The festive season is in full swing here at July Child HQ, and we couldn't be happier! It's the perfect time to have a little look at our favourite trends of the year, along with the predictions for 2024, and pick out our faves for some Christmas list inspiration...
1. Mismatched Earrings
We've been on the mismatched earring vibe for quite some time now, and we're loving seeing the trend get the spotlight it deserves! Jewellery rules are meant for breaking and mixing and matching different shapes, styles and colours is one of the best ways to do just that. Mix and match to your hearts content with Disco Disco, Cry Me a Wish, and Astrogal Huggies!
2. Rainbow Gems
Jewellery is the single best way to add a bit of interest to a simple outfit, and bold and bright gems have been the way to do that this season. Embrace the "more is more" vibe with this one and layer up, it's the perfect way to add some colour to your LDB this season. Aura Rainbow star, Midsummer Dream and Lucky Royal Earrings were made for this!
Pearls really made a comeback this year, and we were absolutely here for it. They're a timeless classic, but that doesn't mean they can't be used to make a statement! If there's any jewels that give the pearl trend that modern twist, it's Pearly Signet, Swirly Pearly Shell, and Love Pearls Shell Huggies
4. Stacked Rings
This, again, has been a statement for JC, we've never been able to pick just one ring, and we probably never will be. Layering rings to make your unique stack is an art form basically, so we've been loving seeing this trend and how different people have been styling it! Lady Luck, Parisa, and Cry Me a River are perfect pops of colour to add to any ring stack.
5. Layered Necklaces
It's been the season of maximalism and (of course) we're so into that. Just like the art of the ring stack, there's a delicate balance to strike with layering necklaces. But by making sure they sit with enough space in between, you can have so much fun with layering pieces. Try out Mist, Astrogal and Calypso for a main character moment.