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How To Mix & Match Christina Greene Jewelry Pieces

2017 saw a lot of bold, mixing and matching throughout the jewelry world. For 2018, it looks like we’re going to continue this trend, so here at Christina Greene Jewelry, we wanted to help you with your mixing and matching when it came to your Christina Greene pieces. Whether you’re a mature businesswoman or a college student you want your outfit to present the right image. Your jewelry should do the same thing. Follow these MUST READ rules when mixing and matching your jewelry pieces.

FOCUS ON ONE AREA OF THE BODY

Even if you’re wearing matching jewelry, it is always best to decide which part of your body you want to show off. Whether it’s your neck, wrists or ears, let this be the focus when it comes to your jewelry. This way, you will look great but you won’t look overwhelming. Our Wire Stackable Cuff is the perfect example of not being too overwhelming and is a great addition to any look! The contemporary elegance of the design makes it the perfect go to accessory. For an even bolder look, try pairing this cuff with our Stackable Ring!

PAIRING EVERYDAY JEWELRY WITH YOUR SPECIAL JEWELRY

In the past, there was a time and a place for certain pieces of our jewelry. Now if you have a ring or ring set you like to wear daily, incorporate that into your daily jewelry. Since your jewelry should be an extension of you and your personality, plan to make them part of your outfit and add pieces you love and have confidence in!

PICK A STONE THAT MEANS SOMETHING TO YOU PERSONALLY

Jewelry isn’t just about gold and silver pieces anymore. Many women are discovering certain stones complement their outfits and make them feel beautiful. When picking out matching, always consider picking a gemstone that has a special meaning to you. Our Dainty 2 Stone Bangle comes in 9 different stones, making it perfect for any type of women. Choose from Turquoise, Lapis, Amethyst, Pyrite, Orange Quartz, Red Quartz, Black Onyx, Pearl or Labradorite. This best seller is complete with 2 all natural stones and an 18k gold band. Layer it with our Dainty 1 Stone Bangle for a more polished and contemporary look.

ADD NEW PIECES OF JEWELRY TODAY

Adding new pieces to your jewelry collection never gets old. Visit us today at www.christina-greene.com and start shopping now. From necklaces to rings and bracelets you’re guaranteed to find that perfect piece to add to your jewelry box. No matter what the occasion is, our jewelry will help you look and feel the best! If you’re looking for something unique and fresh, our new collection, THE DECO COLLECTION is perfect for you!

Monthly Birthstones/Gemstones & What They Mean

Just like your astrological sign, your birthstone also says a lot about who you are as a person. The month of which you were born can have an impact on your attitude, personality and many different characteristics that you give off to the world. Since each birthstone is a different gemstone, it can make for a very personalized piece of jewelry that will carries both sentimental and emotional value. For this exact reason, birthstone/gemstone jewelry can make an amazing gift to that special loved one on any special occasion.

JANUARY: GARNET

For people born in January, they have Garnet as their birthstone. Though Garnet can be found in many colors, the most common stones come in fiery shades such as red, orange and yellow. Garnets have been used to boost the energy for whoever is wearing them and people with Garnet as their birthstone are usually protectors and are very supportive of their friends and family.

FEBRUARY: AMETHYST

Amethyst usually stands out because of its beautiful purple color. Traditionally, amethysts have been thought to fight off evil and promote peace. People born in February, tend to be honest and courageous when dealing with people and the world around them.

MARCH: AQUAMARINE

Just like its name, the aquamarine stone derives their color from the ocean and are found in a range of different blue shades. Somethings associated with love this stone is also thought to have healing powers. For the people who have an aquamarine birthstone, they tend to prioritize family time.

APRIL: DIAMOND

Diamonds are associated with luxury and glamour, so diamonds are very common among all jewelry wearers. For April babies with a diamond birthstone, they tend to be  more romantic in nature.

JUNE: PEARL

Just like diamonds, pearl jewelry is extremely common, even for those who don’t have a birthday in June. But for those that do have a June birthday, they get to appreciate it in a different way. Associated with modesty, pearls have also been thought to be a sign of a stable relationship, so those who have pearl as a birthstone are considered to be nurtures and tend to have a light hearted personality that will draw others to them.

JULY: RUBY

Known as the “King of Gems”, Ruby’s are usually associated with royalty because of the richness in its color. Though most are a very blood red, the stone can also vary in softer shades of pink. It’s fitting that rubies are seen as a sign of power since they’re associated with royalty. The ruby birthstone helps make a bold statement so it’s no wonder as to why July people are considered to be charismatic and outgoing.

AUGUST: PERIDOT

Used to keep evil and depression away, peridot may not be as well-known as some of the other birthstones. That makes it no less beautiful and unique though! Since peridot isn’t commonly incorporated into mainstream jewelry, this can make peridot jewelry that much more special, since it is rarely worn.

SEPTEMBER: SAPPHIRE

The brilliant blues of sapphire make them standout in jewelry, particularly against a silver or platinum setting. Though rarer, sapphires can also be found in shades of yellow, orange, purple, and green.

For those born in September, sapphires are associated with dignity and September babies usually exhibit traits of honesty and strength, without being overly emotional.

OCTOBER: OPAL

One of the more commonly used stones these days, opals are semi-precious and their luminescent quality is often what makes them stand out. As an actual birthstone, opals are linked with compassion and open-heartedness, and people who wear them exhibit enthusiasm towards the world around them.

NOVEMEBER: TOPAZ AND CITRINE

Both topaz and citrine stones are associated with November birthdays, and both are usually found in shades of yellow, orange and brown. These stones are meant to be good luck for those who wear them and people linked to these birthstones are considered to be fair-minded and friendly.

DECEMBER: TURQUOISE

Closing out the birthstone calendar, Turquoise stones is known for its good fortune and positive energy. This is perfect timing for the season it lands in- often cold and dark, turquoise’s bright hues stand out.

Now that you know everything you need to know about birthstones, from its unique look and style to what it says about the individual wearing it, it’s time to put your knowledge to the test. Shop all of our stone jewelry right here at www.christina-greene.com.