How to Inject some Colour into your Jewellery Collection

One of the biggest jewellery trends seen in the spring/summer 2017 collections was the use of colour. Most designers went big and bold this season, and there were plenty of splashes of colour everywhere. Indeed, this look is thought to continue into the autumn/winter collections, too.

This is all very well, but if you’re used to wearing gold or silver jewellery, anything brighter than this may seem a little, well, too bold. If you’re afraid of colour, why not browse the collections of jewellers Barkingside wide? Here are a few tips to help you to embrace colour.

Play it Safe

If you’re nervous of moving away from anything that’s not silver or gold, why not opt for a rose gold set of jewellery instead? This is a way of injecting a little pink into your jewellery style, but without the fear of moving away from a metal base to your jewellery pieces.

Start Small

If you’re ready to add some colour to your jewellery collection but aren’t sure where to begin, start small. Add some small colourful gemstone pieces into your jewellery. These could be ruby or emerald rings, or small studs.

There’s a huge range of gemstone jewellery available so it’s worth visiting your local jeweller in Barkingside to see what colours most suit your wardrobe.

Confident with Colour

Many people already enjoy wearing small pieces of coloured jewellery, but would like to add more to their everyday look. An easy way to do this is to look at the colours of any stud earrings or ring stones that you already have, and then add a matching gemstone necklace.

Many a jeweller in Barkingside will be able to match the colour of any existing gemstone pieces that you have with a new piece, or alternatively they’ll often be able to create something which is bespoke to you by sourcing the right coloured stones. It’s an easy way to add more colour to your staple wardrobe pieces.

Go Bold

If you’re quite out there with your jewellery and general wardrobe choices already, then it may pay to go bold with colour from the off. Statement jewellery pieces are the easiest way to do this, as they are often big, bold and colourful all rolled into one!

Bright jewel colours are an excellent way to inject some colour into your jewellery collection with statement pieces. You’ll often find beautiful pieces made with large jewels in rich purples, blues, reds and greens to get you started. Remember that you don’t have to completely match pieces either; complementing or even clashing colours can give a striking look.

No matter what level of colour you’re at, EK Jewellers near Barkingside can help you to inject a bit more colour into your jewellery collection. Don’t be afraid to be colourful; you’ll shine in whatever tone you opt for.

Posted on by Ian Tubby.