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Following Current Jewelry Trends

The weather is still warm and summer isn’t quite over yet. We wanted to take a minute to review some of the trends we love so far this year.

This year jewelry is trending BOLD! Think chunky, oversized and embellished pieces that perfectly accessorize your wardrobe. Here are some of our favorite looks for all the West Coast Cowgirls out there.

Chunky Bracelet

Need an instant wardrobe update? Add a chunky bangle. Or five.  The Khali Bracelet is one of our must haves. These bracelets work with everything from a t-shirt and jeans to a cocktail dress. Looking for one bracelet that does it all and shows off your western style? Try the Zarine Bracelet. The color goes with everything and the large size means you can go light on your other accessories.

Oversized Rings

We all know that diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but bold, showstopper rings are really making their case. Gone are the days of delicate bands – adorn your fingers with a ring that will set you apart! We particularly love the Taima ring. If you’re looking for something with a more pure western style, try the Tristan ring.

Statement Necklaces

Every fashionista knows the perfect outfit is not complete without a necklace. Statement necklaces are a necessity. Whether short and layered like the Tataka Necklace or long and tasselled like the Calua Necklace, statement necklaces will not only complete your look, but will land you a plethora of compliments!

Embellished Earrings

While there will always be a place for small studs, but you can turn heads with oversized, embellished earrings. Try this bold blue pair, the Simi Drop Earrings or these eye catching tassel style, the Anevay Earrings.

 

BOLD is the word when it comes to jewelry trends right now. Shop our boutique to create your own look and style.

Stay tuned for an extra special End of Summer Sale, details are coming soon. Follow us on Facebook for exclusive updates and new additions.

August 18, 2017 by Kathy Stenberg