As the name implies, jewel tones are based on the sheen of various colored gemstones. The fancy feel of these fabrics make them great for formal events where you have to dress up. Still, adding these tones in casual outfits for everyday events is not unheard of. Either way, if you want to add the shine of rubies, emeralds, and more to your daily wardrobe, these tips might help you out...
1. Ruby Red
This rich autumn color definitely has that extra ounce of allure, especially when paired with neutral tones such as chestnut brown.
2. Mandarin Orange
This color looks especially great on warm skin tones, especially if worn closer to face. Pair it with pieces in neutral colors such as tumbleweed, beige or any light brown.
3. Citrine Yellow
This bright color looks great when paired with darker jewel tones such as emerald and burgundy, while the best neutral color to complement citrine yellow is navy blue.
4. Jewel Lime
The darker and richer shade of this color has that neon-ish feel with a hint of pastel, and works best with black and white.
5. Emerald Green
This elegant color will make you stand out in the office. Black is the nest neutral color to pair it with, so those with black hair should take advantage of this color. Gold also works well with it.
This color gives you that edgy feel and works best when paired with black.
7. Sapphire Blue
This color is incorporated in many everyday street style outfits. Pairing it with white will gives you a polished look.
8. Amethyst Purple
This color which is closer to indigo than violet, so it needs a bit of warmth from hues like coral.
9. Jewel Magenta
This is a pink color for grown-ups. Pairing it with neutral colors like crisp white and jet black will make you look amazing.
10. Onyx Black
A shade lighter to the pure black, onyx gives off that glossy sleekness which is perfect for an everyday outfit that’s sleek and polished.
11. Aquamarine Blue
Because it leans more towards being a neon shade, this color looks its best during the spring and summer. To tone it down for autumn, pair it with dull neutral colors such as nude brown and gray.
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