DIY | Colour trends autumn winter 2018

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farvetrends vinter 2018 smykker

In this blog post Smyks‘ jewellery designers Charlotte and Anne present an overview over the latest colours in fashion:

In this autumn and winter season you can choose between many vibrant and complementary colours – unlike the years before – and there is a feeling that the mood of a wonderful and warm summer will continue way into the winter months. In this article we show you four examples of how you can combine the fashionable colours. Let them inspire you to make your own individual jewellery!

One of the dominating colours of the palette is purple – from delicate lilac to bold violet. The world-renowned colour system Pantone has in fact proclaimed ultraviolet as the colour of the year 2018.

Red is another vibrant colour and the shades vary from the classic autumn colour bordeaux to pale pink.
All nuances of green – moss-green, bottle-green, emerald, pistachio …. – nearly all of them are in vogue.

 

DIY Bohemian Earrings

boheme øreringe med vedhæng

For these earrings we used the following materials:

You can find the instructions for these Bohemian earrings and more inspirational examples in our blog post on Bohemian Jewellery.

 

DIY Bracelet with Tila Beads

vævet armbånd med tila beads og delica perler

For this bracelet we have used the following materials:

You can find the instructions for this woven bracelet earrings and more inspirational examples in our blog post on Bacelets with Tila Beads.

 

DIY Peyote Earrings

øreringe med peyote stitch og ørekæde

For these earrings we have used the following materials:

You can find the instructions for these Peyote stitch earrings and more inspirational examples in our blog post on Peyote Jewellery.

 

DIY Rings with Half-Drilled Gemstones

fingerringe med anborede halvædelsten

For these rings we have used the following materials:

You can find the instructions for these rings with half-drilled gemstone beads and more inspirational examples in our blog post on Rings with Semi-Precious Stones.

Have fun playing with colour combinations and making your own jewellery!


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