The Sustainable Way To Wear Autumn Jewellery Trends 2022

Sustainable Autumn Jewellery Trends 2022

Jewellery might not keep you warm but it can certainly light up your outfit. These special adornments have the power to ramp up your style as we dive into a new season. Whether your jewellery choice is a standout piece or an understated beauty, it can speak louder than words.

Whether you're a minimalist or maximalist when it comes to your wardrobe, there are plenty of jewellery pieces you're going to love wearing this autumn. Although we see new jewellery trends every season, it takes a long time for pieces feel dated; and if you pick wisely, your jewellery will age gracefully along with you.

Autumn tends to call for the bold statement jewellery, and this year it's no different. However, there are plenty of more elegant styles to play with. We're seeing flora and fauna motifs; raw crystals, sculptural earrings, and chain necklaces. Although neither gold nor silver never truly falls out of fashion, you can expect silver jewellery to take first place this season. Mix-and-match sets, particularly earrings, along with stacked rings and layered necklaces are popular style choices.

Take a closer look at the biggest jewellery trends you'll be seeing everywhere over the next few months. We're put together an Autumn Jewellery Edit with our seasonal favourites and trending best sellers. From statement jewellery to minimalist accessories, we've got you covered. Shop our range of sustainable jewellery, designed to wear season after season — regardless of the trends. Read on for a detailed breakdown of the most popular fall/winter 2022 jewellery trends.

Autumn 2022 Jewellery Trend: Elevated Classics

This season is all about elevating the classics. Hoop earrings have had an update with bolder styles and new textures. We're talking statement arc earrings, ear chains, and oval earrings. Adorn your body with modern sculptures, and you'll be bang on-trend. Go bold one large statement earring, another trend this season. Alternatively wear alone or pair with minimalist studs.

Autumn 2022 Jewellery Trend: Natural Elements

From raw crystals to flower pendants, we're seeing natural elements featuring heavily this autumn. Ideal for wearing from day to night as the festive season fast approaches. Think crystal necklaces, sun medallions, and bee charms. Alongside leaf pendants and daisy chains. Add charm jewellery inspired by natural elements and your outfits will be on-trend.

Autumn 2022 Jewellery Trend: Floral Motifs

Surprisingly, bold florals feature heavily this autumn. But if over-the-top florals aren't really your thing, our Daisy Necklace is a delicate alternative in-keeping with this season's floral motif trend. A tiny flower necklace that can be layered with others or worn alone for the perfect touch of on-trend style. This necklace pairs nicely with other nature-inspired jewellery, like our Bee Necklace or Sun Medallion.

Autumn 2022 Jewellery Trend: Everyday Chains

This is a chain reaction you'll want to be a part of. Although oversized chain link necklaces are big this season; short chains and layered strands are another way to wear the trend. Barely-there chains will make a statement without overpowering your look. Style them together or wear alone. Either way you'll be on-trend and in-style.

Autumn 2022 Jewellery Trend: Chunky Rings

If you have a statement ring, perhaps an heirloom passed down through generations, now is the time to wear it. These pieces are perfect for a special occasion or night out, and can make an otherwise boring outfit really stand out. Although this trend for chunky rings is less wearable than delicate bands. We recommend stacking rings across each finger as an alternative on-trend style.


Sustainable Autumn Jewellery Trends 2022

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Written by Sophie Davies

Sophie is a freelance writer and full-time jeweller. She has been writing about simple living and sustainability for over ten years; exploring simple living, sustainable style, and slow travel. She writes for a variety of brands and publications as well as her personal blog, A Considered Life.

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