7 Colourful Jewellery Brands To Know | sheerluxe.com
Last summer, colourful jewellery was a big trend, and it's going nowhere. The good news is, it's great for brightening up your winter wardrobe, too. From layered necklaces to cute friendship bracelets, multiple brands are embracing the trend – here are the ones to know…
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@_anni_lu_

Founded by former magazine creative director, Helle Vestergaard Poulsen, Danish brand Anni Lu is known for its beach inspired pendants, beaded necklaces and bracelets interspersed with freshwater pearls and semi-precious stones.

@brinkerandeliza, @elle_ferguson

Mother and daughter duo Brinker and Eliza Higgins make each of their pieces by hand in their Connecticut studio in the US, with the range including plenty of shells and colourful beads.

@carolina_bucci, @halo_bijoux

Italian designer Carolina Bucci is tapping into the nostalgia of friendship bracelets with her online personalisation service, allowing customers to relive their teenage years via the luxury experience of choosing their exact specifications.

@eliou__

Each of Eliou’s bright pieces is hand-crafted using natural materials such as shells and freshwater pearls - so no two pieces are the same.

@roxanneassoulin

Roxanne Assoulin’s rainbow-hued, stacked bracelets have become an influencer favourite with bold, attention grabbing primary colours. Pieces are available to buy ready-made at Net-a-Porter but there’s a full customisation service on her website, too.

@sophielouisequy, @louiseredknapp @thefashionbugblog

Roxanne First’s signature slogan necklaces are perfect for layering with other chains, with a variety of bead shades to choose from, as well as earrings complete with coloured gemstones.

@wilhelminagarcia

Wilhelmina Garcia’s pieces feature chains with interchangeable colourful charms, from cutesy love hearts to quirky clovers. For a more subtle take on the trend, opt for these over chunky beads.

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