It seems like only the other day I was talking about autumn/fall themed jewellery and here we are with winter at our door already. Time really does fly!
Chandelier earrings are currently trending on many fashion runways and ones set with clear rhinestones, have a crisp, clean wintery vibe about them
These vintage earrings are set with a large rhinestone, leading to three symmetrical drops. The drops are articulated catch the light beautifully as they move. The earrings have clip on backs so can be worn by anyone.
Although winter is often associated with stark dark colours, bold reds, rich greens and golds. Icy blues really make me think of the crunch of crisp frost underfoot on an early winters morning.
Both the shape and colouring of this brooch have a wintery feel. Pale
blue rhinestones are set in silver tone metal with light grey tear drop
shaped lucite cabochons.
Chunky statement jewellery is back, in a big way! One thing the 50's had was serious bling. Its a great era to currently select pieces from as not only will you have a piece that is currently on trend there less chance of someone owning the same piece.
This chunky, expanding Empire made bracelet is set with large faux pearls along its entire length. Its a fun piece with a christmasy feel to it, the pearls really remind me of mistletoe berries.
Not one for cooler colours, then embrace the warmer red tones associated with winter/Christmas.
These vintage raised red seed bead cluster earrings have a very Christmasy feel. The spiky design of the gold caps containing the seed beads give the earrings a Holly leaf and berry vibe.
More winter themed jewellery can be viewed on our dedicated Pinterest board.