6 Jewellery Trends To Invest In For 2018

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Just like everything else in the fashion realm, jewellery trends come and go. Chokers are in one minute and out the next, rings previously worn in luxurious stacks are now preferred singular, and sleek metalwork has been swapped out for irregular crafting.

It can be hard to keep up, we know.

If chasing every twist and turn in the jewellery world isn't on your to-do list, fear not. We've rounded up the six stand-outs from the year so far, so you know which trends are here to stay.

PEARLS

Fresh on the block and nothing like your grandma's, this pearl jewellery redux is all about irregular-shaped pearls, jagged mother-of-pearl facings and mismatched sizes.

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Keshi earrings online now 📸 @the_lane

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CRAFTY

DIY without the Y. Skip the polished pieces and go for something a little bit more personal — colourful beads, resins and whimsical shapes are all a-go.

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The Leo Earring in Amber Multi

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STATEMENT CHANDELIER

Channel your inner Scandi girl and pair a minimalist outfit and undone air-dried hair with a shoulder-grazing chandelier. Unexpected? Yes. Heart-stopping? Also yes.

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Lion(ess) In Zion ☀️🦁🌻

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SEASHELLS

She sells sea shells — and we're buying, whether they're tiny cowrie shells studded along a necklace, or gold-gilded spotted scallops suspended from wire hooks.

LETTERING

O is for obsessed. Earrings, necklaces or even bracelets — it's all about the letter game.

PENDANT NECKLACES

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Layer them 💫

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Layered or worn solo, a simple pendant necklace might just be all you need this summer.


This story first appeared on ELLE.com.au.

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