Lush looks with blooming detail from the runway inspire the season’s top accents

This season, round out your wardrobe with crisp accessories that channel the blooming styles seen on the Fall/Winter 2016 Swarovski Collective runways. Chosen every season for their promise in the realm of fashion design, Swarovski Collective supports a series of designers with financial and crystal material support. This season, the dark romance of summer florals took on new dimension this fall with designer’s odes to secret gardens highlighting a botanic trend seen from pantsuits to pendants.

Collections bursting with colors such as eggplant, set with blossoming details that play against rich, heady tones pave the way for this season’s hottest accessories. Florals move beyond mere decoration and into storytelling; Alexander Lewis’s collection hints at the themes of emergence, transformation, an inward bloom independent of the season.

Choose jewelry that embraces the rich jewel tones usually reserved for summer to get the same palette in your accessories. Bring the delicacy of florals without going for all-out blooms with Swarovski’s Cosmic Ring, whose petal-like crystals offer a subtle reinterpretation of the botanic trend seen in Peter Pilotto’s vine-work. Pops of color such as verdant greens and rosy pinks set against an outfit with floral detailing carry the natural insouciance down to the wrist. Channel the modern take with the edgy Atelier Swarovski Core Collection Kalix Pendant for a high-glam, low maintenance approach. Whether all-out florals or a more subtle approach, the botanic theme is a perfect way to bring life to your wardrobe this season.

Discover more trends from Swarovski Collective’s Spring/Summer 2017 runways at

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