Whether you’re single or taken, any excuse to go somewhere or give and receive presents are a good thing—including Valentine’s Day, don’t you think?
V-Day is right around the corner, but it doesn’t need to be reserved just for two lovebirds. If you’re single, take advantage of the holiday and plan a fun picnic or activity with your friends to celebrate your friendship and freedom. If you’re married or have a significant other, do something you normally wouldn’t do together like cooking a new dish or baking with a new dessert recipe.
Wherever you decide to go or whatever you decide to give, we think jewelry makes things a whole lot nicer…check out our Valentine collection with adorable heart shapes that will never go out of season!
Purple is one of those colors that are hard to style, but in no way does it mean it’s not versatile! Check out the purple color wheel above, which shows you the best colors that go with orchid purple/the color of the 2014.
In this case, we chose the foundational color to come in the form of amethyst jewelry and made the clothes revolve around that instead of the other way around.
If you have an aversion to color, gradually embrace it in small ways and in the end you’ll be glad you did—it will perk up your mood without you even being conscious about it and kick your style up a notch. Since jewelry does a better job at whispering the colors instead of screaming it out, why not start with this beautiful orchid collection?
If your wardrobe has been made up mostly of neutrals in 2013, it’s time to put the old behind you and start making new style resolutions! Say hello to Radiant Orchid, the color of 2014 as reported by the color authority Pantone, so expect to see a lot of this color unfold in nail polish, makeup, jewelry, bags, shoes, home decor and pretty much everything…
Instead of wearing this lovely shade of purple from head to toe, which can sometimes be hard to pull off, try it as accent hues in the form of: