Jewel tones

Add a touch of el­e­gance with Arthur Ka­plan's beau­ti­ful se­lec­tion of fine jewelry

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - ADVERTORIAL -

LIFT­ING THEBAND

Men’s rings need not be the tra­di­tional set­ting in a sin­gle metal. Mixed me­tals make for an in­ter­est­ing tex­tu­ral take on the usual monochro­matic trend.

ALL EARS

High-shine ear­rings are the most eye-catch­ing, while drop ear­rings make the per­fect state­ment piece and di­a­mond-en­crusted studs of­fer a more sub­tle touch.

COCK­TAIL HOUR

Make a state­ment with bold cock­tail rings in mixed me­tals and clas­sic white or coloured stones – the big­ger and brighter, the bet­ter.

PENDULUMDROP

Pair your pen­dants with dainty chains to add time­less style to any out­fit, and to al­low your gems to take cen­tre stage.

ARMCANDY

Choose mixed gems in an ar­ray of colours when look­ing to in­vest in the clas­sic ten­nis bracelet. If you shy away from larger state­ment pieces, opt for dainty bracelets laden with a smaller set of gems.

OFF THE CUFF

Layer golden ban­gles in vary­ing widths for a bold look, or keep it sim­ple with one or two thin bands.

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