Rainbow-Jewellery

Party season may be over but we’re still lusting after colourful statement jewels to brighten up drab January days. Scroll to shop our edit of the best, from high-end treasures you’ll wear forever to instant affordable updates.

As much as we love a simple gold hoop or elegant tennis bracelet, we can’t help but feel joy when looking at this season’s colour-popping rainbow jewellery trend. The look is far more wearable than it sounds, with designers bringing a kaleidoscope of colour to the daintiest of necklaces, delicate huggie earrings and fine jewel-toned bracelets.

One brand that has been bringing a rainbow of colour to décolletages, ears and digits since its conception is Rosie Fortescue Jewellery. The ex-Made In Chelsea star has a cornucopia of bright stones on offer, worked into 18kt gold-plated eternity rings and sweet half hoops that nestle into the ear for a subtle pop of colour. Whilst Suzanne Kalan is the designer on every colourphile’s lips right now if you’re after an investment piece that bypasses the usual one-tone stone.

If your day-to-day uniform is more muted, the look still works perfectly well, adding an unexpected punch of joy to cosy cream knits of weekend denim. Scroll to shop our favourites that will bring some fun to your January.

 

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Rosie Fortescue's eponymous jewellery brand is built on a collection of rainbow-hued gems. Add one of her finger candy rainbow rings to your collection, paired with a colour-popping French mani, naturally.

For a more subtle take on the trend, choose stones that are a little bit more muted in tone. Emilie Shapiro’s Rainbow Ring uses natural shapes of stones – diamond, quartz, spinel, sapphire, garnet, tanzanite and aquamarine – for a more understated look for the everyday. Whilst queen of versatile jewels, Monica Vinader’s dainty huggie hoops look great stacked up against larger, sold gold hoops.

Inspired by the small coastal borough of Palermo in Sicily of the same name, Soru's Mondello chain drop earrings offer something a little more statemet. Wear with everything from a punchy cocktail dress to an off-duty white tee and jeans.

Twisted like the form of a seashell, Tada & Toy's rainbow-peppered hoops are intertwined with a glass gold band for a modern, art-inspired take on one of our go-to jewellery pieces.

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