Jewelry making is an art form unlike any other and each year there are new trends and existing trends that become more popular.
Some of the current hot jewelry making trends some of the hottest styles to make for weddings, designs from locations such as Belfast and Maine, tribal jewelry, Marrakesh, and dapper designs.
The current Belfast jewelry trends include rich and subdued colors such as the greens of shamrocks and the darkest grey of a black mountain. The look is feminine with blossoming colors and misty hues of the Irish coast.
Marrakesh jewelry trends lean towards the more intrepid lovers of the outdoors and those who like the idea of journeying to a distant land. These include warm earth tones and deep coffee colors along with linens and soft browns. The look includes natural leathers and mocca crystals along with other exciting designs.
In men’s jewelry designs the patterns lean towards the masculine and dapper look of urban sophistication. Dapper draws from neutrals of men’s business casual and dress attire with a possible addition of a pop of color. Most of the colors are black and silver that is made with easy to wear materials.
Tribal looking jewelry is trending in brown and red earth tones, along with beads that have been updated with a modern appeal. These pieces of jewelry that you can create are truly a piece of wearable artwork.
Jewelry trends that are influenced by the Northeastern coast line of Maine are homey and down to earth colors of golf green grass, driftwood, bay blue water, and the colors of lobsters. The materials used to make pieces in this category include stunning angelite and jasper work that work in sync to play a significant part in bringing this design together. Pearl and chain collaborate to give this design an aquatic feel.
Wedding trends in jewelry for brides saying “I do” include high-glamour jewelry and color pairings and also fairytale inspired jewelry. From pearls to gemstones and brilliant crystals the combinations are endless.
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