Winter is finally behind us and May flowers will soon be upon us! So, let's push off the winter dull drums and add a splash of color with Pantone's 2015 En Plein Air collection using creative gemstone, diamond, and mixed metal jewelry designs.
Spring Wardrobe Idea #1: Pantone's "Aquamarine"
This is a no-brainer...Pantone's literally based the color on the gemstone!
Spring Wardrobe Idea #2: Pantone's "Lavender Herb"
This 'Rose De France' gemstone (A.K.A. pink amethyst or rose quartz) perfectly captures the soft purple hues that define Pantone's 'Lavender Herb' color.
Spring Wardrobe Idea #3: Pantone's "Classic Blue"
Without question or hesitation I believe that sapphire, with its rich hue, is the perfect gemstone to characterize this color!
Spring Wardrobe Idea #4: Pantone's "Dusk Blue"
This steely blue color is perfect captured in a lighter swiss blue topaz or a sky blue topaz.
Spring Wardrobe Idea #5: Pantone's "Lucite"
Opal naturally has mesmerizing blueish-green tones running through it!
Spring Wardrobe Idea #6: Pantone's "Marsala"
Garnet's reddish tone makes it the perfect stone to bring Marsala hues into your spring look.
Spring Wardrobe Idea #7: Pantone's "Scuba Blue"
The double refractive quality and rich blueish-green color of Blue Zircon make it a perfect match for Scuba Blue.
Spring Wardrobe Idea #8: Pantone's "Strawberry Ice"
While the color of pink tourmaline can vary, its soft warm hue pairs well with Strawberry Ice.
Spring Wardrobe Idea #9: Pantone's "Woodbine"
Just like a peridot, Woodbine is characterized by it' yellowish-green color!
Spring Wardrobe Idea #10: Pantone's "Tangerine"
This vibrant color is akin to the robust color of a beautiful citrine.
Spring Wardrobe Idea #11: Pantone's "Titanium"
While Platinum is far from Titanium, it does have a rich luster that when hand engraved, can have an equally deep quality to its color.
Spring Wardrobe Idea #12: Pantone's "Treetop"
This rich green color is reminiscent of an emerald! Plus the yellow gold setting adds warmth to the color.
Spring Wardrobe Idea #13: Pantone's "Sandstone"
Sure, you could wear an imperial topaz, but who doesn't love diamonds? Especially, when it will contrast so beautifully!
Spring Wardrobe Idea #14: Pantone's "Toasted Almond," "Glacier Grey," and "Custard"
When you pair these colors together they closely resemble the look of stackable yellow, white, and pink gold rings!
Spring Wardrobe Idea #15: Pantone's "Strawberry Ice" and "Treetop"
Hopefully, these ideas have taught you to think outside-the-box when it comes to incorporating Pantone's colors into your spring wardrobe. The next step is mixing colors like this pink and green tourmaline ring. So long as you have a creative eye and an open mind, the sky is the limit!
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