Yes, yes and again, yes! An absolute must-have of the season, which all trendsetters confess their love to - from rap singer Cardi B to model Kendall Jenner. It is worn both at parties with a mini dress and during the day with a cropped top and a tracksuit (as, in fact, Paris bequeathed to us). Moreover, the brighter and bolder such a decoration shines, the better.
Following the example of the queen of glamor, you can combine a shiny short necklace with thin but voluminous hoop earrings, but then the image will turn out to be quite artistic and it is better to leave it for a trip to a trendy nightclub (fortunately, now many of them work again until the morning).
Hearts and stars
The undoubted trend of the early XNUMXs is jewelry in the form of large stars, hearts, crowns and even dollar signs. Ideally lined with diamonds, at worst with Swarovski crystals. The golden youth demanded ostentatious luxury and its attendant elements: money, fame, sexuality, and endless entertainment. Therefore, the simpler and clearer the design of your jewelry, the better.
Now this commandment is returning to fashion in the form of logomania (those around you should immediately understand what brand of clothes you wear), large stones and rhinestones that imitate jewelry, and infantile adornments "for real princesses", which seem to hint at something touchingly vicious in the style of Lolita.
Paris Hilton not only loved pink, she made it almost the main shade of the generation. Perhaps so skillfully combining in one outfit the entire spectrum of shades from fuchsia to pastel is a real talent. And, of course, the watch was no exception. In addition, wearing a wrist accessory to match the clothes was already a trend in itself. Which, by the way, is actively breaking into the "fashion charts" today.
Don't be afraid of the bright strap! In fact, a watch like this can be worn with almost anything, from cozy cashmere and knitwear to evening pantsuits. The noughties are long gone, and the pink accessory on a thin woman's wrist still looks appropriate and cute.
Well, how can you forget this all-consuming trend, because decorative crosses of various sizes were worn by all the stars of the XNUMXs: from young Jennifer Aniston to the rising socialite Kim Kardashian. Of course, Paris (arm in arm with her sister Nikki Hilton) was ahead of the rest of the world here too: on the Internet you can find pictures where not one, but two impressive crosses decorated with multi-colored stones flaunts on her chest.
Overdoing, of course, is not worth it, but long chains with pendants in the form of shiny crosses (hardly having anything in common with a religious attribute) can be quite affordable. We wear them with flying blouses with open shoulders, silk shirts and feminine corset tops, reminiscent of eras more ancient than the barely died off zero.
Rhinestones, a lot of rhinestones
Perhaps it shouldn't be worth talking about - everything is clear from the photos above - however ... How can you describe the glamorous style of the XNUMXs and not mention such a win-win decor element as rhinestones! Sparkling and iridescent rhinestones were everywhere: from the tiaras that Paris wore on numerous occasions at social events, to plentiful rings and wide bracelets.
Rhinestones, crystals and anything that shines brightly and resembles diamonds are the perfect homage to the carefree and flirty zero. And this season there is no need to be afraid of glitter. Stylists advise to combine deliberately catchy jewelry with the most calm, even neutral clothing items: black oversized jackets, voluminous dresses and even sports items, for example, oversized hoodies.