Think big knuckle-dusters and cuffs statement jewellery has been big for a while, and will continue to be hot for summer. Two-finger rings are also a hot trend. Wear big chunky rings on all your fingers, or layer rings on one finger, and make your jewellery really stand out. We especially love layering Pandora rings and bracelets for their fab layering effect hot!
Karen Walker cuff
DLuxe Dreamweaver ring
Karen Walker filagree ring
Karen Walker smoky quartz checkerboard ring
Pandora Layering Bracelets
Pandora Stacker Rings
Socks with Heels
If youve missed this trend, youve probably been hiding under a rock. Socks worn with heels is a massive look for summer. Lots of designers have been featuring this trend in the lookbooks, and on the runway. Go with cute frilly ankle socks with your wedge heels, or if youre brave, rock the knee socks!
Shoes: The Wedge
If theres one shoe you wear this summer, let it be the wedge. From cute black wedges to chunky wooden wedges, this is the must-have style for summer. And of course, pair them with socks!
Kathryn Wilson wedge
Im sure we can thank Sex and the City 2 for this trend it looks like the turban is going to be a hot headpiece in the coming months! Celebs such as Selma Hayek have been seen rocking this look at New York fashion week. Were not quite convinced, but we like what Kate Sylvester has done with the styling of the turban in her Sylvester summer lookbook. And we can imagine it would look great with a bohemian-style maxi and oversized sunglasses at the hotel pool, no?
One look at the international runways will tell you that hair accessories are big for spring and summer. Large bows are particularly popular, and the headband will continue to be a hot trend. Plain headbands add a chic element to your bun or chignon, while funky bow headbands are super cute and fun. Check out these cute headbands from Mita the perfect accessory to update your summer look.
With everything from glam 50s cats eye to funky prints, theres something for everyone in this summers sunglasses trends. Check them out here.
Ray-Ban Rare Prints
Article by Natalie Cosgrove