The fact is jewelry for women is something that will always have an appeal that will never go away. Many women may not be even aware of this connection and pull but they will feel the invisible pull when they come across different aspects of it. Just display some beautiful jewelry designs for women and you can see the interest of all females around perk up and go up. This is not only applicable to the actual stones and jewels but also the hues of jewelry, like turquoise for instance. By studying the types of jewelry and the colors as well as when you learn how to wear your jewelry right, you will soon realize how complex and deep turquoise as a color and as a jewel.
Turquoise The Fashion At Its Best
Turquoise is one jewel that is of such a unique color and with uses both as a color and in jewelry that you will come across the use of this color and jewel in conventional jewelry as well as when you learn the roots and norms of Bohemian chic. Turquoise is such a color that it cannot be ignored. The intriguing mix of blue and green that turquoise is such a color that when you are wearing it, you will be noticed.
As a jewel, the color of the turquoise stone is such that it can be combined with silvery and golden hues to create a setting that will stand out. In many cases, the use of turquoise creates such a dominating effect that the eye goes to the stone not the metal that is used to create the setting. This could probably the reason that when wearing a turquoise of a certain size, people tend to wear it bare. The setting could be something as simple as string or a bit of leather and still it will look very attractive.
As a color, turquoise is one that can be worn by people who are light skinned or dark hued. The one thing that you have to take into consideration is that turquoise is a strong color, so it is better worn with a neutral color so that it does not clash. Most people who are aware of fashion know the use of turquoise is done in a simple setting. Turquoise at its best fashion comes out when only one piece of your outfit like the jewelry (simple locket, earrings, bracelet) or a top or a purse or bag or a pair of shoes or a skirt or a top is in that color.
Some of the best combinations for turquoise comes from the most unusual colors. One would probably not imagine that turquoise would look good with brown and off white but it does. That is because these dull colors provide the right frame for this striking color. Gray is another color that works well with turquoise as does beige due to the very reasons mentioned above.
When it comes to turquoise jewelry, look for pieces that come with an ethnic setting. Many a times, you will find that many of the tribal jewelry pieces that are around have an almost holy look to them and this could probably stem from the fact that many tribes do believe this. Turquoise looks great with weathered silver settings and adds charm to any piece of jewelry that it is added to.
Though turquoise as a stone is not transparent or even translucent, it has a luminous quality that almost makes you think that you can look through it. What is more, turquoise is also a gem that does not have an even color and you will notice veins of different colors running through it. One would think that this would lessen the beauty of the stone but to the contrary, it adds to the charm of the stone.