Style Spotlight: 5 Gap-Tooth Jewels With On-Trend Style

Wide-open spaces are expected in western states and in Dixie Chicks playlists, but less so in fine jewelry, until this year anyway. Missing jewelry links in rings and bracelets were abundant during jewelry week 2015, and offer a chic minimalist and easy-to-layer look with wide appeal to new collectors. For on-point effect this year, simply carve out a space and cap the ends with cool jewels or metal motifs.

Open cuff bangle in 18k gold with diamond accents by Anahita

Open cuff bangle with eye and jaws motif in 18k gold with 0.15 ct. t.w. cognac diamonds, $1,595; Anahita

Marta collar necklace in 14k gold with half circle motif, aquamarine, and diamonds by Paige Novick

Marta collar in 14k gold with half circle, 0.08 ct. t.w. diamonds, and 0.59 ct. aquamarine, $1,950; Paige Novick

Doves open cuff in 18k gold wtih diamonds

Open cuff in 18k gold with 0.65 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,800; Doves by Doron Paloma

Malak open cuff in 18k gold with colored sapphires from Nada G.

Baby Malak cuff in 18k gold with 3 cts. t.w. tsavorites and multicolor sapphires, $5,165; Nada G.

Amrapali silver choker with 18k gold and rubies and diamonds

The Royal Dark Maharaja Hasli choker in ruthenium-plated silver and 18k gold with 3.55 cts. t.w. rubies and 1.07 cts. t.w. diamonds, $6,900; Amrapali

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