New season necklaces & pendants

Frosty mornings and misty mellow days can only mean one thing, autumn is here and it’s time to pack away strappy summer dresses and embrace the freshest new fashion for this season. Adding an en-pointe necklace is simple way to bring your wardrobe up-to-the-minute, but buying necklaces online can mean sifting through an overwhelming amount of new styles, colours, metals and gems, so we’ve taken the hard work out of staying chic and selected the best of the biggest new trends in necklaces for you. Take a look at our hand-picked harvest of on-trend pieces.

The Girl’s a Pearl

Although the choker and statement styles of last season continue to thrive as far as necklace trends go, it would be hard to miss the quantity of pearls and pendants on display at the shows like Gucci, Mulberry and Chanel for Autumn/Winter 2017/2018. Pearls are making a resurgence in a big way after a complete transformation. Gone is the stuffy single string worn close to the neck; the modern pearl necklace is multi-stranded, worn long and seductively draped, with perhaps a decorative clasp or worn as an simple eye-catching drop pendant. At Celine, designers paired a simple leather choker with a single central pearl for a contrasting look.

Especially effective when worn against daring rock-chick or laid-back laissez-faire looks, the once-prim pearl adds an intriguingly feminine contrast to the otherwise heavy or slouchy.

To get the look try layering pearl necklaces in varying lengths:


Coco Peacock Pearl Necklace by Claudia Bradby, £141



Mimi  Pearl Necklace by Claudia Bradby, available in 17” and 30” £83 and £105


Lucia Pearl & Pyrite Necklace by Claudia Bradby, £265

For something a little edgier try Uno de 50’s Choper Pearl Choker:

 

For serious fashion brownie points team it with that other new trend for tassels:


Mia tassel necklace by Claudia Bradby, £120


Penchant for Pendants

Almost every collection on the runway for AW17/18 featured a pendant or two in some form. Ranging from nostalgic nods to 70’s and Victorian or baroque romantic to mystical talismans (yes, the St. Christopher is cool again) and out-of-this-world cosmic designs, this season is all about the pendant.

Wear oversized and statement pendants singly or layer more delicate styles all the way from neck to navel and team with floaty, frilly 70’s style frocks for an enchanted, ethereal look. Or try pairing with luxe sports or streetwear for a more metropolitan mode. Either way, you'll have a neckline to envy.

Symbolic key motifs were on show at Maison Margiela, with personalisation and uniqueness also coming through as important themes with mismatched pieces. Elsewhere the personalisation brief continued with monograms, initials and birthstones all significant.

Tune into the new nostalgia:


Garnet & Gold Pendant Necklace by Biagio, £245


Gold Filigree Heart Pendant by Biagio, £117


18ct Diamond & Morganite necklace by Biagio, £1,650

 

Make an unmissable statement:


18ct rose gold diamond and ametrine necklace by Biagio, £8,741


Mix & Match the talismanic with the tasselled:


9ct yellow gold St. Christopher necklace by Biagio, £174





Mia tassel necklace by Claudia Bradby, £120


Keys to your soul:


Uno de 50 key necklet, £99


Biagio diamond Wish Keys 'Doppio' by Biagio, £589

This beautiful key pendant can be personalised with your choice of stone and metal.

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