Spring 2020 FW Trends: The Jewellery Edit
The four-city September fashion week circuit is always a time we look forward to - Spring fashion seems to have a thing for statement jewellery.
Now that we're three weeks deep into the international shows, read on for some of the top jewellery trends that have emerged thus far, including a few of our favourite street-style looks.
LR: Brandon Maxwell at NYFW, L&O Vintage Givenchy Downtown Necklace, $1,890, Zimmermann at NYFW.
We love that chains are generally not the first texture one would think of for a spring-ready outfit - some of our favourite looks featured OTT chains in gold, silver, rhinestones and enamel.
Take a cue from Zimmermann and Brandon Maxwell and use a chunky statement chain piece to ground pretty florals and lace like fabric in an unexpected way.
A more obvious trend for the warmer season, shells in all forms and styles featured heavily at NYFW darling, Ulla Johnson.
Get the look with our 1970s Emanuel Ungaro Capri Ring and Vintage Corsica Earrings.
BOLD AND GOLD
Whether in simple hoop form or with rhinestones for a little added bling, statement gold jewellery has reigned another season, our favourite examples being at Oscar de la Renta, Proenza Schouler and Alberta Ferretti this show season.
IF you've been following us for a while, by now you'll know that pearls are a staple at L&O, especially when applied in an unconventional way.
We've loved the fresh take on our favourite stone at Jason Wu, Erdem and just a about every second street styler en route to the shows. Get the look with our Olympia Deity Earrings, Cypriot Hoops and Melos Earrings.
Follow us on instagram for a round up of our favourite looks at Paris Fashion Week next week x
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