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The jewellery trends for Spring/Summer 2013 are as different and fabulous as ever, as we begin to see them hitting the high street. As such, there were so many different styles out there on the catwalk that everyone, whatever their preference will be able to find something that they will love this season.

The Folk Look

Big, bold and embellished are what we saw from Dolce and Gabbana, with tassels, pom poms and ribbons hanging from ears and around necks. The great thing about this trend is that those with crafty fingers can make their own for a fraction of the price.

The Classic Look, Oversized

Chanel’s classic string of pearls were sent over the top with giant clusters and pearls as big as marbles as chokers and bracelets. The oversized jewellery was seen in other shows too, as Lanvin produced metal chokers and McQueen showed bee covered necks and wrists. Oversized jewellery has been in vogue for a while now, so you will find it easy to procure something in your taste on the high street.

Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend

Delicate silver jewellery was seen all over, from diamond-drop earrings at Louis Vuitton to diamond encrusted beetle jewellery at Vivienne Westwood. Classic jewellery will always be found on the high street, but with the internet there has been a revolution in buying jewellery and having it sent right to your door. Try for a selection of beautifully cut diamond jewellery.

Semi Precious Gems

Etro’s show included lots of big geodes and gemstones, so if gemstones are your thing then you’re in luck. Get value for money silver gemstone jewellery from, where the jewellery is inexpensive and more often than not limited edition, so you know that thousands of others won’t have the exact same ring.

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