We recently featured two tone jewelry in an email newsletter, and the response was overwhelming! People love these modern, two tone styles, and for good reason. Our two tone earrings, two tone necklaces, and two tone rings are extraordinary finds that you’re sure to love.
We tend to see silver jewelry with gold accents more than the reverse, but both looks are hot-hot-HOT right now! Using gold plated prongs and bales on silver jewelry has several advantages, including major versatility. You can pair this jewelry with your engagement ring, your everyday stud earrings, or your favorite pendant, and all the metals will match! It’s somewhat like wearing a multi-colored scarf to tie your outfit together – as long as everything else matches the scarf, you can mix up the color palette of your clothing. Two tone jewelry does exactly that, but in one small, sparkling package!
Gold plated prongs have a special advantage, because diamonds – real or faux – are so distinctive in this setting! They serve as tiny little attention grabbers, making sure you notice the dazzling center stone above all else. Our Alicia’s Gold Accent Round CZ Solitaire Necklace, Alicia’s Gold Accent 4.5 TCW CZ Stud Earrings, Breanna’s Gold Prong CZ Solitaire Necklace, and Breanna’s Gold Prong CZ Stud Earrings all showcase this perfectly. Silver prongs can sometimes blend in with the center stone (which isn’t a bad thing!) but gold prongs say “look at me”!
Gold prongs blend in a bit with canary stones, but as we noted above, this isn’t a bad thing. At first glance, the canary center stone on Zandra’s 4 CT Canary CZ Ring looks larger than its actual 4 carats. The prongs create the illusion of a larger stone, giving you more bang for your buck! Two tone trends aren’t limited to gold and silver though – the same effect can be found when you pair pink gemstones and CZs with rose gold prongs. This is a simple and unique way to trick your eye into seeing more bling than is really there! Don’t forget to check out two tone jewelry in gunmetal or black rhodium plated hues, for an edgier look. No matter which two (or three!) tones you choose, this trend is sure to catch your eye and coordinate with your wardrobe!