If you’re looking for the hottest trends in jewelry for the Fall/Winter 2014 season, you’ve come to the right place. This season, the runway shows proved that attention to detail is everything and when it comes to jewelry, the options are incredibly diverse.
Intricate pieces with an artisanal feel have influenced many of the jewelry trends for Fall 2014, whether turning everything from buttons to gloves into gorgeous jewelry. Check out the latest trends in jewelry to complete your look in time for fall.
Gorgeous flowers were everywhere on the runway, decorating necklines for a feminine and delicate look. One of the biggest jewelry trends for Fall/Winter 2014-2015, necklaces and chokers with flower motifs showed up in many collections, including Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy and Oscar de la Renta. Whether you’d prefer a single sparkling flower or a wreath-like necklace, don’t miss out on this trend.
While many jewelry trends for Fall 2014 are extremely wearable and chic, the single earring trend is one of the looks that not every woman can pull off. Featured on the runway during the Louis Vuitton, Cushnie et Ochs, Isabel Marant and Céline shows, a single dangling earring can lead to a dramatic look, but if you're aiming for a more subdued style, choose a stud instead.
Flower motifs aren’t just for necklaces. Flowers also showed up as oversized brooches among the jewelry trends for Fall/Winter 2014-2015. Worn towards the shoulder, the big and bold botanical inspired brooches were the most attention-grabbing accessories featured during runway shows such as Fendi and Dries Van Noten.
If flowers aren’t your thing, you can try crystal, chain and mirror chokers, one of the coolest jewelry trends for Fall 2014.
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Balenciaga went for Swarovski crystal chokers, while Givenchy also showed off the trend during the latest Fall Fashion Week show with delicate crystal necklaces. Marni opted for a bolder, but just as trendy mirrored effect.
There’s nothing new about wearing multiple rings on one hand, but Nina Ricci and Proenza Schouler reinvented the trend, opting for big and bold rings on three or four fingers. If you’re willing to try one of the most daring jewelry trends in Fall/Winter 2014-2015, go for big and colorful stones, and no more than one ring per finger.
While flowers made their way into many jewelry trends for Fall 2014, intricate detailing was also achieved with tribal pieces on the runway. During the shows for the latest Vivienne Westwood and Etro collections, tribal necklaces truly shone with tassels and colored beads. Don’t be afraid to mix tribal jewelry with more classic pieces for a fresh look.
The attention to detail and delicate craftsmanship also apply to bracelets. Sarah Burton opted for metallic bracelets during the Alexander McQueen runway show, while the Chloé collection featured golden fringes.
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Cuffs are also among the most important jewelry trends for Fall/Winter 2014-2015. For a retro look, try Lanvin’s Art Deco approach.
Leather has been making waves on the runway, both in the form of sophisticated bracelets and even collars. If this is one of the jewelry trends for Fall 2014 that you’re into, find inspiration in the sophisticated leather collars from Louis Vuitton or the alligator skin cuffs with fur detailing featured at the latest Fendi runway show.