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The 8 Definitive Spring/Summer 2021 Jewellery Trends from freeamfva's blog

With national lockdown once again in full swing in the UK, you might be thinking it’s time to put the fripperies of jewellery to one side. But for spring/summer 2021, designers proved what all true lovers of jewellery know: its ability to lift your mood is undeniable, as is its power to make you look instantly dressed up – even if, off camera, you are pairing it only with your pyjamas. To get more news about custom jewelry websites, you can visit official website.

There are plenty of options for all tastes and moods. Even if you’re comfort dressing with your clothes, a strong chain will lift your look, while a neon earring will energise even the most lacklustre home confinement. Meanwhile, the cuff makes a welcome return whether worn on the wrist as at Celine and Louis Vuitton or high on the arm, as seen at Chloé and Sportmax.

Dreaming of better days spent outside in the warm sunshine are expiated with the plethora of beaded necklaces and shell jewels. And nothing of course will beat the earring – whether in singular or double shoulder-dusting form — for lifting our spirits this spring. Read on for Vogue’s pick of the finest jewellery trends from the spring/summer 2021 collections.
Neon Dream
A vibrant injection of intense colour is what we all need after a lacklustre year. Accordingly, Eighties neon in every hue was the order of the day at Versace, while Chanel modernised ladylike pearls with splashes of hot pink. Also a hit in fine jewellery circles, with designers including Solange Azagury Partridge and Bea Bongiasca opting for retina-searing designs, this fluorescent trend looks set to keep on glowing.
Pearls haven’t lost their modernised lustre. Already a signature at Simone Rocha, this season they became outsized girandoles and elaborate hair nets, while at Emilia Wickstead they were made extra luxe thanks to a collaboration with fine jeweller Jessica McCormack.

Not having lost its ability to make a contemporary statement, the single or mismatched earring returned at No21, Miu Miu and Alberta Ferretti. At Fendi, which again collaborated with tech accessories brand Chaos, the single earring became a play on the game of dice. Toss it in the air and let it decide if it’s time to pick up a book or reach for a bowl of pasta.

The joy of a cuff is that you can enjoy gazing at it as you tap away at that keyboard, confined to your kitchen, just as much as those who will see it out in the post–lockdown wild (eventually). Another jewel that adds instant polish, express yourself with a sculptural design and wear it any which way you like. At Chloé, sculptural cuffs in mixed materials were worn on the wrist, forearm and upper arm. For the latter, see too Celine (which comprised hair scrunchies) and Sportmax. And for the ultimate power woman look, do as Lanvin suggested, and wear them in matching pairs.

For some, jewellery became a play on brand signatures. At Prada, accessories were kept to a minimum, a simple logo ear cuff one of the few decorations. In Pierpaolo Piccioli’s ode to the Rockstud at Valentino, meanwhile, the oversized stud motif adorned ears, necks, wrists and fingers. Chanel miniaturised its 2.55 bag for the cutest wrist and neck adornments while pendants were created from Jacquemus’s famous Chiquito bag at his bucolic show, and Margiela’s Tabi boot was reworked as rings and necklaces. At Schiaparelli, Daniel Roseberry continued the surrealist legacy of its founder with giant gilded nose earrings and fingertip talons.

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