Jewelry Tips for Any Season

With every new season, your wardrobe goes through changes and it's important that you remember to update the look of your jewelry as well. We've put together some useful tips that will help you to decide what type of accessories look best, and in which season they should be worn.

For spring: It's all about freshness, new life, Easter egg pastel colors and delicate designs. The jewelry that works best in spring include designs of sterling silver inspired by nature. For example, butterfly pendants and teardrop earrings are very beautiful and versatile. Cut out florals in the form of metal bangles or matching jewelry sets are feminine and innocent, while mini printed florals also look great.
Butterfly jewelry
For summer: The styles are lightweight, fun and inspired by the colors of the ocean and sky. Everyone has vacation on the mind, so this is your chance to explore worldly textures and materials. Try layering long bright beaded necklaces with sterling silver chains for a bohemian vibe. Or, add pops of color into your wardrobe with coral and turquoise colored natural stones in the form of earrings or necklaces. With summer jewelry, it's important to remember to shy away from heaviness and keep things youthful and lighthearted.
Turquoise Stretch Bracelet
For fall: The colors of fall are warm and rich, with deep burgundies and browns dominating the palette for this season. Jewelry should compliment the necklines of turtlenecks and sweaters. Classic pieces such as sterling silver tag bracelets, pearls and statement cocktail rings are a good bet.
Pink Elephant Cocktail Ring
For winter: The winter months bring snow and cooler weather but for jewelry, there's a focus on sparkle, glamour and glitz. Don't be afraid to go all out for your holiday party and wear a cascading rhinestone necklace, bracelet, or earrings. This is your chance to dress up, have fun and pull out the special items you've been saving in the back your jewelry box.
Turquoise and Rhinestone Cuff Bracelet

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