Spring 2017 Jewelry Trends

by Dustin Bethel March 23, 2017

The flowers are blooming, the trees are blossoming, and the weather is finally starting to warm up. It must be springtime! Now, that spring is here it’s time to break out your fun springtime clothes. Put away those wool sweaters, leggings, and thick jackets; it’s time to bring out flower-patterned dresses, wedge heels, and light, cute jackets. The best part about spring being here - finally - is that you’re able to accessorize better than ever. In comparison to winter’s quality jewelry trends, spring is an even better time to accessorize because of the use of color and flowers. At Rockhill Designs, we specialize in quality jewelry with a fun, unique edge. All of our pieces are handcrafted and are great for wearing any time of the year, but specifically we have a great Spring Collection 2017 that features entirely new arrivals. In some of our past blogs, we’ve discussed different types of jewelry trends to check out, and if you aren’t a huge accessorizer, we gave you some tips on how to best wear your jewelry and feel comfortable showing off your style. Read The Beginner’s Guide To Wearing Jewelry, Winter 2017 Jewelry Trends, and Spring Jewelry To Wear for some great ideas of how to accessorize.

Three Quality Jewelry Trends For Springtime

Below we put together three quality jewelry trends to follow this spring. Of course, your fashion sense is all your own, but these ideas will allow you to show off your style while looking like a million dollars. At Rockhill Designs, we make sure to create jewelry that can be worn for any occasion from a normal workday all the way to a night on the town with that special someone. With these three trends, you’ll be able to accessorize the way you’ve always wanted while still being comfortable in your own skin.

Rock The Flowers

Flowers and spring are like chocolate and peanut butter, they just work together. When it comes to wearing floral jewelry, you might feel a little deterred because there’s always the chance that jewelry with flowers will look kitschy. After all, how many flowered jewelry necklaces and fake earrings did you wear growing up? Fortunately, there is still some quality jewelry with flowers that are able to look classy and simple. At Rockhill Designs, one of our pieces embraces the love of flowers in an elegant way. The Bloom In Blue Earrings are beautifully bright and simple earrings that can be worn with patterned floral dresses, skirts, pants, or just as an accessory to brighten your outfit.

Team Up Brights & Neutrals

In addition to wearing copious amount of flowers now that it’s springtime, you can also brighten up your outfits. However, what’s the line between too bright and overwhelming and just bright enough? When you combine brights and neutrals, you’re able to die down those brights and not be too overwhelming when you walk into a room. By teaming up colors such as bright reds, oranges, yellows, greens, and blues, you’re able to incorporate a neutral color such as blacks, greys, or even tans to help relax the color scheme. The same can be said for jewelry. If you wear a beautiful bright red dress but pair it with neutral jewelry, such as the Peaceful Pearl Bracelet or Double Moonstone Earrings, with a pair of nude heels, then you’re able to incorporate brights and neutrals properly.

Simple Statements

We’ve covered simple jewelry in some of our past blogs, and there’s something to be said for it because classically simple is always a go-to. Look at all of the great fashion icons; they always have a classically simple look, and they always look put together. When it comes to springtime jewelry fashion trends, simple statements will get you the compliments you want. For example, our Pearl Love Necklace is a great simple statement piece. When you show off simple accessories, you’re able to wear a funky outfit.

Are you interested in learning more about quality jewelry and fashion trends? Then continue reading our blog, and in the meantime start shopping for springtime accessory options.



Dustin Bethel
Dustin Bethel

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