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Latest Fashion Jewellery Trends

Trends are always changing, especially when it comes to fashion jewellery. The latest styles are all about getting noticed. The following is a quick overview of the types of rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets that are fashionable right now.


The new twist on rings is using different shapes rather than the conventional circle. Of course, the inner part of the ring is still round for a comfortable fit, but the outside of the ring can be square shaped, ball shaped, or even in the shape of a rose. Resin rings are in style right now, and the brighter the colour, the better.

bangle Necklaces

Some of the latest fashion necklaces are a modern twist on classic styles. For women who want a necklace that is not too flashy, they can opt for a silver chain with a silver charm and semiprecious stone attached. For women who want to get noticed, however, there is a wide array of necklaces with chunky beads to choose from, whether you want a necklace made of resin beads or semiprecious stones.


The trend with earrings today is a splash of colour. Earrings are not typically known for being a beach-friendly type of jewellery, but when they are done up in many colours, they are the perfect accent to any summer outfit. Stylish options include dangling cube earrings, square earrings on a post, or hoop earrings.

Bracelets / Bangles

The latest fashion jewellery seems to follow the trend that bigger is better, and Coco Lush fashion consultant says ‘today’s fashion bracelets reflect that on going trend’. There are several types to choose from, including bangles and elasticated bracelets. Many modern twists have been applied to fashion bracelets lately; some bangles are square-shaped rather than round, and beaded bracelets incorporate a variety of shapes, textures, and colours for an exotic look.

As a final note, the great advantage to these fashion jewellery trends is that women with sensitive skin who react to certain types of metals can still accessorize because many of these pieces are made from resin. On necklaces, women with sensitive skin can opt for a pendant necklace made from string or rope rather than from silver or gold.

Big bracelets, rings, and detailed necklaces have been in style recently. An added benefit to the latest fashions is that even women who shy away from jewellery due to sensitive skin can still enjoy the latest jewellery fashions.

Is Internet Marketing an Art or Science?

Many a people over the years have pondered over whether many skills/subjects are an art or a science, but what niche does marketing fall in?

There are different types of marketing around the internet on-line arena – some demand creativity like graphic design which eludes the science tag really and lends itself very much to art. First you need an idea, something fresh and original that relates your brand to your customers.  It’s crucial to be creative with your slogans, although not too clever or convoluted – that can sometimes just leave your subject confused and bewildered by your message.


If you’ve ever been to the modern art exhibition in London South Bank, you may have wondered if some of their pieces are actually deserve the label  ’art’ or not. Piling a load of bean cans on top of each other in my book is not art. Am I dissing ‘modern art’ as being true art at all? Maybe, but back to the point in question, does art ever cross over to science? How can this be defined? Is it too complex to be answered in such a way?

Some areas of marketing like web optimisation are most definitely a science. Search engine algorithms are defined and work to a rule of thumb , a set of layered rules that ascertain what a website is about.  A website is made up of pictures, but underneath it’s a complex black hole of CSS, html, title tags and Java script to name a few. The art of doing search engine optimisation is truly a science. Why? Science can be defined in terms of experimental investigation, observation, identification of a phenomena.  Who can argue that the internet is a phenomena, and its make up and its for ever perpetual changing and evolving into something new. Consultants and SEO Services UK companies are continually testing and deriving their conclusions from SEO testing and development projects – looking for patterns in Google’s algorithm with the ultimate aim of revealing how it decides to place a website at the ultimate number one position.  Only a few select people know the exact ingredients to the magic set of rules and idiosyncratic way in which it decides to rule over the millions of websites like a God and the kings of the earth.  SEO is undoubtedly a science. I fear not any one would argue this point, any good SEO Consultant would agree!

So as easy as it maybe to conclude that 2 +2 is 4, I am forever perplexed by the answer to the aforementioned question. Any help or guidance would be favourably received, so please feel free to put in your two penn’th!  If you decide to contribute to this discussion, please take into consideration my lack of courtesy for long winded, protracted, ambiguous, impertinent, superfluous and extraneous sentences.