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Young and trendy: Kid's jewellery in 2016

The range of baby and children’s jewellery available in the market continues to expand, so what are the trends for this year?

Baby, children and teen jewellery is fast becoming a cemented category within the industry.

With suppliers’ junior collections now moving beyond simple ID bracelets and brooches, the jewellery market for children is increasing with an abundance of options. 

Traditional gift opportunities, such as christenings and birthdays, are also no longer the only time families and friends splash out on adornments. What’s more, children of all ages are having a bigger part in deciding who and what jewellery pieces they wear than ever before. Consider all of this and it becomes clear as to why the sector is evolving.

The competition is increasing across the Australian and New Zealand market, with the local distributor for stackable charm bangle brand Chrysalis announcing the introduction of a children’s range in late in 2015. The supplier joins the likes of Disney Couture, Paterson Fine Jewellery and Twin Plaza Metals, which all offer collections for kids. 

With more suppliers heading into this category, let’s take a look at what local and international suppliers have in store for the children’s jewellery market in 2016.

 

Necklaces and pendants

With neck adornments for children, simple is best.

Chrysalis
Chrysalis
Chrysalis
Chrysalis
Disney Couture
Disney Couture

Disney Couture
Disney Couture
Tiny Treasures
Tiny Treasures
Tiny Treasures
Tiny Treasures

Twin Plaza Metals
Twin Plaza Metals
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora

D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds

 

Bracelets and bangles

Similar to women’s ranges, the arm candy supplied for the young include bangles, bead and chain bracelets. Colour and charms act as playful additions to some of the pieces.

Tiny Treasures
Tiny Treasures
Tiny Treasures
Tiny Treasures
Disney Couture
Disney Couture

Disney Couture
Disney Couture
Chrysalis
Chrysalis
Chrysalis
Chrysalis

Paterson Fine Jewellery
Paterson Fine Jewellery
Paterson Fine Jewellery
Paterson Fine Jewellery
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds

D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora

 

Rings

Smaller in size doesn’t mean a loss in style. Rings are again simple but with a youthful design edge.

Paterson Fine Jewellery
Paterson Fine Jewellery
Paterson Fine Jewellery
Paterson Fine Jewellery
Paterson Fine Jewellery
Paterson Fine Jewellery

Pandora
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora

 

Earrings

Studs and smaller drop earrings seem to be the go-to looks. Motifs such as animal mythology, flowers and ribbons offer an extra special touch.

Tiny Treasures
Tiny Treasures
Tiny Treasures
Tiny Treasures
Paterson Fine Jewellery
Paterson Fine Jewellery

Paterson Fine Jewellery
Paterson Fine Jewellery
Paterson Fine Jewellery
Paterson Fine Jewellery
Disney Couture
Disney Couture

D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds

Pandora
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora

 

Charms

For these types of adornments, Pandora is naturally one of the leaders in the category.

Pandora
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora
Pandora

 

Jewellery for boys

International children’s jewellery offering D For Diamonds has a range that encompasses sterling silver and small diamond accents.

D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds

D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds
D For Diamonds

 

More reading
Children's jewellery on the rise
Kids jewellery: are you ignoring the trend?
Chrysalis targets new jewellery category

 




















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