Best Jewellery Styles
Double jewel rings
For something a little unusual this spring, try rings with double jewels. The Ted Baker Yazmin double jewel ring (David Jones, $125) comes in various colour combinations, like this one with black and fuchsia stones. Stackable rings are also going to be popular throughout the spring and summer months.
For a special night out, you don't need a bunch of jewellery, you just need one amazing statement piece. This spring, make it a cuff. You don't have to spend a small fortune to get something unique. This spectacular cuff (Bellucci Collection, $25) is affordable and beautiful with a large centre stone surrounded by blue crystal studs.
Bold earrings in geometric shapes will be very trendy this spring. You can find a variety of pyramid-shaped earrings, but none like these from Belle Noel. These pyramid stud earrings (Jade & Belle, $79) are crafted from 14-carat gold and feature leopard-spotted suede inlays.
Stand out from the crowd by wearing an edgy, silver necklace this spring. You can wear a bib-style necklace with your favourite cocktail dress but don't limit it to evening wear — you can even dress up your favourite skinny jeans and tee with this Arcadia necklace (Saba, $129). This antique silver necklace is sure to capture the attention of that bloke you've been eyeing.
Charm bracelets are so... well, charming. If you haven't seen Sue Sensi's exquisite jewellery collection, you are missing out. She creates high-quality charm bracelets and other pieces in sterling silver and semi-precious beads and stones. Her jewellery has caught the eye of a number of celebrities and high-end boutiques. You can find many of her affordable pieces online, ranging from $20 to several hundred dollars. We love the Magical kiss bracelet (Sue Sensi, $310), which is really five unique silver bracelets that are connected together.
Tribal-inspired jewellery continues to be popular again this season. Look for tribal pieces created from unusual materials and featuring interesting textures. These House of Harlow tribal horn earrings (SurfStitch, $100) are an eye-catching choice.
Take a step back in time with vintage cameo jewellery. If you can't raid your grandma's jewellery box to find a truly vintage piece, you can scour the pages of Etsy and find some true treasures. This brass green cameo necklace ($27.20, Paper and Ribbons) is from a Melbourne-based Etsy shopowner who creates affordable, vintage-inspired jewellery accented with pretty ribbons.
When shopping from Etsy, don't limit yourself to Etsy owners in Australia. You can find a wide variety of Etsy shops from around the globe that will ship worldwide for a price cheaper than you probably expect.