Pandora !!! I'm so over it ... Really sick of it
I collected a full gold bracelet, two tone and a couple of silvers ... I never wear them now
It's something I was obsessed with for about 2 years and it just got boring
It doesn't help how many people wear it, it's extreamly common (in silver at least)
I ended up with a complete all gold bracelet and it just didn't do anything for me
I sold some of my gold... I only have the all gold bracelet , safety chain and 2 charms for it now and I kept my 2 tone for sentimental reasons but don't wear it. I plan to sell everything eventually
Really is the most ridiculous thing I've ever done I wasted so much money on this craze which did nothing for me in the end
No offence to anyone who loves it this is just my story
It didn't help that everyone I speak to about it is so bitter and jealous everyone competes with it and I just got bored with it the jewelry and the people
For me it's the vca alhambra and cartier love/trinity. i cannot justify paying 5-10X the material cost for what appear to be very simple designs; not to mention that the workmanship of these 2 houses have significantly weakened as they became more mass market in the last several years.
I would however continue to collect vintage cartier (specifically the art deco period).
I wouldn't call it a trend or a craze because I think it's beautiful and timeless, but I have not been able to talk myself into rose gold. I don't think it complements my particular skin tone, and it doesn't sit well in my brain that it contains a significant percentage of copper.
Oh, and silk cord bracelets. I love them on others but have not been tempted to buy any for myself.
I hate to write this, as I have spent so much money on my Love cuff and bangle, but I'm over those now and rarely wear them. I see them too often now, and they don't seem as special or edgy to me anymore. I would still love to buy the Juste un Clou bracelet, though!
Anything trendy in jewelry. Of course, one could argue that the classic styles had to be trendy at one time!
Rose gold: pretty, but looks AWFUL on me. I'm a pale redhead. You can't even see it on my skin, at least a delicate chain.
Past, Present, and Future pendants. I think these have been waning for some time now, though.
I never do trendy with anything--I'm just a boring old bat. If I do like something, I'll wear it (at least with jewelry). I do this often with antique pieces--I figure, if they're pretty, who cares if they are in vogue?