Unisex Jewellery Staple Pieces Everybody Needs This Fall
Jewellery is often looked at as something purely feminine, wrongfully so.
It’s hard to argue against the fact that a lot of the currently marketed jewellery you will find in most stores is aimed at women, but don’t let that fool you — not only is there an incredible amount of unisex jewellery available on the market, it also does look incredibly stylish on people of all genders (or lack of thereof).
Unisex jewellery has been growing in popularity and availability, just like unisex clothing — our society is growing more acceptant of genderfluidity and androgynous looks (which is wonderful).
To celebrate acceptance and self-expression, let’s look at what unisex jewellery pieces will be all the rage in the upcoming season.
Rings have been one of the main staples of unisex jewellery for a while, alongside various bracelets.
Large, sometimes crude and very defined shapes — be they metallic or filled with (semi-)precious stones — are a great addition to any look. And honestly, the larger — the cooler, really; especially when combined with fall clothing that is often big, layered and very attention-grabbing. Accessories are supposed to act as accents, and these will surely do that job quite well.
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The bigger — the better
This flows nicely out of the above-mentioned suggestion. Big accessories have overall always been the rage — and that spreads out to unisex jewellery, as well. But don’t let yourself be fooled by the word ‘big’ — many people would consider the geometric rings above to be big when, oh boy, you haven’t seen truly big yet.
Very much a statement, giant earrings, pendants and rings have always been and will always be an incredible way to bring attention to yourself and tell everyone else around you what you are like and what it is that you like.
There’s a number of ways to go about the jewellery of choice; we, however, say: make it as personalised, and as loud, as possible.
To buy this ring:
Accessories inspired by antique designs have long been in trend in 2019, and it will stay that way — except more peculiarly so. While a lot of trends stay with us for a while (jeans? Polka dot? Eternal) they sure do adapt and evolve over time — it’s rare for something to stay in trend and yet not change at all; that usually happens to things that are too iconic, like trench coats and Chanel suits.
Be it a piece of unisex jewellery inspired by old coins or medals, historical paintings or portraits, or, even, by the old belief that all stones hold special meanings and powers (like rose quartz attracting love, for instance) to each one of us, people always find new ways to bring in new ideas from the well-known past into their designs; and it works.
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A lot, lot, LOT of stuff
Our fashion trends and society favour busy designs and styles; outfits and accessories that attract all the attention with just how overloaded they are, yet don’t let you focus on just the one thing for the very same reason.
It applies to everything: bracelets with a multitude of charms, the trend of wearing well over three pendants at ones, the trend of completely encaging all of your fingers in rings — the list goes on, and the truth remains a truth: people always want more.
More rings on their hands, more sparkles on their faces, more layers in their clothes (which is especially applicable to fall weather and favourite fall clothing items of many), etcetera.
Wear all the jewellery you have, at once. Nobody will even bat an eye.
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