Trend of the Week: Earrings, bracelets, bangles and cuffs

Prepare to set your inner magpie free, says Annemarie O'Connor.

STYLE NOTES

PARTY ON

Dangly, sparkly, disco-worthy earrings remain hot on the fashion radar. The memo? Bigger is better, so go hard or go home.

PICK ‘N’ MIX

Up your fashion game by losing the set and match. Asymmetry continues to trend with odd earring pairings and clashing accessory combos as standard.

ART ATTACK

Wearable art is the buzzword in baubles from big breastplates to sculpural earings fusing avant-garde designs with equally novel materials.

STACK ‘EM HIGH

Bracelets, bangles, cuffs - oh, my! In keeping with the 'more is more' rule, one is never enough. Arm candy is sweetest when displayed high over sleeve cuffs or bare limbs.

THE EDIT

Adorn yourself with our ornamental edit.

STOCKISTS

& Other Stories – www.stories.com

Blaithin Ennis – 087-7676026; www.blaithinennis.com

Brown Thomas – Patrick Street 021-4805555; www.brownthomas.com

H&M – Opera Lane 021-4278086; www.hm.ie

Loulerie – Chatham St 01- 6724024; www.loulerie.com

Mango – Henry St 01-8788008; www.mango.com

River Island – Opera Lane 021-4278460; www.riverisland.com

Stella and Dot – www.stelladot.eu

The Outnet – www.theoutnet.com

Topshop – Opera Lane 021-4278268; www.topshop.com

Uterqüe – www.uterque.com

Zara – Mahon Point SC 021-4972320; www.zara.com


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