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XL Jewelry: The new trend for winter

As we have seen on the catwalks in London, Milan, Paris and more recently Shanghai, it seems that the new trends in jewelry are once again betting on maximalism. 

After the success of the jewels on screen, (the preferred ones for teleworking) that characterized this spring-summer, the trends for the new 2021-2022 season definitively leave discretion aside to return to the fray with volumes, maxi measurements and contrasting pieces, shapes and colors . As usual we bring you our proposals to always be aware of new stylistic trends with the arrival of the cold season. 

Prominence to the rings 

After the triumph of “jewelry that frames the face” that we see in this era of teleworking and Zoom Boom, as things return to normal, rings once again take on their due prominence. However, we are no longer talking about simple and minimalist pieces, the new season brings with it a wave of colored stones and spectacular combinations of volumes. This winter dare to to use big rings combine rings with different designs and you will see how your look is enhanced in just a few steps.

The return of maxi necklaces 

This will clearly be the season for large jewelry, however, the choker format has not been seen for a long time. From Schiapparelli until Saint Laurent, its maxi necklaces han been the big stars of these catwalks, whether in choker or cascade format, it is clear that minimalist jewelry is not in fashion this fall winter. Your neck should attract attention and what better way to do it than with our necklaces from the collections labyrinth and boho flower

Extra Stones  

The accessories for 2021-2022 promise theatricality and where we can best find this quality is in the maxi stones of our jewelry. From rings to pendants, rhinestones for this fall-winter appear to be anything but sober. It doesn't matter its smooth or faceted finish, the important thing for this season is that the stones mix, combine and, above all, get noticed! 

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