashion shows. The statement earrings frame your face beautifully and bring sparkle to your whole look. If you are planning to attend a party or a social gathering event after the lockdown, then these statement earrings are all you need to stand out in a crowd.

Arm cuffs - Arm cuffs are another jewellery trend that goes along with the big and bold trend this year. They come in various different styles, as charms, leather or big metallic ones. This is definitely a piece that will elevate your simple everyday outfit into something eye-catching.

Elegant pearls - If the large chain necklaces are too heavy for you, Elegant and stylish pearls might suit you better. What’s incredible about pearl jewellery is that they are timeless pieces and would never go out of style. They make you feel special, classy and graceful. This season pearls are worn in mixed silhouettes and in the form of everything from earrings to layered necklaces.

Emilia Wickstea

Simone Rocha


Hellin from London Accessory Week Team


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