Cold Weather Jewelry Tips
Welcome in the winter months with jewels that sparkle with an icy appeal. Our favorite part of dressing for chilly days is accessorizing with gorgeous jewelry! Here are a few of our best cold-weather tips:
Of course, white diamonds are the first stones that come to mind when you think of winter jewelry. Ross-Simons has every kind of white diamond jewelry imaginable including rings, necklaces, bracelets and earrings. Plus, you'll find jewelry sets with CZ stones for a super affordable option.
For a more unexpected wintry shimmer, give light blue gemstone jewelry a try. Ross-Simons' blue diamond jewelry dazzles with a fashionable crispness. Blue topaz and aquamarine gemstones also radiate an equally irresistible frosty allure. Baby, it's cold outside!
Fall and winter wardrobes call for a fun scarf. A clever way to keep that scarf in place is by using a pin or brooch. You can also pin one to a winter hat to change up your look. And for some fun vintage flair, browse our selection of Estate pins.
Try accessorizing turtlenecks and sweaters with a long necklace. It will add interest to your outfit. Long necklaces also beg to be layered! Try a pearl endless necklace or a long and versatile chain in gold, vermeil, or sterling silver.
Short necklaces pair especially well with scoop-neck and v-neck tops. Layering two or more necklaces also gives you a fashionable look. You can go with something classy and reserved like a simple station necklace in silver or gold, or be a bit daring with a multistrand or large link necklace. To fully embrace with beauty of the winter season, try a singular and sparkling snowflake necklace.
Earrings are the perfect fall and winter accessory, especially sparkling ones. There are so many pretty styles to try like drop earrings and hoops. You can add a pop of color to dreary winter days with gemstone earrings.
No matter what you choose for your winter jewelry, remember that extreme temperatures can do harm to your precious jewels. Gemstones can be weakened when you walk out of the cold outdoors to the warm indoors. Try to avoid wearing delicate jewelry on especially frigid days or cover your rings and earrings with gloves and hats respectively.