The Stone Age

If you thought the stone jewelry was perfect for the free, hippie vibes of the summer, you were spot on. However, the fashion world is going through a bit of a stone age that makes jewelry featuring precious stones great options for the fall and winter months.

Look by Catarina Marques on lookbook.nu
Look by Catarina Marques on lookbook.nu
Look by Catarina Marques on lookbook.nu
Look by Catarina Marques on lookbook.nu

Sure, the stones are a tad less magical when placed upon sweaters rather than bare skin, but they now can be worn in more professional settings. Be real, you’ve been staying indoors in coffee shops and your work office since September. The season to look like a hippie mermaid washed up on the beach is long gone. At least stone jewelry still has a place in your life to remember those fond summer memories.

Layer them on top of large sweaters to complete a comfy fall look with some sparkling creativity.

Look by Soraya Marx by lookbook.nu
Look by Soraya Marx by lookbook.nu
Look by Soraya Marx on lookbook.nu
Look by Soraya Marx on lookbook.nu

Or make it edgy with a slick leather (or faux) jacket. All black, or nearly all black, is always in and adding a large precious stone steps your outfit up a few levels.

Look by Alessandra Kamaile
Look by Alessandra Kamaile

And if you’re all aboard the trench coat train and don’t feel a necklace would ever be seen under the large layers, add a single large stone ring, layer multiple smaller ones, or grab attention with a solid cuff.

Look by Tessa Diamondly on lookbook.nu
Look by Tessa Diamondly on lookbook.nu
Look by Shea Marie on lookbook.nu
Look by Shea Marie on lookbook.nu

Regardless of how professional or cozy your fall style is, there is always a place for stone jewelry to add some magic. Designers like Mad Jewels, Lux Divine, Natalie Frigo, and Gypsy Junkies have gorgeous stone pieces to add to your wardrobe or gift to fashionable friends.

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