Classics, reference to the fashion of the 2000s, search for creative solutions and new materials – all these are about modern trends in necklaces. So, what do designers propose us to wear?
Necklaces with small beads
The Y2K fashions remain current: jeans are low rise, blouses have stripes and necklaces are made of bright beads. This is why a necklace of multicolored “lollipops” by Brandon Maxwell or “sea pebbles” by Coach will add stylish accents to your clothes. Floral motifs were also not forgotten by the designers: playful necklaces with small daisies by Anna Sui, yellow and azure daisies by Miu Miu and fantastic flowers in pastel tones on necklaces by David Webb state that the floral theme is still at the top.
They are back in fashion. Earlier on the catwalks there were vintage chokers made of pearls, crystals and glass beads, especially memorable ones by Dolce & Gabbana, Lanvin and Tom Ford, whose sparkling chokers were combined with silk shirts, pants and jackets with sequins. And now the baton is taken by crystal chokers, for example by Chanel – graceful, elegant and universal. According to stylists, chokers can be worn in everyday style, at official events and even on the red carpet. So, if you are going to buy a choker, make the most of its fashion-practicality.
Necklaces with large beads
They’re made for accents. Massive “dragees” emphasize the delicacy of the look, so necklaces made of large beads are used in the collections of Givenchy, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, and Ulla Johnson.
A necklace made of semi-precious stones is a definite plus to any look you choose, whether you’re getting ready for a date or a work meeting on Zoom. Deep garnet, poignant aquamarine or gray agate (to match smoky eyes!) look elegant and not boring. And gemstone necklaces are not tied to the season – holiday or fashion – at all. They are beautiful in their opulence and versatility.
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Mix & Match
Combining of materials is one of the popular trends in beaded necklaces. Designers mix recycled acrylic, lucite and resin with pearls, precious metals and stones, resulting in true fashion masterpieces. For example, the mottled necklace by Bagatiba, which is a favorite jewelry brand of Kaia Gerber and Adriana Lima. Such a “combined” necklace is a sure-fire way to complete any look.
Pearl necklaces remain classics, but now the design has become more casual. Thanks to the combination of materials, where pearls are combined with beads and stones, the classic design is transformed into a modern one. Some designers create a casual look with irregularly shaped baroque pearls. Others emphasize expressive contrast by combining creamy, milky pearl shades with multicolored beads. Others, such as Mejuri, advise wearing pearl strands with gold, silver or beaded necklaces.
Modern fashion tends to maximalism, so necklaces made of stones/beads in layers – in several tiers, with decorative elements is a mega-trend. Stylists advise to wear such necklaces with dresses, blouses and jackets, avoiding open shoulders and décolleté. A multilayered pearl necklace looks especially impressive in contrast with a black sweater or top…
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