The Pantone Spring 2015 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 Aquamarine.
It’s an airy blue with a dreamy feel that’s cool, calming, and ethereal, according to Pantone.
1. Give a printed outfit with aquamarine a same-colored jewel to make the pale blue pop.
Garment by Banjan, sketch by Pantone
2. Play up the cool hues in an aquamarine ensemble with a silver-tone jewel.
Ear climbers in 18k gold with 0.35 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,700; Doves by Doron Paloma
Outfit by BCBG Max Azria, sketch by Pantone
3. Pair a darker blue jewel with aquamarine for a tone-on-tone color effect.
Ring in platinum with 14.27 ct. cushion-shape blue spinel with 1.04 cts. t.w. diamonds, $41,450; Coast Diamond
Frock by Cynthia Steffe, sketch by Pantone
4. Put a modern spin on an aquamarine outfit with a gray-colored jewel.
Fauna necklace in silver with 1.26 cts. t.w. diamonds and red enamel, $4,220; Aida Bergsen
Dress by Pamella Roland, sketch by Pantone
5. Add a surprise to an aquamarine-colored garment with a bright orange jewel.
Constellation Petal bangle in silver with enamel and lab-created orange stones, $165; Belle E?toile
Attire by Rachel Pally, sketch by Pantone
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