Fun Ways To Accentuate Jewelry With Your Dress

Fun Ways To Accentuate Jewelry With Your Dress

Are you having trouble figuring out how to accentuate your jewelry with your dress? Even though many know what they like, some have a difficult time finding the right jewelry for the occasion. Hopefully this article will give you some insight into accentuating your jewelry with your attire.   Here are some tips to help you in the right direction.      Your accessory matches the occasion.   Using dangling jewelry doesn’t match all types of dress and occasion. If for instance, you are dressing for work, you might want to consider not using bangles and hanging bracelets. When attending church, don’t use the jewelry you would use at a club. Make sure to consider where you’re going, what you will be doing, and how the jewelry suits the occasion.       Simple jewelry goes hand-in-hand.   Consider using bracelets, watches, and earrings instead of showy jewelry. Even if you consider the material of your outfit, jewelry can come off just as tacky like busy prints.      Using statement earrings.   If you want to emphasize your face, grab a pair of statement earrings. A flashy and glittery earrings that could highlight your eyes. In doing this, consider also the shape of your face and which pair will do the most to bring out the facial differences that make you.        Compliment your skin tone with your jewelry.   Your jewelry shouldn’t just go with your outfit. Accessorize your outfit with your skin tone and jewelry. Cooler skin tones go well with red, blue, and purple as well as for white gold. On the other hand, for people with warmer skin...
Best Accessories At Golden Globes 2018

Best Accessories At Golden Globes 2018

There’s no disputing that the most-talked about, most monumental fashion trend of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards was the preponderance of black dresses. But perhaps because the red carpet had transformed into a sea of black, the accessories when worn stood out exponentially. Even the most delicate of diamond necklaces was statement-making.   Here are the most unforgettable accessory moments that deserve a second glance: Alison Brie. A low-cut sweetheart neckline gave way to a startling Bulgari necklace. Tracee Elis Ross. The Black-ish star topped off her black dress with a matching silky black turban, likely to draw even more attention to the Time’s Up movement. Sarah Jessica Parker. The Divorce star’s Dolce & Gabbana dress featured a ribboned belt with an ornate diamond waist brooch, and if it wasn’t making a bold enough statement on its own, she paired it with a Time’s Up pin. Issa Rae. What better way to draw more attention to the Insecure star’s plunging neckline than with this geometric Lorraine Schwartz necklace? Jesica Biel. These Bulgari diamond danglers were a true showstopper. Allison Williams. This choker-style diamond necklace by Forevermark Diamonds lit up the star’s entire face. Viola Davis. No one’s neck glittered like that of Viola Davis, whose necklace of more than seven strands of Harry Winston diamonds took center stage. Dakota JOhnson. The Gucci belt buckle stood out atop the star’s simple black gown. She wore Nirav Modi jewels. Angelina Jolie. On any other dress, the star’s simple diamond teardrop earrings by Forevermark Diamonds would seem plain, but they truly brighten her all-black look. Kerry Washington. The Scandal star’s flowery Roger...
The Season’s Most Stunning Jewelry

The Season’s Most Stunning Jewelry

We are often asked about the season’s most stunning jewelry. Here are a few of the season’s most stunning jewelry. CORAL PENDANT, MIKIMOTO From Mikimoto’s high jewellery collection, the great ocean is revealed in stark extravagance. Precious stones are partially hidden in a fantasy work of diamond-embellished corals, stunningly recoiling around opals, diamonds and pearls. Iridescent and superbly crafted, the pendant is set in 18K White Gold with a coral of opal, spinel, tourmaline, diamond and of course, a white south sea cultured pearl. PRAISE TO NATURE, MIKIMOTO From the treasures of its high jewellery collection comes a “Praise to Nature”, unveiling a re-imagination of the sea. A dazzling amalgamation of pearls, sapphires, diamonds and a stunningly rare 54 carat aquamarine, find the necklace set in 18K White Gold. A white south sea cultured pearl and akoya cultured pearl are undoubtedly the stars of this aptly named homage to nature. HIMALIA NECKLACE, CARTIER The 18K white gold Himalia necklace glistens with 0.25 carat worth of 14 brilliant-cut diamonds. Clean lines are elevated with a generous ounce of glamour, but the highlight remains the rare and exotic Tahitian pearl in its signature dark hue. A perfect choice for the one who like simplicity with an edge. HIMALIA EARRINGS, CARTIER Part of the Himalia collection, these stunning 18K white gold earrings are each set with a stunning freshwater pearl, glistening amid some 12 brilliant-cut diamonds totalling 0.21 carat. An understated option for the classic woman. JARDIN DES DÉLICES RING, VAN CLEEF & ARPELS From the Les Jardin collection comes this stunning ring, elevating the simple pearl with Van Cleef & Arpels’...
Different Types and Colors of Gold

Different Types and Colors of Gold

What Is Gold?   Gold is a soft, yellow metal. Like all other metals, gold is also highly malleable and ductile. Moreover, gold is able to conduct both electricity and heat rather easily. Our chemical symbol for gold, au comes from the Latin word “aurum”.   Gold is a member of the transition metals and sits in the same periodic table column as silver and copper. The group that gold can be found in is often termed the ‘coinage metal’ group since its members are frequently used to produce money. Gold is, in fact, one of the first metals known to man with its origin being dated back to 3400 BCE by the Egyptians.   Brief History of Gold   The earliest evidence of gold comes from 3,600 BC. By about 600 BC people were making gold coins. People have always plundered gold from other nations. The Vikings plundered monasteries in Europe of gold and jewels. The Aztecs and the Incas also had gold – until they were conquered by the Spanish. The New World provided Spain with huge amounts of treasure. In the 16th century 150,000 kilograms of gold and 7.4 million kilograms of silver were shipped to Spain. In England in the mid 17th century people sometimes deposited their money with goldsmiths for safety. The goldsmith’s issued a note promising to pay the bearer a certain sum on demand. In time people began to exchange these notes instead of coins because it was easier and safer. Goldsmiths began to lend the money deposited with them in return for a high rate of interest. They also paid interest...
Gucci Transitions Its Fine Jewelry Line

Gucci Transitions Its Fine Jewelry Line

What Is Gucci? It is an Italian luxury brand of fashion and leather goods, timepieces, jewelry and more. Part of the Gucci Group, Gucci generated about €4.2 billion in revenue worldwide in 2008 according to BusinessWeek and climbed to 41st position in the magazine’s annual 2009 “Top Global 100 Brands” chart and it retained that rank in Inter brand’s 2014 index. Gucci is also the biggest-selling Italian brand. Gucci operates about 278 directly operated sales worldwide as of September 2009, and it wholesales its products through franchisees and upscale department stores. Who founded Gucci? Gucci was founded by Guccio Gucci  in the 1920s. Slight history of Guccio Gucci – he was an immigrant in Paris and then moved to London. He used to work in big hotels and was always amused by the luggage the guests used to carry. He was often inspired by the lavish lifestyle of others. He decided to integrate the lavish living with his art of craftsmanship. He started working with the skills of Tuscan artisans. About Gucci Timepieces & Jewelry Gucci Timepieces and Jewelry is one of the most reliable and consistent brands with a clear design approach and positioning. They have been designing, developing and manufacturing iconic Gucci watches since the early 1970’s. Rigorously made in Switzerland, Gucci watches and jewelry are recognized for their innovative and contemporary design, quality and craftsmanship and are distributed worldwide through the exclusive network of directly operated Gucci boutiques and selected watch distributors. Gucci Timepieces and Jewelry has also been distributing the Gucci Jewelry collections, capitalizing on the expertise gained in the watch sector and leveraging the synergies between the watch...
The 10 Most Fabulous Pieces of Jewelry Featured in T This Year

The 10 Most Fabulous Pieces of Jewelry Featured in T This Year

While some people could not care how many carats there are on their finger, there are those people who would literally have the biggest “rock” on the ground. If you’ve ever seen Blood Diamond with Leonardo DiCaprio then you know how many lives can be tossed aside. That being said, the diamond trade is still very alive and as long as people have the desire for it, it will always be expensive. Alice Cicolini jewelry represents a melting pot of global influences. Based in London, the Central Saint Martins-trained jeweler has her designs hand crafted in Jaipur, India, by artisans who are expert in the meenakari enameling technique. Cartier. French luxury goods conglomerate company which designs, manufactures, distributes, and sells jewelry and watches. Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, has seen wearing the Cartier Ballon Bleu timepiece. King Edward VII of England referred to Cartier as “the jeweler of kings and the king of jewelers”. Oversize Pearls. On rings, necklaces, and bracelets organic pearls make a boldly distinctive statement. A fabulous piece by Chanel,this piece is made from black Lucite – a material similar to acrylic, and features gold toned hardware in the hinges, clasp, and Chanel interlocking CC logo. The Red Scarlet. The placement of rubies and diamonds creates a floral effect which makes the necklace look like a lay of flowers. The stones are set in precious platinum and 18k white gold. Non Identical Earrings. The Apollo and Artemis Diamonds are described as “truly exceptional stones” which are in a “class of their own” when considered as a pair. The Apollo and Artemis Diamonds are described as...