Diamond Designs – Buying Diamonds for Fashion
Diamonds are the ideal statement piece, they are often associated with special occasions such as weddings and engagements and other anniversaries, but that doesn’t mean that they can’t be purchased out of sheer desire and lust.
In fact, Diamonds are incredibly fashion-forward, and these must-have pieces are not in short supply when it comes to design and style. There are plenty of options to choose from, a variety of cuts, colours, shapes and designs, to suit everyone’s taste and preference.
Even if you are already sporting a particular number and feel that your options to wear other diamonds are now limited, you may want to think again, because Diamonds can be worn without clashing with that special number you may already own.
A great way to make it possible is never to try to compete with the special diamond you already wear, allow it to shine outright, and when choosing something to wear alongside, opt for a design that is completely different in style or perhaps something colourful. Think style, fashion and “anytime jewellery” which will allow you to be more adventurous and perhaps less conventional, if you like.
Gone are the days when diamonds were numbered to solitaire or accent pieces; these days your options are much more varied. Designers have ramped up their edge with beautiful assortments of design ideas, when working with larger statement stones the choice of colour is endless, anything from platinum to silver, rose gold and other colours are optional to showcase your diamond showstopper.
Your diamond doesn’t have to be limited to white either. It can be made in any colour or a mix of colours, for instance, bracelets or necklaces combining black and white diamonds create the perfect focal point. Yellow Diamonds have seen a stark rise in popularity, and they can be mixed with white to create something totally unique. Brown and white pave Diamonds are stunning, especially when set in rose gold, it certainly wouldn’t go unnoticed, that’s for sure!
Companies are creating all sorts of fashion settings when it comes to Diamonds, some modern and right on trend designs to more traditional renditions for an heirloom influence. Since designers and fashion houses often work together, we are seeing a wider range of variety when it comes to both bridal and fashion pieces. So, for anyone who has a preference for a certain designer, it’s not hard to get exactly what you desire, special occasion pieces or fashion pieces are all within easy reach like never before.
A great choice for a gift
Delivering a Diamond as a gift has always been a winning option, with such a vast array of ways to deliver, albeit ring, necklace, bracelet or earrings you cannot go wrong no matter what the occasion. Tennis or Cuff bracelets are other firm favourites, but for contemporary modern, a 22-inch pendant necklace offers a show-stopping masterpiece that anyone would like to receive.
Wearing rings with rings
Diamond rings do not have to be just for engagements. They can be worn for fashion purposes too. But for those of you who may already own a special diamond ring and don’t wish to take its shine or appeal away by adding another, there are things that you can do to make it possible. You could opt for a totally different design, so both items are unique in their own right, or you may wish to opt for a different colour, so both look completely different.
If none of those options are to your liking, the other alternative is to wear a fashion diamond on the other hand, and then no one would ever confuse engagement with fashion. When thinking about wearing contrasting options take into consideration the design of your engagement or wedding diamond, if it’s modern, you may wish to opt for something like Art Decor since linear and symmetry will compliment your modern rendition perfectly.
For the fashion-forward, you cannot go wrong with the ultra-modern colour blocking designs now available. These will complement any of the latest trends. If colour is something you’d like to try, you cannot go wrong purchasing a coloured or mixed coloureddiamond to wear alongside your existing one.