Get Your Punk On: Punk Jewellery & Edgy Accessories
The punk movement was all about rebellion, individuality, and expressing oneself in a unique way. Punk fashion has been around since the 1970s, and it continues to be popular today. Known for its edgy, bold, and often unconventional style, these influences are heavy on the jewellery trends of this year.
Chunky Chains and Necklaces
These bold pieces are often made from silver or gold and feature large, oversized links. They can be worn alone as a statement piece or layered with other necklaces for a more eclectic look and can also include charms and other embellishments to further stylistic expression.
Spikes and Studs
Spikes and studs have long been a staple of punk fashion, and they are still going strong in 2023. From earrings to bracelets and everything in between, spikes and studs are a great way to add some edge to your look. Look for pieces with pyramid studs or spikes in metallic colours like silver, gold, or black.
Statement earrings are all the rage. Think oversized hoops, chandelier-style earrings, and long, dangling earrings. These bold earrings can be paired with a simple outfit for a pop of punk rock flair. Look for pieces with geometric shapes or bold colours to really make a statement.
Layered bracelets are a great way to add some flair to your look. Mix and match different styles of bracelets to create a unique and expressive look. Pieces with leather, spikes, or studs can really amp up the punk factor.
Chokers have been popular for a several years now, and they are still going strong. Traditional punk chokers tended to incorporate metal studs and spikes with leather. Now chokers come in a huge variety from styles, including chain links, gemstone embellishments or charms. Layering longer necklaces with chokers is a great way to create drama and depth to any look.
In conclusion, punk jewellery is all about expressing yourself in a unique and unapologetic way. There are plenty of ways to incorporate a punk rock flair into your look whatever your style.