Royal Jewels

By Jennifer Wells
In Feature, Style

Majestic colored stones make a fashionable appearance for fall.

 

Not since '80s Chanel have colored stones seen so much of the white-hot spotlight. Perhaps it’s all the attention being paid to the royal family lately that has put estate-worthy jewels back on the radar. Or maybe it’s the influence of jewelry designer extraordinaire Tom Binns, whose colorful stones have been seen on our own fashionable first lady, Michelle Obama. But no matter which side of the pond (or politics) you call home, one thing is certain: colored stones rock. For the most dramatic presentation, wear yours in clusters or with an equally vibrant jewel-toned ensemble.

 

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Necklace available at Summit, Webster Groves, 314.962.1400

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[Clockwise from top left]Colombian emerald & diamond necklace available at Albarr̩, Ladue, 314.997.1707.
Gold, diamond & smoky topaz necklace available at D̩cor, Chesterfield, 314.434.4022.
Antique citrine brooch available at Albarr̩, Ladue, 314.997.1707.
Gold, diamond & carved tourmaline bracelet available at Albarr̩, Ladue, 314.997.1707.
Green diamond ring available at Mavrik, Kirkwood, 314.909.6818.
Multi-stone bracelet available at Summit, Webster Groves, 314.962.1400.
Green agate & diamond earrings available at D̩cor, Chesterfield, 314.434.4022.

 

Photo credit: Attilio D’Agostino

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