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Wed, 19 Oct 2016

Mixed Metals: Jewelry Trend

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Mixed Metals: Jewelry Trend
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Tacori SR106P12 Seafoam Mint Prasiolite and Diamond Ring in Sterling Silver with 18k Rose Gold Accents

Tacori SR106P12 Seafoam Mint Prasiolite and Diamond Ring in Sterling Silver with 18k Rose Gold Accents at Whiteflash


Remember a time not too long ago that it was considered downright taboo to mix your metals? Under no circumstances was yellow gold supposed to meet rose gold and heaven forbid silver! Thus, you can imagine our surprise when one of this year's biggest jewelry trends is mixed metal pieces. To this we say, “About time!” We believe mixing metals adds depth to a look and shows that the wearer isn't constricted by stuffy jewelry rules of the past.

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Tacori SR106P12 Seafoam Mint Prasiolite and Diamond Ring in Sterling Silver with 18k Rose Gold Accents

Tacori SR106P12 Seafoam Mint Prasiolite and Diamond Ring in Sterling Silver with 18k Rose Gold Accents at Whiteflash


Remember a time not too long ago that it was considered downright taboo to mix your metals? Under no circumstances was yellow gold supposed to meet rose gold and heaven forbid silver! Thus, you can imagine our surprise when one of this year's biggest jewelry trends is mixed metal pieces. To this we say, “About time!” We believe mixing metals adds depth to a look and shows that the wearer isn't constricted by stuffy jewelry rules of the past.

Trio Bangle Bracelet in 14k Yellow, White and Rose Gold

Trio Bangle Bracelet in 14k Yellow, White and Rose Gold at Blue Nile


Mixed metals exhibit a youthful, fresh look while giving you a greater reason to add to your jewelry collection. If you want to try this look, you can ease into it a few ways. You can mix and match bangles, stack delicate rings, or the easiest way, purchase a combination piece. Yes, designers have listened and they are now creating everything from mixed metal bracelets to mixed metal engagement rings. Not going to lie, we are a bit partial to the beautiful engagement rings we have seen exhibiting this look. They're absolutely stunning and typically come in a halo setting, which is one of the new classics.


Beaded Dangle Earrings in 14K Yellow Gold and Sterling Silver

Beaded Dangle Earrings in 14K Yellow Gold and Sterling Silver at B2C Jewels



Three-Band Stackable Diamond Marquise Ring - in 14kt White Gold and 14kt Yellow Gold

Three-Band Stackable Diamond Marquise Ring - in 14kt White Gold and 14kt Yellow Gold at Ritani



One of the best parts about this look is it is everywhere. Therefore, you should have no problems finding great pieces at every price point. Now, just take a look at the following pieces and tell us that you wouldn't want to try this look on for size. Aren't you glad that the old “don't mix your metals” rule has gone out the door and ushered in a new, breathtaking look that anyone can wear? It is rare to find a trend that is universally flattering; but yes, it's here and it doesn't look like it is going anywhere.


A.Jaffe MES574Q-209

A.Jaffe MES574Q-209 "Quilted Collection" Round Pave Set Diamond Engagement Ring at Solomon Brothers



Split Shank Pave Setting for Square Diamond

Split Shank Pave Setting for Square Diamond at Adiamor



CR541WP - Oval Shape Halo Engagement Ring in 14K Rose and White Gold (0.56ct. tw.)

CR541WP - Oval Shape Halo Engagement Ring in 14K Rose and White Gold (0.56ct. tw.) at I.D.Jewelry



Gabriel & Co. 14k White/pink Gold Diamond Free Form Engagement Ring

Gabriel & Co. 14k White/pink Gold Diamond Free Form Engagement Ring at Gabriel & Co.



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By PS Staff

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