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The most beautiful jewellery trends from Bikini Berlin

We’re currently in the full throes of autumn, my second favourite season, because I love the transition after the hot summer months: when the leaves gradually start changing colour, that icy crispness in the air, putting the heating on for the first time, getting cosy and snug and having the perfect excuse to sort out my wardrobe! Time for new favourite pieces and cool autumnal trends. And because I can’t get enough, I set off on a search around Bikini Berlin for more fantastic favourite pieces and fashions – this time in the jewellery category…


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Marie & Leni – Glitter Everywhere
 
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Delicate jewellery & chunky knitwear

My autumn wardrobe is all about contrasts: feminine lace fabrics in combination with layering and androgynous cuts, pleated skirts paired with chunky knit cardigans and thin fishnet tights with robust boots. And I love experimenting with contrasts when it comes to my accessories too.
 
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As soon as it’s time to dig out my thick knitted jumpers from the back of the wardrobe, I prefer to opt for dainty items of jewellery like filigree necklaces and thin rings with small motifs – for me, less is definitely more! At Studio183, for example, I discovered a few great rings with playful details and gorgeous earrings by Thonyn Zack.

 
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The layered look 

If you though layering only worked with clothing, you need to think again! Up to now I’ve only worn body chains in summer under short tops and loose blouses, but they look just as good over thin turtleneck tops and soft knitted sweaters. These filigree, interlaced chains seem to caress the soft fabric of the pullover, creating a layering look with a twist.
 
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And that’s precisely what I love so much about autumn: styling accessories in new ways and putting together out-of-the-ordinary combinations! I also found the body chains by Ariane Truisi at the Studio183 Concept Gallery.