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Ahhh….the lazy days of Summer. Our clothing is getting lighter, we tend to show more skin and the choices for accessories are getting bolder. This season is a great time to experiment with different accessory looks, bold color schemes and brazen designs. It’s about to get really hot…so, here are a few ideas for jewelry that will keep you looking cool and fashionably fierce at the same time. Fun and flirty, these looks are a great way to stay chill all Summer long.

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Peridot is a light green gemstone that emits an alluring glow of vibrant color. The gemstone is considered the modern birthstone for the month of August and its popularity is increasing in the United States. Peridot is also known as a variety of olivine that has gemstone qualities. It is the only gemstone that has been found in meteorites and thus, is still associated with “other-worldly” properties.

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Alexandrite is perhaps one of the rarest and most mysterious gemstones on the marketplace today. This exotic gemstone was first discovered in 1834 in the Ural Mountains in Russia and named after the Russian tsar Alexander II.

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Fall is around the corner and it’s time to start revamping your wardrobe and your jewelry arsenal. The bright colors of summer will give way to the richer, moodier tones of fall. Jewelry designers are infusing colors such as magenta, cobalt blue and autumn orange with shimmering gemstones like olivine, topaz and emerald. The embellished accessories that dominated the fashion world last winter are still going to be key pieces this Fall.

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The ruby has had a spellbinding affect on the world for thousands of years. Its intense red hue strikes a passionate cord with many cultures making it one of the four most valuable gemstones in the world. In fact, the ruby is among what some would call the “covenant” of gemstones along with diamonds, emeralds and sapphires.

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Fashion trends come and go. We all have those trendy jewelry pieces that were scorching hot last year and now…well…let’s just say they are ice cold. Trendy jewelry allows the masses to emulate style that are worn by the trendsetters of society: actresses, musicians and socialites. High end designers debut these pieces on the runway, then in their stores and soon the rest of the world is wearing a less-expensive version of the original.

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The rich velvet hue of the sapphire has been sought after for thousands of years. Although this fascinating gemstone comes in every hue of the color spectrum except red, most people associated sapphires with a midnight blue color. The sapphire is considered the official birthstone for the month of September by the National Association of Jewelers of 1912. One of the hardest gemstones in the world, the sapphire is a form of corundum which is one of the hardest minerals on the earth.

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You can travel all over the world to find breathtaking jewelry that tells a story of history, mysticism, religion and lore. Over time and through introduction, these themes begin to infiltrate western society. The saying “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” is definitely when it comes to fashion and style. Learning about different cultures could expand your horizons and help cultivate a more worldly aspect to your signature look.

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