Trend Spotting: Gem inspired fashion
It’s not enough to just wear some sparkle on your ring finger anymore. Now everything from tops, shoes, dresses and even belts are embellished with radiant gems in order to make you shine. Gem inspired fashion has been around for centuries. Sequins, in particular, are one of the oldest ways of embellishing fashion and originated from gypsies who used to sew coins onto their wardrobe. Ancient Greek and Egyptian royalty were among the very first to include sequins in their fashion and still today they are in style. Talk about a trend that never dies. Another thing that never dies is the power of accessorizing. Pairing some of your sequined fashion with your favorite jewels can help enhance your outfit and enhance your glow.
Rachel Gilbert’s Barbara embellished navy crepe dress is elevated from the classic knee-length to a party girl’s dream dress using sequins and beads. We’ve paired this beauty with our vintage 18k yellow gold, blue enamel and diamond bracelet which is sure to make any outfit a dazzling one.
Matthew Williamson’s embellished jacquard dress is decorated with beads, sequins, studs and stones to make you look like the gem that you are. We have paired this one with our vintage 18k yellow gold and turquoise fly pin in order to highlight its beaded neckline. This match will make for an exquisite look.
Matthew Williamson’s embellished lace and draped silk-chiffon dress is perfect for any evening. This beauty is decorated with sequins and beads to make any lady look glamorous while highlighting her curves. We’ve paired this one with our Amethyst and diamond pear-shaped pendant in 14k gold. This elegant pendant will surely make you a sight to see.
Hervé Léger’s sequined bandage dress will enhance your hourglass figure and your glow. We’ve paired this enchanting dress with our freshwater pearl necklace with 14kt white gold and diamond ball clasp to make for a unforgettable outfit.