How to Dress in Jewelry

Sterling Canyon wishes to let women know about the ins and outs of dressing  properly in jewelry in the morning.  Not all women need advice, certainly not the common sense types.  This advice is for the women who have no common sense.  You know who you are. Admit it.  Read on, you’ll learn something.  The fact that most women have all types of jewelry in their dresser is no mystery. Knowing how and when to wear the large, colorful, outlandish, stylish, plain, simple and single color piece is about to become clear. 

In general, if your clothing for the day is simple and a muted color, choose a bright or wild necklace.  If your clothing is multi-colored and groovy looking, choose a simple piece.  Remember that opposites attract and will balance each other out rather than competing for attention.  A crazy floral top under a multi-colored heavy necklace will cause a bloody war on your chest.  It’s not worth the pain.  The only exception to the opposites attract rule is if you are wearing a plain black or non-pastel colors (red, blue, green, purple ect).  A beautiful pearl necklace would look stunning against this background.  Sterling Canyon offers such a terrific variety of fine gemstone necklaces and earrings.  If you’re the wild or plain variety, we have what you need. 

 

 

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About Sterling Canyon

At Sterling Canyon, we believe luxury and affordability go hand in hand. Fine jewelry doesn't have to be expensive. At Sterling Canyon, quality will never be compromised for affordability. You will never be offered less.
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