NEW YORK, May 31, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Floral patterns didn't just bloom on the runways of Spring/Summer and Fall 2013 fashion shows, the hottest fine jewelry is also full of floral fantasy. According to Jewelry Information Center, the source for fine jewelry trends, you can maximize this hot trend with floral-inspired jewelry accessories in flower shapes or a bouquet of colored gems.
"Jewelry and nature go hand in hand and flowers are synonymous of the season – making floral jewelry a must-have accessory to accent fashion-forward outfits this summer and fall," says Amanda Gizzi, spokesperson for Jewelry Information Center.
Flowers & Floral Patterns
You don't have to look far to find beautiful jewelry pieces with literal interpretations of floral fantasy. Look for big and bold flowers – rose petals and bright blooms – on earrings, pendants, bangles, charms and cocktail rings. Additionally, floral patterns and art nouveau-inspired jewelry stay on trend while remaining classic with a sense of vintage nostalgia.
Colored Gemstones Bouquets
Like flowers, gemstones are a product of nature and reflect the beauty of the natural world in their exquisite range of color. Wear gemstone jewelry with literal flower designs or go abstract with earrings and rings that feature multi-colored clusters of gemstones or diamonds.
For those who want a more modern take on the floral trend, many designers create fine jewelry that uses flowers as abstract inspiration. Look for sterling silver, platinum and gold pieces with modern, solid floral shapes or repetitive abstract patterns.
The perfect floral jewelry awaits you at your local reputable Jewelers of America-member jeweler; visit Jewelry Information Center's website, www.JIC.org, to see examples of this trend. Visitors can also view the hottest jewelry trends, gain savvy shopping tips and find reputable Jewelers of America-member retailers nationwide.
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Source:Jewelers of America