In Celebration of the Spring 2016 Pantone Colors

In Celebration of the Spring 2016 Pantone Colors

December 03, 2015

The Spring 2016 Pantone colors are out, and we think they're fabulous! The trend seems to be relaxing,..would you agree? 

We've embraced these colors and are ready to help you get a head start on Spring Fashion. Let's start with the Rose Quartz. Rose has always been a beautiful color. It's delicate and pretty. We've always had rose quartz jewelry in our collection and think that it's a diverse color that can easily be combined with others to achieve a beautiful look. 

Snorkel blue is another great color. Resembling dark blue quartz, it's deep and dramatic, yet surprisingly soothing. When used in jewelry, this color adds drama and draws your attention. Take a look at our dark blue and royal blue jewelry for some great pieces and styling ideas.

The great thing about the 2016 Spring Pantone colors is how nicely they can actually be combined together. Don't be afraid of color,..embrace it! Mix and match for an endless combination of unique looks this spring!




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