The Jewellery Update: 3 trends you need to be getting on board with

From fine pieces to pearls, these are the jewellery trends worth investing in right now.

Fine Jewellery
Delicate pieces, whether layered upon one another or left solo, are really having their moment in the spotlight. Dabble in the trend by opting for a dainty necklace or a medley of fine, stacking rings, and, where possible, choose something with a celestial motif — our collective obsession with astrology is only gaining momentum.


Chaumet silver bracelet from Hartfield, Open Circle Pendant from Tiffany & Co., Isabel Marant Full Moon Studs from Workshop, Sarah and Sebastian Tiny Lunette Earrings from Superette, Sarah and Sebastian Wave Diamond Ring from Superette, Tiffany T Wire Bracelet from Tiffany & Co., Believer Ring from Karen Walker, Blessing Band from Karen Walker, ASHOKA Small Cluster Earrings from Partridge

Pearls
Forget everything you thought you knew about pearls, for they are no longer reserved for blue-haired ladies. The resurgence of the beloved classic sees a more minimalistic approach: chunky necklaces are forgone in favour of single pearl studs and ultra-thin rings. Keeping it pared back is key.

South Sea Pearl Pendant from Tiffany & Co., Mathilde Pearl Earrings from Superette, South Sea Pearl Earrings from Tiffany & Co., 30 Montaigne Gold Finish Ring from Dior, Anna Pearl Drop Earrings from Simon James, Gold Split Wisdom Pearl Ring from Karen Walker

Coloured Gems
Playful and unapologetically bold, there’s nothing that captures the attention quite like a coloured-stone encrusted piece. Varying shades of blue and green are reigning at the moment, so when in doubt, choose something divinely oceanic or emerald.

Elsa Peretti Color by the Yard Earrings from Tiffany & Co., Paris Georgia X Mineraleir Topaz from Paris Georgia, Paris Georgia X Mineraleir Dress Earrings from Paris Georgia, Sapphire and Diamond Cocktail Ring from Sutcliffe, Lion Head Ring with Crystal from Gucci, Coloured Stone Ring Emerald from Mansors Jewellers, Stepping Stones Tourmaline from Partridge

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