Jewelry trends continue the line of this autumn-winter season, where size and excess prevail. Luxury designers, propose us parts both necklaces, bracelets, bangles; as earrings and rings, where size XL does matter.And, in case outside little, it points to another big trend, excess, both in number of pieces to look ornate details, which blend a multitude of materials and motifs. Big, shocking and designs with character that will give strength and sophistication to your looks and not allow to pass unnoticed. Others who may share this opinion include Curro. Maybe you? Necklaces are shortened, but its volume grows, either with numerous turns or with stones, feathers, pearls, accounts, flowers, etc. Excess takes up in the mix of materials. Include large metal Necklaces Pendants; and necklaces bibs, even more big and with volume, returning one more season. The rings hanging more than ever, because they hang in waterfalls. In terms of bracelets and bangles, take a few turns or widths, trend which lasts already for a few seasons; and loaded with details.
And finally the rings follow the same XL, with huge individual color stones or in clusters; Neither the clocks of enormous dimensions are not fought. Styles in jewelry, seen for next season are varied, although the undisputed protagonist of this primavera-verano-will be the ethnic or tribal, with fringes, animals and ceramic pieces; followed closely by the retro with vintage parts; and by the rocker, with cuffs of fur with tips, tacks and details metallic. are you prepared to not go unnoticed? The jewelry spring/summer 2011/12 advocates marked trends.Varies as regards color, predominating the Golden, silver, black and white; Although the colors have place in designs more art-deco or Baroque proposed by Oscar de la Renta and Bottega Veneta. The flower motifs are Palm. But the undisputed star is the cuff in size XXL, both rigid type cuff, as chain (Yves Saint Laurent).The materials are infinite, are resins, metal, feathers, fabric, skin, with mix of different textures and motifs; so, watch them both classic style (minimalist, as Michael Kors designs), Baroque (more complex), but always, always, exaggerated.