2012 Jewelry Fashion Outlook: All About Natural

It is busy time in the jewelry and fashion world. While most folks are still enjoying barbecues, vacations and flip flops, the fashion universe is hard at work on their fall collections. Here, from the dojos and runways of jewelry’s top designers and reporters, is a sneak peek at what’s ahead in fall for jewelry and accessories.

All About Natural

If there’s a buzzword for the 2012 fall jewelry season, it’s “natural. micron Fall 2012 jewelry will be all about nature and healthy tones. Designs will be inspired by animals, flowers, and exotic ethnic cultures. Size wise, big will still be with, so go for large statement pieces.

Here’s an overview of what to look forward to this fall:

Earth tones are in. Often the super neon look of the 1980s are out (again) in favor of more subdued and natural Earth tones. Much larger is still better, though, so look for large bracelets as well as necklaces in whites, creams and beiges.

The year associated with blue. To add some color to the natural Earth sounds, go for blue. From aqua to azure, navy to turquoise, blue is the must-have color for fall 2012.

Celebrate flowers. As mentioned before, fall 2012 jewelry depends upon natural-and the beauty of flowers will be celebrated in jewelry this holiday season. You’ll see flowers in every combination, from buds to full-blown floral arrangements, in every kind of piece from brooches in order to rings.

Go big with bib necklaces. Look for substantial, layered art deco and Egyptian-influenced bib necklaces instructions the kind Michelle Obama wears quite often. The key to making that look is to pair it with a basic blouse along with a simple neckline. Let the necklace complement, not compete with, your personal outfit.

Geometric jewelry shapes. Triangle- and diamond-shaped jewels, square rings and bracelets, and necklaces with sale paper stones are going to be seen on people and on TV the following fall, as geometric jewelry is back in vogue.

Last longer than are cool. Whatever your religion or belief, there is something stunning about the beauty of an intricate cross jewelry product. Look for intricate pieces in non-traditional colors.

Nature and also Native-American. American Indian- and nature-inspired jewelry will just as before be in this fall. Think multi-colored beaded and turquoise bracelets, necklaces with leaf or shell pendants along with earrings with feathered designs. Go easy on authentic feathers as a hair accessory, though, that’s on its way available.

Tribal/Ancient Mayan. Let your inner warrior shine through the fall with Ancient Mayan and tribal-inspired necklaces, rings and earrings. Look for worn gold and silver-colored portions with beaded accents of turquoise, dark reds, yellows, greens and browns.

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