The Minimalist Earring
Trends To Know For 2018

Four major minimalist jewellery trends have surfaced this season, appearing in the collections of local Australian designers and international jewellery labels alike.

Taking an effortless, pared back approach to the major trend of the season—maximalism— luxury jewellery designers Holly Ryan, Ellery and Rachel Comey (to name a few) honed in the more-is-more vibe with a notably minimalist attitude.

Below, the emerging jewellery trends taking shape for 2018. 

BENT OUT OF SHAPE

Ellery earrings, Rachel Comey Earrings, Holly Ryan earrings, jewellery trends 2017


Think twisting silhouettes, irregular lines and plenty of crumples. 

Perfect for: Weddings, dinner parties and special events. 

Pictured: Ellery Forbidden Fruit Earrings, Sara Robertsson Flounce Earrings & Holly Ryan Wavee Earrings


ELEVATED HOOPS

Ellery earrings, Rachel Comey Earrings, Holly Ryan earrings, jewellery trends 2017, cool hoop earrings

The classic '90s staple gets a contemporary update with texture, volume and repetition. 

Perfect for: Brunch, coffee dates or casual Fridays. 

Pictured: Holly Ryan Tube Hoops, Natasha Shweitzer Stevie Earrings and All Blues Ellipse Double Earrings


MINIMISE / MAXIMISE

Ellery earrings, Rachel Comey Earrings, Holly Ryan earrings, jewellery trends 2017 statement jewellery

Sizes that make a statement—whether its a big one or a tiny one. 

Perfect for: Beach parties, classic ensembles and holiday attire. 

Pictured: Reliquia Swirl Earrings, Natasha Schweitzer Overture Earrings & Holly Ryan Magnetic Field Earrings


BETTER TOGETHER

Ellery earrings, Rachel Comey Earrings, Holly Ryan earrings, jewellery trends 2017 maximalist

Opposing materials and shapes meet in the middle for an avant garde, eclectic appeal. 

Perfect for: Girl's night, cocktail parties and concerts. 

Pictured: Rachel Comey Alloy Earrings, Natasha Schweitzer Alex Earrings and Ellery Hush Earrings

 

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