Stand Alone RingsThis new-age gemstone jewelry trend focuses on incorporating lavish and vivid pieces into our everyday styles. While this may sound a little unsettling to the average minimalist, accessorizing with gems doesn't always have to entail piling on the rocks and stones. So for days that you plan on throwing on your go-to crew neck and denim getup, trade your simple stacked silver and gold bands for something a little further off the grid like this 18K gold rope band ring. Stand alone rings with symmetry and a centered gemstone are ideal for adding a little pizazz to that everyday look because it allows for the piece to speak for itself without being overshadowed by an equally dramatic outfit. For those that just can't seem join the yellow gold brigade, you can still keep up with this growing trend by sporting something like this David Yurman chalcedony and diamond Cable ring solo.
Contrasting HuesWhats most exciting about this resurfacing trend is the potential to mix and match! Because lets be honest, how often are we given the green light to incorporate all points of the color spectrum into a single look? Pairing this charm bracelet with these peridot studs goes to show that this rendition of the gemstone jewelry trend that fuses together multiple hues and shades has the potential to be stunningly playful!
Diamond-Cased PendantsWith this go-round of the gemstone trend, we're seeing that fashionistas are not willing to compromise sparkle for shine, and are instead combing the two in rocking diamond-cased gemstone pendants! This stunning combo can be found in this gemstone duo featuring a David Yurman Albion amethyst necklace and a Charriol blue topaz cuff bracelet. We chose to style a deep neckline box chain with a three layered cable cuff bracelet in an effort to accentuate the similarly styled pendants!
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