Women's Costume Jewelry 2017 Trends In Europe

"NO MORE BORING JEWELLERY"
Let's Get Personal
Personalization is at the Peak-Stage on the trend curve. Personalization is something that consumers will always want, however it is constantly modifying in the ways that it is displayed.
Personalization can be done through all outlets of jewelry, but the most prominent and popular is via necklaces. Anything from a name to a memorable date to a favorite phrase, jewelers are allowing consumers to decide. "Like a Tattoo."
The pictures placed in this grid are personal captures from London and Paris. From a choker with a first name initial on it to a memorable necklace engraved from London, all of these are great examples of the way people are personalizing their costume jewelry. Engraving machines have become much more accessible to even the small, local jewelers like Little Smith. Even Amazon can ship an engraver to your door step for less than $200! These pieces can be worn in a variety of different ways with different top outfits, however, they were most commonly paired with basic and neutral colored tops. They can also be paired with graphic tees or an boutique dress.
Monica Vinader offers a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors in pendants and ID tags, all of which can be individually chosen by every guest. Engraving is often complementary due to the high demand and rising competition. "Engrave, Stack, Style, and Enjoy Making It Your Own."
Personalization spreads beyond engraving and also can be done through watches. This cycle from Merci in Paris allows consumers to spin the cycle until they find a favorite case and strap combination. With the current and upcoming trend in personalization, consumers can get anything from costume jewelry to everyday watches just the way they like it: close to their heart and even closer to home.
Stacks on Stacks
Stacks on Stacks is at the Pre-Peak to Peak Stage on the trend curve. Layering accessories is something that consumers will always try to do, however it is constantly modifying in the ways that it is displayed. From long necklaces to short chokers, it is clear that this trend is not halting, rather modifying.
The pictures placed in this grid are personal captures from London and Paris. There are many ways that you can stack multiple necklaces into one look. Necklaces can be purchased individually or in a pack, however, some trendsetters are also purchasing necklaces from completely different retailers and wearing them together. Because the silhouette has changed into rather a high neck, the type and quantity of necklaces vary depending on the theme of the top.
Bijoux Fabrice, based out of Paris, does an amazing job with pairing multiple different necklaces from different collections. Guests can chose which to pair together and have the option to wear just a single piece or multiple.
Aurelie Bidermann, a designer located inside Printemps in Paris, is famous for their stackable jewelry, especially bracelets. The Instagram page for the brand is full of pictures such as the ones above, all of which include a caption saying "My right/left wrist today" which emphasizes that bracelets can be worn interchangeably, just like necklaces.
The Crown Ring By Annoushka can be worn as any part of a stack, back to back, or interlinked as one band. The goal is to purchase more than one eventually, similar to Pandora's concept of purchasing more than one charm, and continuously add to the collection. The Crown Ring originated with Annoushka, but once this hits main stream, other retailers will create their own version.
Each of these photos above were taken by photographers from TrendStop, who forecasted that stackable Jewelry would be a transpired trend throughout the world by Spring/Summer 2018. These people walking on the street are trendsetters. They are demonstrating the "Stacks on Stacks" trend (via necklaces and/or bracelets) which will transpire to the United States in the near future.
A Whole New (Gold) World
Rose Gold is at the Pre-Peak Stage on the trend curve. Rose Gold is a new type of gold and relates to a more feminine lifestyle. It is transpiring to different items and categories as well.
The pictures placed in this grid are personal captures from London and Paris. Rose gold can be transpired into many different styles and looks. These pieces can be worn in a variety of different ways with different top outfits, however, they were most commonly worn as multiples and matched with countless top outfits.
John + Pearl, based in London, is a rather new jeweler, however they are current on the latest trends. With "#No more boring jewellery" as their motto, this retailer has a variety of rose gold based options, but they add their own twist. They are famous for their braiding within the gold template. The braided piece is offered in a variety of styles, all of which are arguably a great match with rose gold.
Each of these photos above were taken by photographers from TrendStop, who forecasted that Rose Gold Jewelry would be a transpired trend throughout the world by Spring/Summer 2018. A few phrases that TrendStop used to describe this trend include: Modern Aesthetic, Polished Rose Gold, Polished Metal, Modern Lady Like, and Luxury Statement. Rose is an all-around color that will combine with others such as beige, tinted, and garden to produce the upcoming trends.
Environment's Delicacy
Stone is at the Pre-Peak Stage on the trend curve. Stones are transforming to be more of a clear and delicate addition to jewelry. TrendStop also forecasted that stone will have more of a marble look in the future's future, thus we can be assured that this trend will continue to transpire.
The pictures placed in this grid are personal captures from London and Paris. The bright colors and the color leveling in each piece should not be overlooked. These pieces can be worn in a variety of different ways with different top outfits, however, they were most commonly paired with basic and fun-colored tops. Whether the guest are nature lovers or trendsetters, these rocks are not the ones that they want to throw next spring/summer season.
Gas Bijoux is a brand that started from a man who enjoyed hand making each piece that was sold. Over 50 years ago, little did he know that this stone trend would transpire to be a huge trend in not only jewelry, but other home products and accessories. This retailer is known for combining many different parts into each piece such as tassels, beads, pearls, and stones placed in a bezel setting. This will become mainstream by next season.
Each of these photos above were taken by photographers from TrendStop, who forecasted that Stone Jewelry would be a transpired trend throughout the world by Spring/Summer 2018. These trendsetters are demonstrating this fad. Stones can be worn in a variety of ways.
Fabrication Fanatics
Fabrication is at the Peak-Stage on the trend curve. Fabrication is something that is constantly being modified because we will always need a material that holds the jewelry pieces together.
The pictures placed in this grid are personal captures from London and Paris. There is a large variety of fabrications that are used throughout the jewelry pieces. These pieces can be worn in a variety of different ways with different top outfits, however, they were most commonly paired with basic and neutral colored tops.
Each of these photos above were taken by photographers from TrendStop, who forecasted that fabricated jewelry would be a transpired trend throughout the world by Spring/Summer 2018. TrendStop also categorized the leather trend in to several color categories including Auburn, Cerulean Sky, Cool Concrete Grey, Desert Sunglow, Drenched Inks, Raspberry Sorbet, Springtime Camel, and Vivid Lilac.
What's Next for Women's Costume Jewelry
Let's take a look beyond the future trends and see what these trends will eventually create/turn in to... Presenting TrendStop's "What's Next"
In order from left to right, these are the trends that are predicted for the future's future: Clear Constructions, Clear Statements, Fragile Florals, Maritime Modernist, Modern Tribe, Molten Metals, and Rock Formations. It can be hypothesize that some of these "What's Next" trends were formulated by some of the future trends. For example, it has been predicted that the U.S. will have clear stones/rocks as a future trend, however perhaps that will transpire into clear statements and even the rock formations in the following season.
In order from left to right, these are the trends that are predicted for the future's future: The Natural Nomad, The Signet Upgrade, Practical Pendants, Crystalline Coral, Industrial Elegance, Biker Buckle Up, and Cut Out and Keep. We can also hypothesize that some of these "What's Next" trends were formulated by some of the future trends. For example, it has been predicted that the U.S. will have leather as a trend in jewelry, however perhaps that will transpire into the Biker Buckle Up as that trend will also have many leather pieces. Also, it has been predicted that the U.S. will have personalization as a trend, however perhaps that will transpire into the Cut Out and Keep as that trend will also have a personal touch in the sense that consumers can chose the shape/size of their jewelry.

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