Fancy jewellery is usually associated to precious materials like gold, silver, diamond, platinum, etc. But this season, we love materials that shake up the usual codes! Between plastic necklaces, mesh earrings, or wooden bracelets, here is the proof that fanciful materials jewellery can be feminine and stylish.
One of the main trends of the spring summer 2016 season will be the bohemian look. Already trendy last summer, it’s the perfect festival look thanks to Aztec prints, lace white dresses, headbands or fringes. And to make that gipsy look even more perfect, add some Salomé Charly wooden jewellery on it! We fall for the Verbon wooden necklace to we wear with the white cropped top by Lylee Blu, and the Lin wooden bracelet & Lan wooden bracelet to match with the fashion blogger Pauline’s silk and lace white dress and the John John bag by Maradji. We also love the Trine wooden earrings that we want to wear with the silk sarouel pants by Olivier Battino. Even if they are quite casual, wooden jewels can also go with a fancy night outfit, like the Amul wooden long necklace that can be worn with the high waisted jumpsuit by Karine Amzallag or the Ore wooden earrings to wear with the Pierre Henry Bor long white dress.
Another trend for the spring summer 2016 season is the look from the nineties. If you were 20 in the 1990s, then you necessarily remember off shoulder tops, large sweatshirts, high waisted jeans, red bandanas, and colourful backpacks. But one of our favourite pieces of the moment is one we thought would be forever old-fashioned: the short-necklace, like the Couleur punk à l’eau open jewel neckline. In 2016, we wear it for a friends trip with the bicolored bomber jacket by the french blogger Adénorah and the bicolored Frivole backpack by Darris. We also love the Couleur punk à l’eau plexiglas earrings, perfect for a night out if you wear them with the Angéline Dangelser denim bustier crop top and a high waisted skirt like the short skater skirt by Elodie Oberlé. Then, we fall for the plexiglas cuff bracelet by Couleur punk à l’eau, to wear with the Louise de Testa printed sweatshirt and a classic red bandana by Mona Sultan that we can wear many different ways as we previously showed.
We realize that mesh might make you think about a medieval-style piece of clothing rather than a jewel. But the designer L’Or J proves that mesh jewellery can be very fancy and worn with your favourite evening dresses. For example, if you go to a wedding, you will love the Henora earrings, to wear with a tight dress like the short pencil dress by Milkaya Laijah. If you are the bride yourself, you will want to wear the chainmail bracelet Tudala with the silk and lace long wedding dress by the fashion blogger Pauline. To go out on a Saturday night, you will prefer a necklace like the Connie stainless steel chainmail necklace, to wear with the short skater dress by Lylee Blu.
Leather is a synonym for fancy when it comes to clothes. Why would it be different for jewellery? The designer Camille Roussel answers that question with a leather jewellery collection with geometric lines. Feminine and colourful, we should wear them during the whole season. For example, we love the “working girl” style of the Ruby leather earrings, to wear with the black cigarette pants by Milkaya Laijah and a colourful jacket like the short blazer by Louie. For a weekend in the countryside, we set our heart on the leather long necklace Zora, the dress with flounce sleeves by T’Edith and the leather and raffia tote bag by Otinguema. For a urban outfit, we will fall for a leather bracelet like the reversible leather bracelet Mona, the Juliette leather bracelet or the reversible leather bracelet Eva. We can wear them with a printed top like the Milkwood printed top and the quilted leather biker jacket by Bibana Paris or the cotton and leather trench coat by Olivier Battino.
Did we convince you that jewellery in fanciful materials is one of the best trends for spring summer 2016? To discover more seasonal trends go to MonDéfilé. If you want more advice on the fashion trends of the year, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest!