Model Natalia Obradovicova wears jewelry by Nancy Newberg in 14K yellow gold, including diamond daisy studs ($500), pearl and diamond studs ($1,200), diamond and pearl stick earrings ($2,400), diamond and pearl cluster ring ($2,000), and diamond pavé band ($2,400). Visit nancynewberg.com or call (310) 508-8917.Photographer: Peggy Wong
Whether it’s the grocery store, the post office, or just grabbing a cup of coffee, there’s no mundane activity that can’t be improved by a great pair of earrings. These daily darlings are spectacular for solo wear or as part of a posse, in the case of multiple piercings.
Black rhodium-plated sterling silver earrings with 14K yellow gold and champagne diamonds (1.00 TCW).
Every pair of earrings here is destined to become that one special go-to that its owner reaches for when they’re in the mood to break out the big guns, stylistically speaking. These are the earrings you wear when you need to be unforgettable.
18K yellow and white gold earrings with trapiche rubies (21.90 TCW), sapphires (6.39 TCW), and diamonds (0.24 TCW).
Becky Stone writes about jewelry styles for INSTORE. She is founder and CEO of well-known jewelry blog Diamonds in the Library.
With beautiful jewelry from Les Georgettes, choice is everything. Choose a design. Change colors. With 30 styles, 3 finishes and 48 stunning leather colors, you’ll never be at a loss for a unique piece of jewelry. Create, mix, stack and collect Les Georgettes by Altesse. Made in France.
WHO DOESN’T LOVE to go through life with something pretty flashing on their fingers? Whether your customers dream of a simple band declaring devotion or several towering stacks side by side, almost everyone who comes into a jewelry store has some interest in rings. With supreme pride of place as far as visibility goes, this versatile category can offer jewelry lovers everything from trying trends to finding future family heirlooms.
Rings by Kimberly Collins include tsavorite eternity bands in 18K yellow gold (0.40 TCW), $1,000 each; diamond eternity bands in 14K white and rose gold (0.20 TCW), $875 each; and SKSTK rings with 1.10-carat morganite, $1,375; 1.18-carat amethyst, $1,375; 1.23-carat pink sapphire, $3,000; 1.55-carat yellow sapphire, $3,190; 1.08-carat peridot, $1,065; and 1.38-carat blue zircon, $1,450; each with diamonds (0.12 TCW). For more information, call (775) 622-0600, visit kimberlycollinsgems.com and follow @kimberlycollinsgems on Instagram. MODEL: Margaret Golliher. PHOTOGRAPHER: Sarah Golliher.
The neon trend that blew through this summer inspired jewelry lovers with a craving for color! The brighter the better, especially in creative combinations and contrasting hues. These pieces are perfect for customers who seek to embrace their vivid side. Wearing these wild shades is a bold move, but it feels so good.
18K white gold ring with purple sapphire (1.31 TCW), translucent apple green jade, and diamonds (0.19 TCW).
Years of slender, barely-there stackers have left consumers hungry for rings that offer a different level of finger coverage. Unapologetically bold, these luscious, sensual swaths of metal surround the finger with luxuriant opulence. Despite a greater-than-average girth, these delicious designs remain sufficiently subtle for everyday occasions.
THE BRACELET IS A well-established staple of the modern jewelry lover’s wardrobe. Whether it’s jangling cheerfully in a row of its fellows, peeping out from the cuff of a silk blouse, or bringing a moment of elegance to a muscular forearm, bracelets are one of the most easily wearable forms of adornment. Unobtrusive but visible to the wearer, a bracelet is the perfect piece for the customer who wants to add some beauty to their daily life.
Joyla Jewelry worn by model Meghan Gadola includes three-strand bracelet with turquoise, leather and 24K gold vermeil chain, $200; three-strand labradorite with orange leather bracelet, $200; labradorite, prehnite and peridot with 24K gold vermeil beads, $200; three-strand labradorite and mint leather, $200; two-strand carnelian and orange leather, $140; and labradorite wrap bracelet, $175. Visit joylajewelry.com or call (301) 448-7367 for more information.Photographer: Jennifer Lust
It’s hard to find a stronger jewelry power play than a statement bracelet: There’s a reason Wonder Woman wore them. These daring designs are all that’s necessary to turn any outfit into a major league look. One of these is all you need — although fearless jewelry lovers will find that even these bold bracelets can play well with others in the right stacking situation.
These barely-there beauties don’t scream for attention, but their delicacy is what makes them so very alluring. These slender, subtle adornments are perfect for layering or for adding just a hint of magic to any day. Ideal for customers on the hunt for an everyday treat, a versatile gift, or the perfect tiny treasure.
EVEN CUSTOMERS WHO don’t normally have a thing for bling will run toward a jewelry store when they start to hear wedding bells. Be ready with a well-strategized bridal array, and you can be sure to delight any aspiring spouse who comes through your door.
Model Olga Safari wears jewelry by Harry Kotlar, including Scallop & Chevron Artisan Pavé bands from 7-8 mm in 18K white and yellow gold (2.21-2.55 TCW each), $14,550-$19,200; Chevron Artisan Pavé band in 18K white gold (1.82 TCW), $15,045; and Criss Cross Artisan Pavé hoop earrings in 18K white gold (0.56 TCW), $3,950. Call (800) 675-0479 or visit harrykotlar.com for more. PHOTOGRAPHER: Catherine Asanov; AGENCY: Now What Model Management.
Bridal is one category where the lure of traditional styles will always be powerful. These designs embody the beauty of the iconic engagement ring in a modern way that is sure to delight discerning romantics for countless years to come.
The only rule in contemporary bridal is that the rules no longer apply. Your customers know that they are magical unicorns of individuality and they’re on the hunt for a ring that reflects that uniqueness. Don’t be afraid to blow their minds by showing them something they’ve never seen before.
We know the engagement ring is the big ticket item, but don’t underestimate the importance of having a good selection of wedding bands on hand, too. Wedding sets can always grow into wedding stacks, and if you have everything a couple needs, they’re going to want to keep coming back.
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