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Here’s the Fashion Trend That’s Counteracting Rainbow Colors this Spring

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Here’s the Fashion Trend That’s Counteracting Rainbow Colors this Spring

Valentino Spring 2018. Runway photo courtesy of REX/Shutterstock.

For every seasonal trend, there is a counter-trend. For spring 2018, the pragmatic, sporty functionality of monochromatic and neutral fashion has come out to contrast with the rainbow of Crayola colors and painterly prints we’ve already seen. It was utilitarian at its best with practical styles such as trench coats, drawstring jackets and jumpsuits with the use of essential details as decorative elements. In jewelry, this translates well into polished engravable dog tags with diamond edges, chunky link bracelets and signet style rings. These are no-frills but highly styled pieces that jewelry lovers will want to wear every day. 

Here’s the Fashion Trend That’s Counteracting Rainbow Colors this Spring

Monica Rich Kosann

Marilyn link bracelet in 18K gold. 

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$10,700

Here’s the Fashion Trend That’s Counteracting Rainbow Colors this Spring

Shay

18K gold Essential pinky ring with baguette diamond.

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$1,880

Here’s the Fashion Trend That’s Counteracting Rainbow Colors this Spring

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Dru Memento

Tags available in sterling silver and 14K gold. 

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$1,475 (14K gold) and $805 (silver with black diamonds)

This article originally appeared in the April 2018 edition of INSTORE.

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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