Color Report 6 of 10: 5 Jewels to Color-Block With Pantone’s Strawberry Ice

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 Strawberry Ice.

Strawberry Ice by Pantone

Strawberry Ice is “a light, nurturing coral tone” that is “suggestive of a cooling and refreshing delicacy,” according to Pantone. Strawberry Ice is a “confection color that evokes a feeling of being ‘in the pink,’ emitting a flattering and healthy glow,” says the self-proclaimed color authority.

1. Dress Strawberry Ice attire in light gray jewels to ground the ethereal vibe of the rosy color.

Titanium earrings with crystals by Angeqlique de Paris

Weightless earrings in titanium with enamel and Swarovski crystals, $135; Angélique de Paris


 

Dress Bibhu Mohapatra/Image Courtesy Pantone

Courtesy Pantone

Dress by Bibhu Mohapatra

2. Go preppy by dressing Strawberry Ice with green jewels.

Anne Sportun emerald earrings in gold

Classic Trinity earrings in 18k gold with emeralds, $1,560; Anne Sportun

3. Pair Strawberry Ice clothes with white accessories for a sweet, easy-to-appreciate look.

Seville silver bracelet by Zina

Seville bracelet in silver, $400; Zina Sterling Silver

Rebecca Minkoff outfit/Image Courtesy Pantone

Courtesy Pantone

Attire by Rebecca Minkoff

4. Play up the rosy hues of Strawberry Ice by pairing another pink with it.

Yoko London pink pearl ring

Ring in 18k gold with 18 mm pink freshwater pearl and 1.95 cts. t.w. diamonds, $17,000; Yoko London

5. Modernize Strawberry Ice outfits with charcoal gray pieces like clothing designer Ella Moss.

Elizabeth Garvin necklace in dark silver

Pendant necklace in oxidized silver with 18k gold and 0.066 ct. t.w. diamonds on steel wire, $670; Elizabeth Garvin

 

Clothes by Ella Moss/Image courtesy Pantone

Courtesy Pantone

Ensemble by Ella Moss

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