Showing off or just being trendy? Oversized gold jewellery is now fashionable


Go big or go home. Discreet jewellery pieces are no longer the most fashionably in-demand, as bolder, shinier and more exuberant designs take the lead. Photo: Chanel

Seen on the runways of numerous major designer labels during the Autumn/Winter 2020 shows, oversized jewellery seems to have won over legions of fashion fans from across the world.

According to the latest report from the global fashion search platform Lyst, searches for chunky gold necklaces increased by 113% over the last 12 months, a clear indication that blingy styles are back.

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