By Rebecca x
As the world evolves, so does the world of fashion and jewellery. Ireland is set to see some new and exciting jewellery trends emerge this year, which we are particularly excited about. In this article, we will explore the trends that we believe will take Ireland by storm in the Spring and Summer of 2023.
- Chunky Chains
Chunky chains are set to be a major trend in 2023. These bold and statement-making chains are perfect for layering and adding some edge to any outfit. Chunky chains come in a variety of styles and metals, from silver to gold to brass. Note to self, we need to offer more chunky chains J.
- Colored Gemstones
Coloured gemstones are set to make a comeback. From emeralds to sapphires, these bold and beautiful stones are perfect for adding a pop of colour to any outfit. Coloured gemstones are versatile and can be worn with both formal and casual attire, also there is meaning behind each stone if you want to dig a little deeper.
- Asymmetrical Earrings
Asymmetrical earrings are a fun and playful trend that is set to take Ireland by storm in 2023. These earrings are mismatched, with one earring being a different length or style than the other. Asymmetrical earrings can add some whimsy and personality to any outfit.
- Personalised Jewellery
Personalised jewellery is a trend that has been growing in popularity over the years, and it's set to continue in 2023. From monogrammed necklaces to customised bracelets, personalised jewellery is the perfect way to add a personal touch to your outfit. These pieces make great gifts for loved ones, too. If you do have a personalisation request, we at Kybalion would be delighted to chat with you so just drop us an email.
- Statement Rings
Statement rings are set to be a major trend as we head into summer. These bold and eye-catching rings can be worn alone or stacked for a more dramatic look. Statement rings come in a variety of styles, from chunky and bold to delicate and intricate.
Spring and Summer is set to bring some exciting new trends to the world of jeweller. Chunky chains, coloured gemstones, asymmetrical earrings, personalised jewellery, and statement rings are just a few of the trends that are set to take Ireland by storm. Whether you prefer bold and edgy or delicate and intricate, there is really something for everyone in 2023. So, get ready to add some new and exciting pieces to your jewellery collection!
Is it too early to start planning for festival season (and that wedding we will need a credit union loan for J)
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