7 November, 2018
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6 Jewellery Trends to Look Out For in 2019

7 November, 2018
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We speak to jewellery experts about the 6 style trends for 2019.

Looking ahead at style trends for 2019? Whether you’re in need of an extra sparkle to your engagement ring or purchase a new item, we sat down with the experts at Diamond Registry to get the low down on what pieces we should be adding to our collections next year. These diamond specialists are all about assisting you in creating beautiful and unique rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets. The best part? It’s customised to be exactly the way you want, AND these top quality pieces are available for you at wholesale prices (below retail market price – as they cut out the middleman!).

1. Bold and Gold Charms

This trend is all about bold, oversized statement jewellery, and is often in the form of charms containing diamonds and gems. In 2018, we watched the rise of bold shoes and bags, and so it’s no surprise that in 2019 we’ll be seeing the rise of bold jewellery, like solid gold charm earrings and letter charms accented by pavé diamonds. The growing popularity of bold jewellery goes well with the minimal clothing style trend, allowing you to add your own style and personality to your everyday look with jewellery! Expect to see this trend across rings, necklaces and earrings.Expect to see this trend across rings, necklaces and earrings.

2. Pinky Rings

Pinky rings are becoming the go to bling for everyday wear, and have been spotted on A-listers like Gwyneth Paltrow, Rihanna and Emma Watson. You can get a wide variety of pinky rings, like graphic diamond dusted rings or petite gold signet rings with personalised engraving, depending on your personal preference. Use the pinky ring to jazz up your outfit and add your signature touch to any look.

3. Mixed Gems

Building on the coloured diamond trend from 2018, this year we’ll be seeing a lot more colour mixing among gemstones in jewellery, resulting in unique style combinations. We expect to see diamonds complementing a range of coloured stones, from sapphires to emeralds. Need some inspiration? We’re loving Princess Eugenie’s gorgeous coral-coloured padparadscha sapphire surrounded by diamonds.

4. Even more stacking and layering!
More is more, ladies! Next year will be even more about stacking everything, and we mean everything – from rings, to bracelets, to necklaces, it’s all about the layers in 2019. Mix and match your jewellery for a real pop of self expression.

5. East-West Settings
One of the subtler trends we expect to see next year, the East-West setting is when your gem of choice is set horizontal across the finger rather than pointing at your fingernail. While not a new setting, this setting is rising in popularity amongst the newly engaged. Brides are already more comfortable choosing unconventional diamond shapes, rather than the traditional round or square cut diamond, but if you’re looking for something even more out of the ordinary, the East-West setting trend is the perfect solution to add unique sense of personality to your engagement ring. It’s most commonly seen with the marquise, pear, emerald or oval cut diamonds.

6. More Self Expression via Bespoke Designs
Consumers are becoming more design savvy and sophisticated year on year, so it’s no surprise that we’re already seeing bespoke designs take off. After all, it’s a lot more fun to invest in pieces where you’ve had a hand in designing the look, and it’s the best way to inject your own personal style into your jewellery collection. We expect to see a lot more customers investing in jewellery for themselves, to celebrate their own style and achievements – and this is one sure way to stand out from the crowd.

Looking to incorporate more of these trends into your personal collection? Diamond Registry can create exactly what you’re looking for via their in-house jewellers at the best price, since you don’t have to worry about a middleman. It offers a wide range of diamonds and gems at incomparable prices! Whether you need some help sourcing your gems, creating your designs or just some friendly advice, Diamond Registry’s expert team is always there to help. You can either visit the experts in store or send them a quick Whatsapp message at +852 6273 4281.

Diamond Registry, 6/F Eubank Plaza, 9 Chiu Lung St, Central, Hong Kong, Whatsapp +852 6273 4281, www.diamondregistry.com

Brought to you in partnership with Diamond Registry.

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