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2014 Jewellery & Watch Trends

Jump into the blue this year with all shades and hues playing a prominent role in the design palette for Spring Summer 2014. Its not just for the girls either as blue features heavily on the men's catwalk . Watches reflect this trend and feature vibrant blue dials, whilst jewellery is embellished with deep blue lapis lazuli.

L to R: Michael Kors watch, Ralph Lauren catwalk, Michael Kors Jewellery SS 2014, Monica Vinader Siren Ring, Sandra Bullock rocks the cobalt blue trend.

L to R: Mens watches from Tissot & TW Steel, Canali Mens SS2014 catwalk, Mulberry, Monica Vinader Bracelet, Kranz & Ziegler wrap bracelet.

The 2013 trend for oversize 'boyfriend' watches continues into 2014. Layering them with jewellery gives your masculine watch a feminine edge.  Michael Kors continues to successfully explore this trend and has used pink gold finishes and stone set bezels to add extra glamour.

L to R: Image via Pinterest, Michael Kors watch.

L to R: Michael Kors watch, Image via Pinterest.

L to R: Images via Pinterest.

2014 will see the much anticipated release of the film Fifty Shades of Grey the fetish trend will be echoed in fashion and jewellery which playfully celebrates the erotic side of life. Think corsets, body chains, cuffs, tactile materials and lashings of leather!

L to R: Dolce & Gabbana corset, Betony Vernon Ring, Tie Me Up Bracelet.

L to R: Armour Body Chains, Betony Vernon Ring and Collar by Anticeptic.

L to R: Betony Vernon Jewellery, Ligia Dias Bracelet and Armor Toro Body Chain.

For 2014 not everything has to be perfect, there is a celebration of the beauty found in natural imperfections. Stones are not highly polished, symmetrical and precision cut but used in their natural form to create unique jewellery that embraces the flaws.

L to R: Jewellery by Decadorn.

L to R: Rings by Decadorn, Ring by Cosa Fine Jewellery.

L to R: Rings by Bjorg, Uncut crystal pendants by Unearthen.