Let the power of accessories do its magic this season with the fabulous new offerings from the new Lanvin fall/winter 2012 jewelry collection which features a variety of bold and beautiful designs.

If the rainy season almost invariably encourages the use of subtle tones and a myriad of versatile and practical pieces, it doesn't necessarily mean that the same is true for accessories. In fact, in most cases, we would argue that the opposite is true and going bolder is highly recommended for a fun contrast. Designer Alber Elbaz has definitely become well known for his willingness to make a statement. If the Lanvin fall 2012 campaign came with a pleasant surprise as far as the models used, the new jewelry collection is definitely on a similar path as it brings together a variety of fun touches.

Sophistication with a bold touch is the perspective that the label adopts. The new designs are inspired by billionaire Barbara Hutton and help mark the ten year anniversary collection of the label's creative mind. Complexity blends with classic touches for series of designs that will definitely steal the spotlight. Feminine vibes are reflected with a sense of opulence and even a few cleverly disguised trendy vibes. From whimiscal to the tried and tested, the options are definitely a fashion lover's delight.

Statement necklaces are undoubtedly the stars of the new line. Fun pendants are definitely a great choice for those who are looking for a strong focal point which will prove a true game-changer. Shorter necklaces, on the other hand, can prove a fabulous choice if you're simply looking for an element to complete a look and put a more electric vibe on the whole ensemble. Rock chic or classy and elegant, the label can definitely help you embrace your preferred style with a variety of fun touches.

A pop of color can be the best way to inject fun into your outfits, so be sure to give statement accessories a try this season. You might discover a whole lot more possibilities to stand out once you give bold accessories a go. Keep things simple at first and move gradually towards bolder changes to be able to feel comfortable in your own skin all the way.