three funky jewellery trends from LFW

So the hustle and bustle of London Fashion Week is over, and the influx of blogger street style over your Instagram is probably on the decline. I’ve picked three trends, seen on the catwalk, that were absolutely gorgeous, and that you can achieve on a budget with jewellerybox.

Cord Bracelets

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Now, I am not saying that wearing some climbing rope around your wrist is a good trend and that we should all copy it, but we can most definitely take inspiration from this Thomas Bregazzi look (and pray that friendship bracelets are coming back into fashion). Whether you are after a more colourful accessory, or you are more of an understated kinda girl, we have it all. This open heart red cord adjustable bracelet is super cute and can bring a little life into your winter wardrobe, and our black woven macrame bracelet is a great way to add some texture into your jewellery wardrobe.

Pull Through Effect Earrings

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The name ‘pull through earrings’ does not make these earrings sound very pleasant, I won’t lie to you, but they are actually super comfortable and look very chic. The House of Holland show showcased some very…dramatic pull through effect bead earrings – perhaps not to all of our taste. If you like this trend, but want to go for a slightly less, garish option, these simple pull through single bead earrings  are an absolutely bargain, and will create the double hang in a much more subtle way.

Pearls

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Arguably the most classic and elegant of the catwalk shows this year was by Emilia Wickstead. Her show featured a trend which is one that I don’t think will be leaving anytime soon, pearl earrings. Anything with pearls is a timeless accessory if you ask me, and what a way to combine two of the catwalks biggest trends, dangle earrings and pearls, with these gorgeous yellow gold simulated pearl drop earrings. A perfect piece to take any outfit from day to date-night in a classy way.

Which is your favourite?