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White Hot Summer Trends In Jewellery

18 October 2006
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White Hot Summer Trends In Jewellery

Bye Bye Boho – clean, striking lines are the theme for the season.

Toss out the dangly earrings and the gaudy beads along with that gypsy skirt and all the other boho looks from last summer.

That’s the fashion advice from jewellery maestro, Angela Daniel who has just released a new collection of gems and stones to accentuate and enhance this summer’s styles.

Daniel’s two stores in Newmarket’s Nuffield Street and at Sylvia Park are important fashion destinations to add the ultimate pieces to complete the hottest looks for summer.

Angela says clean out your jewellery box of all that boho clutter if you want this season’s sharpest looks to really shine.

“Jewellery for this season has really calmed down with simple, striking, clean lines in natural stones that are almost geometric in their simplicity.”

She recommends stand-out natural stones like white marble for an opaque effect and white onyx for shine. White on white is a dazzling combination in summer combining the very latest in fashion trend and jewellery design.

And for those who can’t get past “bling” but know they need something more mellow. Angela prescribes clear quartz which is stunning in a silver setting or in a cluster of cabouchons for earrings that demand attention.

Big and bold, these stones are eyecatching in dress rings and available at a pricepoint that isn’t frightening.

If your budget isn’t holding you back there’s nothing like diamonds and pearls to make a new summer outfit work even harder!

Pink and white pearls are fresh and clean and compliment a tan – spray or sunkissed. And diamonds really are forever with the trend for art deco detail in rings accented with ruby or emeralds a current winner in both Angela Daniel Jewellery stores.

Angela’s crusade is to see jewellery at the forefront of fashion. Anyone can sign up and lend their ears, fingers and décolletage to the cause!

Angela Daniel Jewellery in Nuffield Street and in Sylvia Park.

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