Obviously, a lady wants some range in her jewelry box, but it’s always nice to have a couple of pieces so versatile that you might wear them with anything. These Aluminum Bark Drop Earrings will easily complement everything from a blazer and a pencil skirt to a leather pants and a smooth cami to a semi-formal cocktail gown. Wherever you wear them, you’re sure to feel feminine and capture everybody’s attention with their extraordinary sparkle. That brilliant shine will never ever fade or tarnish because of the natural anti-reactive qualities of the aluminum made use of in their building.
The Aluminum Bark Earrings are handcrafted and have a naturalistic bark like structure on their drops. Although they are flashy at 3 inches by 1-3/8 inches in size, the earrings are still light in weight due to their aluminum products. Finished with 14-karat gold-filled French earwires, the earrings are naturally hypoallergenic. A perfect aluminum 10th anniversary present, the earrings have a gift box.
Color coordinating can be intimidating at times, but adding pops of colors to your outfits is quite simple if you follow a few basic rules. For starters, color blocking simply means pairing contrasting colors against each other in one outfit. If you are afraid of color, you can actually color block with accessories – purses, shoes, belts, or jewelry. Just keep in mind that you want to keep one article of clothing in a color while keeping other articles in a neutral color or black, then accessorize with Complimentary, Triadic, or Analogous colors. One of the easiest accessories to color block with is designer jewelry.
The sixties color blocking fashion trend is back in full force, especially in jewelry. All it takes is just a few key pieces that approach the use of bold color in a fresh way….click the below link to find out more about this trend:
San Francisco jewelry designer John S Brana has just released a new jewelry collection that features and innovative new metal called Nu Gold. Nu Gold jewelry resembles real karat gold jewelry but costs a fraction of the price. Below is a video featuring this new alloy.
Also known as “Jeweler’s Bronze” and “Merlin’ Gold”, the exterior of Nu Gold features a deep rich, warm hue that has a unique appearance that resembles the look of real gold and tarnishes considerably slower than copper. I’m sure you will agree that this video demonstrates that Nu Gold also looks highly stylish.
Please leave your comments below on what you think about this new metal.