Clickety-clack, chunky wooden wares are back, in shapes both architectural and organic. The preferred finish is multi-tonal with a slight varnish.
Ports 1961 by Tia Cibani, $675, 970-594-4893. Kenneth Jay Lane wooden bracelet, $45, and necklace, $95, 877-953-5264.
Pastel metallics and opalescent jewelry are muted enough to qualify as neutrals. Pair them with everything in your closet.
Nine West polyvinyl clutch, $59, 800-999-1877 for stores. Sequin shell necklace with glass beads and semiprecious stones, $350, 212-308-7463.
Real or faux, reptile’s the way to go. Feel free to mix and match.
Coach printed leather sandals, $218, 866-262-2440. Burberry silk and raffia hat, $295, burberry.com. Kenneth Jay Lane resin bangle, $45, 877-953-5264
To make the leather-feather trend age appropriate, opt for luxe detailing like braids and stitching.
Cynthia Vincent leather sandals (left), $275, lordandtaylor.com. Tory Burch leather sandals, $295, toryburch.com. Subversive Jewelry by Justin Giunta feather and resin bead necklace, $1,400, subversivejewelry.com.
Look out for small, wing-inspired details, a subtle homage to the season’s in-sect.
Christian Louboutin leather tote, $1,695, christianlouboutin.com. Stephen Dweck stone and silver necklace, price on request, stephendweck.com.
Winter’s statement-necklace trend is still red-hot. To carry the look into warmer weather, go for translucent stones that let the sun shine through.
Bottega Veneta amber necklace, $4,750, bottegaveneta.com