Color Report Fall 2014, 1 of 10: 5 Jewels to Color-Block With Pantone’s Sangria

The Pantone Fall 2014 Fashion Color Report serves as an overview of designers’ color choices in new clothing collections. The colors are important for jewelers to know so they can help customers successfully color-block accessories. Here are five ways to color-block with Pantone’s Sangria.

 

PANTONE 19-2047 SANGRIA

Garment by Phillipa Galasso

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This exotic red “evokes a sense of glamorous adventures and faraway destinations,” according to Pantone.

 

1. Pair Sangria with another red or orange to further enhance the energy of the ensemble.

Outfit by Yoana Baraschi

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Cuff in stingray leather with 18k gold vermeil accents and colored CZ; Angélique de Paris


2. Dress Sangria with black accents for a classic cool look.

Mini Midi ring in 18k gold with black rhodium and 0.42 ct. t.w. diamonds, $5,280; Dionea Orcini Fine Jewelry


3. Accent Sangria with a neutral color such as gold or silver for balance.

Dress by Cynthia Steffe

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Cuff in sterling, 40.5 mm wide with a high-polished finish, $467; Leslie’s for Quality Gold


4. Enhance a print with Sangria by accessorizing with a Sangria-color jewel.

Band in 18k gold with rubies, $2,060; Ritani


5. Give Sangria attire a pop of green for a complementary color effect.

Frock by Nicole Miller

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Medium Double Midi Pyramid ring in 14k gold with chrysoprase and 0.09 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,365; Jacquie Aiche

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