The opulent, multi-colored fabrics that have swept the fashion industry have naturally inspired the jewelry makers, as you’ll find when you shop for jewelry in Washington, DC. Why choose just one colored gem, when you can combine them into spectacular eye-catching accessories? Mixing colors means not showcasing just one stone, but emphasizing patterns and contrasts that allow for experimentation in design that single stone settings just can’t offer. And there are no rules either: turquoise or black pearls can mix with gemstones, varied cuts and colors can create mosaics—it’s all fair game. Just check out some of the varied examples here at Vienna Jewelry on Maple Avenue.
Don’t think that multi-colored jewelry has to look like a rainbow; this trend also lends itself beautifully to pastel combinations for spring. Pearls pair especially well with lighter colored stones like aquamarines and pink sapphires and still pop on dark clothing. You’ll even find bolder colors and pastels mixed in the same piece; can you see why designers are having a field day? More than ever, jewelry isn’t just an adornment, but a personal expression of style, and there’s no better way to see all you options than to browse pawn shops in Vienna, VA.