Ah, the blissful transition from summer to fall! Vibrant colors burst forth, leaves gracefully cascade from trees, the comforting aroma of pumpkin spice wafts in the air, and a gentle breeze reminds us of the upcoming cooler days. The season sounds idyllic, doesn't it?
Yet, there's something even more exhilarating. This shift in seasons offers the perfect excuse to revamp our wardrobes! And yes, that absolutely includes our jewelry collection.
We, at Jae's Jewelers, are so excited that this season brings with it fresh trends straight from the runways and new inventory from jewelry trade shows.
This fall, the runway has spoken: go big or go home. Esteemed brands like Ferragamo, Paco Rabanne, and Alexander McQueen are leading the charge. Their proclamation? Fall 2023 is all about boldness — think oversized necklaces, statement studs, captivating ear cuffs, and a medley of metals.
The art of layering has found a renewed passion this season. Mixing and matching has never been more in vogue. And guess what's stealing the spotlight? That would be versatile paperclip chains! Whether you wear them solo or stack them up, with other necklaces, they're a must-have in every jewelry aficionado's collection.
Begin with a paperclip chain as your foundational piece, then layer on a gold chain. And who doesn't adore a touch of sparkle? Incorporate a necklace with diamonds, and you'll surely capture everyone's attention.
Join the contemporary trend of mixing metals and take your style up a notch! The combination of gold and silver is not just permissible; it's en vogue. While we encourage you to venture outside your comfort zone and experiment, it's also essential to strike a balance. After all, the art of jewelry is all about harmony and sophistication.
We're buzzing with excitement about these trends and eagerly anticipate seeing you experiment with big pieces, layering and mixing metals. The runways are showcasing it, so why not join these trends?
Let our friendly jewelry consultants help you build your next "neck mess" Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11am to 6pm at 237 Miracle Mile in Coral Gables.