Spring is here and we’re loving these current trends
All white head-to-toe is trending, and we love it. Styling tricks to give this look a boost include mixing textures, layering, and using various shades of white to create a great look. White and ivory jewelry is an easy way to keep you rocking this trend all spring and summer long!
Yellow is also a big color to watch this spring and summer, along with other bold colors like hot pink and orange. Check out our wide range of bold colored pieces like the one’s below to keep you shining bright like a diamond!
Designers are playing with the positioning and placement of stripes to give a fresh take on this classic trend. Keep it classic with black and white stripes or go bold with multi-colored stripes and angles!
BLACK & WHITE
There’s a big reason why history tends to repeat itself with this trend. This spring designers took this classic look and gave it a twist with new patterns and silhouettes.
This trend gets a cooled-down effect this season with spring colors like pastel purples, mustard yellows, and bold blues.
This oldie but goodie is a spring staple that’s here to stay. This season designers updated the feminine floral prints by going with bold colors and the mindset, “the bigger, the better.”
Boho is back for another season, and that’s all right with us! Flowy maxi’s, printed chiffons, hippie prints, and flowers are just a few of the classic boho styles to hit the spring runways.
Fringe is in this season and we can’t get enough! Thinking of fringe from the ‘70s? Think again. This trend had a major upgrade and designers played with new colors and textures to modernize the look. Get your fringe on!
Written By: Alex Bozzi
NOTHING EVER TRULY GOES OUT OF STYLE.
The 1920s is when fashion entered the modern era. Women began to abandon restrictive fashions of previous decades and began wearing more comfortable and shorter styles. The “flapper” look was loose and shapeless with dresses that flattened women’s busts and hips. It was a period of youthful rebellion, raw energy and searing modernity that led to short hair and shorter hemlines.
Find jewelry inspired by the fashions of 1920’s at Wild Lilies Jewelry. Some of our favorites are our Vintage Fob Pearl Necklace, Rihanna Umbrella Ring, Eloise Earrings, Pendant Poise Necklace, City Lights Earrings.
The Wall Street Crash of 1929 kicked off the Great Depression, making Hollywood the general publics escape. The movies became the new glamorous medium for fashion because for many Americans, glamour was no longer attainable and fashion became serviceable and functional. Starlets in Hollywood became the source of inspiration for women and 1930s fashion was fueled by Hollywood star’s glamour. Elegant fabrics made their debut, as dresses were most often crafted of silk or satin and made to hug the body’s curves.
Utilitarian dressing took form in slacks and blazers worn by women, and uniforms became the norm in daily life. Yet the growing influence of glamorous Hollywood furthered the gap between the reality and fantasy of how women in the ‘40s should dress.
Many of the decade’s leading ladies, such as Ava Gardner (pictured below), sported clothing that cinched the waist and wore over-sized cocktail rings in their films and at parties! Pictured next to her is Grace Kelly, who elegantly shows off the cinched waste and broad shoulder look with simple studs and a chain link bracelet!
The 1950s fashion was regulated by three C’s—code, conformity, and consumerism. Women dressed for “wifely” roles and emphasis for fashion was on attractive housedresses and practicality. Cocktail dresses were a big trend and emphasized the natural appeal of a woman’s figure. There were two specific eras of style in the ‘50s decade. The early ‘50s trends centered on poodle skirts and modest blouses with oxford or Mary Jane shoes. The later ‘50s era emphasized hourglass shapes (hello Marilyn Monroe!) and glam!
The 1960s saw a number of diverse trends that mirrored the time’s social movements. First Lady Jackie Kennedy was a style icon in the early ‘60s and fashion model Twiggy majorly influenced the mod trends in the later ‘60s. Jackie Kennedy’s sense of style influenced short-jacketed suits and Twiggy influenced trends such as flat shoes and sleek androgynous lines.
The hippie trend carried over from the late 1960s to the early 1970s in the form of non-restrictive bohemian styles. Art and craft elements, such as tie-dye, were also extremely popular during the ‘70s era. Miniskirts of the ‘60s were replaced with shorts and tucked-in blouses, silk scarves, wooden heels and chunky jewelry. This was also the age of the disco! The famous Diane Von Furstenberg Wrap Dress became a staple for women going from work to a night out.
Ring Of Fire Necklace, Fuchsia Jewel Droplet Necklace, Adriana Circle Flower Earrings, Gold Hammer Metal Hoop Earrings, Gold Vertical Hammered Earrings, and Samantha Necklace encompass the spirit of 1970s fashion.
The mindset of the ‘80s was the bigger, the better. It was a melting pot of personal styles and many combinations of different trends to achieve one’s own look. Big hair, bold makeup, stacks of metal jewelry and pearls, and bright colors were all major trends in the 1980s. The creation of MTV had a major impact with the relationship between fashion and music. American teens were able to see how their favorite celebrities and musicians dressed and could replicate those looks in their own way.
Get edgy with pieces similar to the ones donned by Madonna, we love our Chain Of Command Necklace, High Priestess Necklace, Bermuda Triangle Earrings, High On Rebellion Bracelet, Chain Of Fools Bracelet, Taylor Metal Mesh Earrings.
The punk style popularized in the ‘80s carried over into the ‘90s and morphed into the grunge style. Grunge brought a simple, unkempt look to mainstream fashion in the 1990s. The minimalist aesthetic contrasted the elaborate and flashy styles of the ‘80s. The rising world of hip-hop also became a big influence in ‘90s fashion, inspiring many different trends. Preppy clothing became popular with looks from designer Tommy Hilfiger, whose all-American look dominated stores. The ‘90s was a time where women could chose their look, no matter what category it fell under, and feel empowered by their style.
Find 90s inspired jewel on our website like Trades Of The East Black Santana Bracelet, Gianna Wrap Bracelet, Time of Seasons Necklace, Happy Face Stud Earrings, Peace Sign Tattoo Choker Necklace and Insight Evil Eye Tattoo Choker Necklace.
Written by: Alex Bozzi
Druzy jewelry are total showstopping accessories.
If you want to be noticed, these eye catching, crystal-covered rocks are sure to do the trick.
Druzy jewelry looks natural with a rough face, are lightweight, and softly sparkle for just the right amount of bling.
Tiny quartz crystals form on the surface or within the cavities of other rocks. Like a geode, such crystals often form on the inside of a stand-alone stone. When cracked open, a geode reveals crystals on the inside. When the crystals are small, and look like a coating of glittering stardust, it’s called druzy.
Druzy crystals have a POSITIVE IMPACT on its wearer.
Spiritual & Healing Properties
∴ Calms & Soothes A Tensed Mind
∴ Brings Light, Joy & Harmony
∴ Enhances & Empowers Positive Energy
∴ Stabilizes The Aura
∴ Helps With Meditation
Wild Lilies Jewelry has a wide selection of druzy jewelry under $50.00
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Who doesn’t love dressing up and looking fabulous? The stars shined bright and dazzled us during this year’s Golden Globes. See some of our favorite Golden Globes looks and Wild Lilies Jewelry that is inspired by or a dead match to these iconic collections!
Emilia Clarke’s Golden Globes 2014 Look:
Emilia went for a bold look stacking 3 gold bangles onto her wrist.
Check out Wild Lilies Gold As It Gets Coil Bracelet for seemingly identical look!
Shop Wild Lilies Gold As It Gets Bangle here.
Elizabeth Moss’s Golden Globes 2014 Look:
Elizabeth’s gold triangle earrings were the perfect pairing to her edgy laser cut leather mullet dress.
Check out Wild Lilies similar triangle earring styles.
Shop Wild Lilies Alexa Scratch Surface Geometric Casting Drop Earrings here.
Shop Wild Lilies Chantal Lace Casting Square Drop Earrings (also available in silver) here.
Shop Wild LIlies Swanky Gold & Swarovski Crystal Triangle Earrings (also available in silver) here.
Naomi Watt’s looked like a true hollywood royalty. We love her glamorous bauble statement necklace.
For a similar look check out Wild Lilies Holly Golightly Necklace.
Shop Wild Lilies Holly Golightly Necklace here.
HOW TO LOOK LIKE A KNOCK OUT THIS VALENTINE’S DAY
Whether your going out for a night on the town, getting the D’s: Dancing, Dinner and Drinks in a sexy Little Black Dress or staying in with your special someone eating a nice home cooked meal (or in my case take-out) and cuddle up next to the fire watching a rom-com – here are a few tips on how to look like a total knock out!
WEARING RED will make your date’s heart skip a beat and take their breathe away – quite literally! Red is the most emotionally intense color! Seeing the color red can make a person’s heart beat and breathing faster. Red is the color of LOVE!
WEAR PINK to show off your femininity. Pairing a cute cocktail dress with pink accessories is a great way to add an extra ounce of sexiness and romance to your look!
Add a touch of whimsy to your outfit by accessorizing with LOVE CHARM necklaces and bracelets (as featured).