The Fun Face Jewellery Trend To Add To Your Wishlist


Certain trends come and go - some are quicker to go, but the abstract face jewellery trend is similar to snakeskin or houndstooth print: it never really goes out of style.

From Picasso-esque companions for your ears in multiple colours, to silver or gold hardware Matisse inspired silhouettes, face jewellery is currently having a moment.

So now’s the time to decorate your face (and neck) with accessories that resemble... your face.

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This trend is not just a hipster one you’ll find at the back of Depop. Everyone from DIY Etsy sellers to luxury jewellery designers are creating face jewellery in numerous ways.

London based jewellery designer Aligieri creates a collection based on Dante Alighieri’s ‘Divine Comedy’; each piece is a translation of one of the poet’s 100 poems.

The Persisting Memories Charm Necklace is part of ‘The Lost Dreamer Collection’, where “the line between reality and dreaming is blurred”.

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And if it’s not just jewellery which resembles one’s expression that’s available, a clean body outline can be added to join the shiny party.

We recommend this one by Anita Berisha.

An independent jewellery designer based in Bristol, RAEHANA JAFFER creates handcrafted abstract earrings. Another one added to the wish list.

Or if you’re looking for something more simple, Mango have created earrings in silver and red or blue and gold.

Scroll down to see our picks of the face jewellery to adorn yourself in this season.

What’s jewellery for, if not to start a conversation?

Handmade Line Portrait Gold Face Art Earrings
Best Friend Cuff
susan alexandra
£124.70, Susan Alexandra.
Face Charms
£1.86 - £2.30, Tiny Chest, Etsy.
The Persisting Memories Charm Necklace
£950, Alighieri.
Femme Earrings
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£67, Anita Berisha, Tictail.
Face Earrings, £12.99, Mango.

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