Those who got engaged early this year are already shopping around for bridal jewelry whereas those looking forward to getting engaged sometime this year are out gathering information about the ongoing trends in the bridal section. With that said, it is not a surprise that the bridal jewelry galleries are already heavily loaded with new arrivals, this early. Whatever your plans are, it is always a thrill to take a sweeping glance at the bridal jewelry section without having to walk to a store and put up with awkward and pushy salespeople. So, for the ladies out there, let’s take a quick look at what’s in trend in the bridal area this year.
You will see a lot of rounded fancy diamond cuts in bridal jewelry this year. A seemingly favorite theme is the combination of pear and round cuts in jewelry. While some feature a round-cut stud with a pear-cut pendant, others take it a bit forward by linking multiple pear or round cuts finally ending in the either. Whichever of the two you prefer, they look elegant and graceful. Their softened feature and sparkling brilliance give the wearers a glow and softness that most jewelry fail to lend.
Yellow gold is back this year and is all over the place. So don’t be surprised if your engagement ring is a yellow gold diamond solitaire. It is very much in fashion and is taking the market by storm. Yellow gold is gorgeous and a very fitting choice of metal for bridal jewelry. They may be flashy, but are also very regal in their essence. So, if you don’t mind a bit of bling, gold ornaments are a good choice for your big day.
Rose gold too is high in popularity this year. Brides love the blush color and soft effect of rose gold. They are a perfect accessory for all complexions. Pair your rose gold ornaments with pink diamonds, pink sapphires or other pink-colored gems and you have a rosy suite of jewelry to pair your bridal gown with.
Blue, Green and White
Colors are in this year. So, if you see a lot of blue sapphires and emeralds along with white diamonds, don’t be surprised. Bridal jewelry this year is coming in with a generous sprinkling of blue, green and white, and that’s a combination brides are falling head over heels for.