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Stay one step ahead of the SS16 trend by donning some bright techni-coloured statement designs from Anna Lou of London. Never has colour-block jewellery looked so chic. The vivid colour block trend is going to be huge next spring, think bright primary colours contrasted with black. Cubist-inspired block shapes layered head to toe and vivid colours contrasted with vibrant prints. A Picasso painting epitomised in fabric form. vivd colour

Colour block trend featured in Marie Claire 

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Starburst Bangle  Fan Bangle

Channel the vivid colour trend through your jewellery and accessories. Layer several of the Anna Lou of London chevron bangles on each wrist to pay homage to this fun and playful trend. Mix and match contrasting colours or mix with black and white bangles for a twist on the colour-block trend. To really rock this look throw in a couple of the fan and triangle acrylic bangles to experiment with materials and texture. 02achevron_ring_lightblue   For a marginally more wearable approach opt for a statement necklace in a bright and punchy shade. Layer several of these necklaces over a black or white dress and team with other colourful jewellery, such as the checkerboard bangle. Next year a chevron ring will be hitting Anna Lou HQ…here’s a sneak peak! Chevron-neon orangeChevron-pink

Chevron Bangle

You have to admire the attention to detail and bold-ness of this new and striking trend. It’ll be exciting to see how this diffuses into the British high street next season. Until then get your colour fix with these eye-catching vivid colour block pieces that can be yours truly at the click of a button. Can’t wait till next year? Treat yourself and your loved ones to one or several stacking bangles that look great layered on the wrists. With so many colours and styles of enamel bangle to choose from there’s bound to be one that belongs under your Christmas tree. Take your pick and have your take on the vivid colour block trend.

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