Classic Blue Jewelry Trends to Ring in 2020

Last month, Pantone® announced Classic Blue as the 2020 Color of the Year. This shade represents a hope for stability and tranquility. This classic hue plays well with nearly every color on the spectrum. So, as your customers may lean toward traditional styles in 2020, use the color pairings below to meet their desire for Classic Blue jewelry trends.

Take a look at Pantone’s color pairings and the jewelry trends to expect this year.

Classic Blue Trend 01: Ponder

Classic Blue is featured in a thoughtful and meditative palette in Ponder. Here, all metal qualities can shine under the hues of Sapphire, Iolite, and Tanzanite. Classic Blue helps induce a gently calming effect and feelings of peaceful tranquility to the human spirit. Pair stones with subtle hues like Citrine, Turquoise, Honey Topaz, Grey Spinel, or Sky Blue Topaz.
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Classic Blue Trend 02: Snorkel

For a bolder option, the Snorkel palette will make you wish for a tropical vacation far, far away. Make Classic Blue the anchor of your jewelry choice, then add black and white for an even more dramatic effect. Create jewelry trends by pairing Salt-and-Pepper Diamonds, Onyx, Coral, White Sapphire, Rose Quartz, and Blue Topaz gemstones.

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Classic Blue Trend 03: Exotic Tastes

Classic Blue can be found in nature, just as the hues represented in this palette. Reflective of natural seasonings, foods, and condiments, these hues symbolize wellness and self-care. Pair Classic Blue with Coral, Alexandrite, Mozambique Garnet, and Rose Quartz to achieve jewelry trends acting as a form of protection for good health.

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Classic Blue Trend 04: Untraditional

This palette is perfect for swaying from the expected. An untraditional pairing with Classic Blue will make for unique color combinations and even more outstanding fashion statements. Mix the Color of the Year with Amethyst, Ruby, Emerald, Honey quartz, and Smoky Quartz to achieve unconventional jewelry trends.

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Searching for more info about all Classic Blue has to offer in 2020? Read more about the Color of the Year here.


Introducing Classic Blue: Pantone® 2020 Color of the Year

Classic Blue: 2020 Color of the Year

Last week, the color aficionados at the Pantone® Color Institute announced Classic Blue — a timeless, enduring hue — as the 2020 Color of the Year. This tranquil shade is suggestive of our desire for a dependable and stable foundation as we cross into an exciting new decade.

As a naturally restful color, Classic Blue brings a sense of peace and tranquility, soothing the body, mind, and spirit. Its reflective blue tone fosters resilience and boosts concentration and clarity in the viewer. Going into 2020, could there be a better shade?

As technology continues to dominate our world, it’s easy to see why we seek a reprieve from it all. We gravitate toward colors that offer comfort, protection, and honesty — all qualities Classic Blue provides.

Classic in Application

Classic Blue is a self-assured blue hue — simple yet elegant. The shade complements color mixes throughout the spectrum yet, at the same time, makes a strong statement on its own. Classic Blue takes on distinct appearances when applied to different materials, finishes, and textures, from shimmering metallics, lustrous sheens, and high-tech materials to handcrafted mixes and more fragile fabrics.

Blue Knows No Bounds

Because of its tradition and elegance, Classic Blue pairs well with many shades throughout the color spectrum. Pair with warm, peachy gemstones for a calming effect. Incorporate sparkle and shimmer for added sophistication. Add a hint of neon or even Living Coral, the 2019 Color of the Year, into your color palette for added enchantment.


Complementary Classic Blue Gems

Blue Sapphire

Blue Sapphire gemstones set the standard by which other blue stones are measured. As one of the “big three” precious stones, Sapphire’s breathtaking blues have captured our imagination and inspired designs. Within blue, there are many variations from lighter to darker shades, and some with a hint of grey.

Ancient lore tells us that blue sapphire brought spiritual enlightenment, inner peace, wisdom, insight, and the discernment to choose what’s right. It is September’s birthstone and celebrates the 45th wedding anniversary. For more about Sapphires, check out our Sell with a Story post.

Chatham Gemstones with Pantone Blue Sapphire


Mysterious and beautiful, this violet-blue stone is strongly pleochroic. When the dark blue side faces up, Iolite resembles Sapphire, offering customers a less costly substitute for September’s birthstone and other jewelry. Iolite enhances intuition and mental clarity while stimulating creativity and curiosity. Learn more about Iolite here.


Discovered in Tanzania in 1967, some shade variations of Tanzanite closely resemble Cornflower-Blue Sapphire. The stone is said to raise consciousness, awaken our hearts, elevate moods, and guide its wearer toward their true calling in life. The gem sways in color and is most commonly brilliant blue with a purple tinge, though it ranges from indigo to violet to lilac to periwinkle. Find more about famous tanzanite here.

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Contrast Classic Blue with These Colors

Mozambique Garnet

A warm red hue plays politely with Classic Blue as a reflection of tastes and colors of SWAS Garnet Gemstones Group Shotnature. Consider Mozambique Garnet, thought to cure depression, encourage good dreams, and promote love.



Amethyst Uses and Benefits GemstonesFor a more untraditional and unexpected pairing with Pantone’s Classic Blue, utilize Amethyst’s rich purple shade. Amethyst is equally gorgeous in white, yellow, or rose gold, symbolizing royalty, passion, and dreaminess.


What are your thoughts on the new and intriguing 2020 color of the year? Let us know in the comments below! And if you’d like to share your stunning jewelry featuring Blue Sapphire, Iolite, or Tanzanite, tag us on FacebookInstagramPinterest using #HowIStuller!

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Shop What’s Hot: Pantone’s Living Coral Jewelry Trends

Just last month, Pantone announced the 2019 Color of the Year — Living Coral. This exciting and playful hue mirrors nature’s liveliness and optimism. And much like coral itself, which thrives amid a rich and colorful ecosystem, Pantone’s Living Coral plays extraordinarily well with nearly every color on the spectrum. The orangey-pink shade can act as the center of attention, or it can support a palette of equally bright colors.

So, in your pledge to sell more color in 2019, use the color pairings below to mix and match colorful gemstones with Pantone’s Living Coral.


Here are our favorite Living Coral jewelry trends and color pairings


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Pantone Living Coral Jewelry Trends Focal Point Color Pairings

There’s one in every bunch. Living Coral screams for attention in this palette of muted and earthy colors. In fact, it warmly engages and vivifies the cool color grouping. Pair coral and padparadscha sapphire with mossy-colored gemstones like green tourmaline, smoky quartz, and peridot.


Shimmering Sunset Pantone Palette

Pantone Living Coral Jewelry Trends Shimmering Sunset Color Pairings

They say birds of a feather flock together. In this palette, Living Coral beams proudly next to warm oranges, pinks, and magentas. Bold and brilliant, this palette evokes the sky’s dazzling array of shades at sunrise and sunset. Curate Living Coral jewelry trends by pairing pink tourmaline, citrine, amethyst, and honey topaz gemstone jewelry.

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Pantone Living Coral Jewelry Trends Trippy Color Pairings

These shades are trippy, man. The hallucinogenic colors in the palette above offer a wild color range from key lime to Pantone’s Living Coral. The Trippy palette is spontaneous, electric, and uniquely exciting. To match these lively Living Coral jewelry trends, pair coral-colored stones with peridot, emerald, garnet, and London Blue Topaz.

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Pantone Living Coral Jewelry Trends Under the Sea Color Pairings

Living Coral shines the brightest, well, under the sea! Pantone’s Under The Sea palette reflects how coral reefs embrace, warm, nourish, and shelter a sparkling kaleidoscope of colorful sea life. Mix morganite with yellow and blue sapphire, aquamarine, and turquoise to achieve these oceanic Living Coral jewelry trends.

Searching for more about coral? Look no further! Read more about this enchanting gemstone here.


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2019 Pantone Color of the Year Predictions by Stuller’s Top Trend Experts

Our world is driven by color. From Tiffany’s iconic robin egg blue to Coca Cola’s bold crimson, colors are ubiquitous in branding and business. Colors are also at the forefront of the jewelry industry, too. Gemstones nearly sell themselves thanks to their vivacity and saturation. Metal fashion is driven by bright white, yellow, and rosy tones. Even diamonds are graded by their color (or lack thereof). So, it’s no wonder why we’re anxiously waiting for the Pantone Color Institute to announce their choice for the 2019 Color of the Year.

We’re confident we’ll have the jewelry and gemstones to match whatever color Pantone throws our way. Are you excited for the newest color craze? We sure are!


Here are a few of Stuller’s top trend experts sharing their 2019 Pantone Color of the Year predictions—

Pantone’s Aspen Gold

2019 Pantone Color of the Year Predictions Aspen Gold

“My 2019 Pantone Color of the Year prediction favors a bright, saturated yellow marigold. Its sunny tone exudes bursts of bright energy, health, and overall optimism. Pantone’s Aspen Gold has a citrusy undertone that feels organic and from the earth. I’ve also noticed this soft shade in countless 2019 runway shows.”  Emily Graffagnino, Gemstones Director

Soft Yellow Gemstones

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Pantone’s Evergreen

2019 Pantone Color of the Year Predictions Evergreen

“Deep Emerald Green is everywhere— from home décor and accessories to high fashion. In fact, deep green even eclipsed pop culture this year with a key emerald featured as the major plot point in the hit movie Crazy Rich Asians. I’m betting on Pantone’s Evergreen since it pairs well as a sophisticated accent to neutral tones like cream, white, gold, and soft pink.”  Alix Gonsoulin, Executive Director of Product Development

Deep Green Gemstones

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Pantone’s Pink Peacock

2019 Pantone Color of the Year Predictions Pink Peacock

“Super-saturated Pink Peacock fuchsia starred in many head-to-toe ensembles on the spring 2019 runways. This statement-making pink boasts cool purple undertones that layer well with warmer red and gold accents. Plus, pink has been hot this year! The Pink Legacy Diamond shattered price per carat sales records for colored diamonds. Also, Lady Gaga has been sporting a large Pink Sapphire center engagement ring. With all this exposure, Pantone’s Pink Peacock remains my top 2019 Color of the Year prediction.” — Emily Bute, Creative Design Director

Fuchsia Gemstones

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Pantone’s Princess Blue

2019 Pantone Color of the Year Predictions Princess Blue

“The 2019 Color of the Year is a lot of FUN in home décor and clothes. But for longer lasting products like jewelry, I think it’s a tough trend to follow for credence. That said, I’d prefer to see blue as the 2019 pick. Blue is timeless. It’s the color of natural beauty like the ocean, the sky, and twinkling eyes. Blue gemstones can easily support Pantone’s Princess Blue. However, there’s much speculation about gold and orange for the 2019 Pantone Color of the Year. Well, here’s the good news: orange and blue look great together when applied to a fantastic NFL sports team— the Denver Broncos!” — Ashley Brown, Executive Director of Marketing and Public Relations

Bold Blue Gemstones

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Pantone’s Mango Mojito

2019 Pantone Color of the Year Predictions Mango Mojito

“No matter how vivid or muted, Pantone’s Mango Mojito is sure to compliment the earthy undertone palette seen across countless fashion weeks. With geometric-inspired designs still thriving within the fine jewelry world, I anticipate this trend to keep its momentum in 2019. While we have seen a literal play on open symmetrical styles this year, plan to see this trend carry over into next year with an elevated approach. Expect stones in various shapes and sizes pieced together to create colored geometric patterns. Imagine ombre color schemes — from earth tones to reds, pinks, greens, and blues — paired with complementary shades of yellow to complete each color story.” — Blaire Hovis, Fine Jewelry Director

Rich Golden Gemstones

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What are your 2019 Pantone Color of the Year predictions? Let us know in the comments below! Then, find more of our favorite Pantone trends here.


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Pair Chatham Gemstones with Pantone’s 2018 Fall/Winter Palette

Each new season brings a fresh lineup of jewelry and fashion trends. This season’s shades — presented by the 2018 Fall/Winter Pantone® Fashion Color Report — unveils a color scheme that is anything but ordinary. Prepare for a fashion scene studded with bright and jovial shades in the months to come.

Chatham Gemstones with Pantone Fall Winter Palette

Colored Gems are a Girl’s Best Friend

Chatham Lab-Grown Gems, Inc. is known for its diverse ensemble of colored gemstones. This year’s fall/winter color mix from Pantone comes straight out of Chatham’s jewel box! And because we offer different shades in select stones, the pairing options are limitless.

Discover how to mix Chatham Gemstones with Pantone to conquer the fall/winter 2018 fashion scene—

Chatham Lab-Grown Alexandrite

The chameleon of gemstones, Chatham Lab-Grown Alexandrite accentuates not one, but TWO cool colors this season: Ultra Violet and Quetzal Green.

Chatham Gemstones with Pantone Alexandrite

Mined Alexandrite typically exudes an orangey-red or slightly purplish-red tint under incandescent light. Chatham’s Lab-Grown Alexandrite, however, changes from teal or bluish-green in daylight to a dominant purple in incandescent lighting. This miraculous color transformation pairs perfectly with these two Pantone shades. Wear these colors alone, or rock them both to make a powerful statement. Oval, pear, and round shapes really bring this unique stone to life!

Chatham Lab-Grown Blue Sapphire

The go-to choice for any season, Chatham Lab-Grown Blue Sapphire can be worn with just about everything. So it’s no wonder Nebulas Blue perfectly matches this versatile gemstone.

Chatham Gemstones with Pantone Blue Sapphire

Did you know Chatham Lab-Grown Sapphire is the most challenging gemstone to grow? Sapphire’s color follows the crystal structure in color zones. Because of this, we are able to offer this gem in three shades: light, medium, and dark. Any of these shades will pair nicely with this bright blue hue. Chatham Lab-Grown Blue Sapphire projects elegance to its wearer, day or night. So mix cool colors monochromatically and in varying tones. And since sapphire is September’s birthstone, there’s no better way to enter the autumn season!

Chatham Lab-Grown Padparadscha

Chatham Lab-Grown Padparadscha evokes peace and enlightenment, blending lotus blossom vibes with a picture-perfect sunset. Probably the color most associated with autumn, Pantone’s Russet Orange is a close match to Chatham Lab-Grown Padparadscha’s dark shade referred to as pumpkin orange.

Chatham Gemstones with Pantone Padparadascha Sapphire

This rich color pairing is warm and earthy. It combines yellow’s cheery flair with red’s provocativeness. This exotic gem is rarely found in nature and is mined from Sri Lanka. Chatham replicates this sought-after shade by growing stones from Sri Lankan seed crystals. This takes about a year’s time. And because these stones are offered with a Lifetime Guarantee, customers can wear them every day without worry.

Chatham Lab-Grown Ruby

Deemed the King of Gems, Rubies have been sported by warriors and queens for centuries. Pantone’s Red Pear and Valiant Poppy mirror the deep, intense colors found in Chatham Lab-Grown Ruby. Their rich hues command attention and symbolize desire.

Chatham Gemstones with Pantone Red Ruby

While more apple red than merlot, Chatham Lab-Grown Ruby stems from the same color family, conjuring a fiery allure. Chatham grows this corundum variety by starting with a seed crystal from mined Burmese Ruby— the finest in the world. The vivid red color comes from its high chromium content, taking about nine months to a year to grow. Mined rubies of like-quality to Chatham Lab-Grown Rubies differ in price by nearly $100,000 per carat!

Chatham Lab-Grown Yellow Sapphire

Can you imagine a color that brings more optimism and merriment than yellow? Chatham Lab-Grown Yellow Sapphire is an all-encompassing color, offered in various shades and tones. And Pantone’s Fall/Winter 2018 Color Report would not be complete without this cheerful hue. So this year, they’ve served up two: Ceylon Yellow and Limelight.

Chatham Gemstones with Pantone Yellow Sapphire

Ceylon Yellow is more golden in tone, much like Chatham Lab-Grown Yellow Sapphire’s medium variety. Limelight, on the other hand, has a slight hint of green. Coincidentally, Chatham Lab-Grown Yellow Sapphire’s light tone displays this exact color occurrence — visible traces of light green. Suggest this stone for a fresh new start to the new seasons ahead.

No matter the color, Chatham has a gemstone to match! So be bold. Pair Chatham gemstones with Pantone’s vibrant color palette this fall/winter 2018 season.

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Mix Pantone Pairings with Spring Jewelry Trends

Six more long weeks of winter. That’s what Punxsutawney Phil predicted after seeing his shadow earlier this month. But we can see the light at the end of the tunnel; spring is just a few weeks away, and you know what that means — spring fashion! Are you ready for it?

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With London’s Fashion Week coming to a close, we saw eye-catching metallic and sequined textures along with many plaid and rainbow patterns. And not surprisingly, these looks translate into spring jewelry trends. We’re predicting lots of color for springtime, from chocolate-colored diamonds to Ultra Violet-colored amethyst. In fact, according to our current blog poll, rainbow-colored gemstone jewelry is increasingly popular this year.

After extensive review, here’s the merchandising game plan: sell colorful designs by contrasting warm tones with cool colors, creating unrivaled spring jewelry trends

Warm Desert Sunset Tones

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Springtime and sunshine go hand in hand. So what better way to create spring jewelry trends than with red-hot gemstones? We’re seeing a rise in organic, fluid shapes coupled with throwback stone shapes, like marquise. And of course, stackables are hot hot hot! Follow Pantone’s Desert Sunset color pairing to merge fierce stones like Mozambique garnet, Mexican fire opal, and citrine with fiery yellow and rose gold metals.

Cool, Intriguing Colors

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Keep it cool by pairing icy blue tones with Ultra Violet, Pantone’s 2018 color of the year. From the runway to the red carpet, everyone is embracing the layered trend. A stone cluster necklace layered with multiple strands lets customers take a simple outfit to the next level. When merchandising your cases, layer two necklaces on a neck form and your customers will fall in love with both pieces!

Celebrate color when conjuring spring jewelry trends this year!


Pantone Color of the Year 2018 Ultra Violet

Introducing Ultra Violet: Pantone® 2018 Color of the Year

“Inventive and imaginative, Ultra Violet lights the way to what is yet to come.” – Pantone Color Institute

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Ultra Violet: 2018 Color of the Year

This is it! Pantone® Color Institute has announced Ultra Violet as the 2018 Color of the Year. From the vibrant shades of years past (see above) to this eye-popping purple, Pantone’s signature shade symbolizes cultural evolution as we advance year to year.

Ultra Violet gives us the confidence to pursue our personal passions in this age of barrier-breaking experimentation. It evokes lively expression and allows us to explore and experiment, as we redefine what makes us happy. Ultra Violet is intriguing, provocative, and communicates visionary thinking. The 2018 Color of the Year gifts meaningful direction and ushers us toward the future.

Violet vs. purple

First of all, let’s address the issue at hand. Technically speaking, violet is not purple; conversely, purple is not violet. These two shades are actually different forms of color. On the one hand, violet is a spectral color with a measurable wavelength; whereas purple is the result of mixing red and blue. In simplest terms, violet is a pure, blue-based frequency of light. Purple, however, does not occur naturally and is always the result of mixing various proportions of red and blue.

But let’s face it, we’re getting overly technical here. In fact, people use the two words interchangeably.

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Purple’s prideful past

In days of yore, long before there was any distinction between purple and violet, creating the color required great skill and was a difficult, costly process. The stunning result was only available to those who could afford it: kings, nobles, priest and magistrates around the Mediterranean. This began a beautiful relationship between purple and royalty. Over time, purple became associated with daring change personified through campaigns like women’s suffrage, feminism, counterculture and free expression.

Purple pops up everywhere

Think about the term Purple Power. It’s emboldening. Some even view the color as having spiritual properties as it soothes, calms, and decompresses. It makes sense, then, that violet has the highest frequency of the visible wavelengths and is nearest to x-rays and gamma rays on the electromagnetic spectrum.

Ultra Violet, the new 2018 color of the year, is a leader color. It pairs well with many shades, from last year’s Greenery to toasty scarlet reds and even the iciest blues. It’s an intriguing color for eveningwear, while still contemporary enough to add a casual pop to any daytime ensemble. The color is sparingly found in nature, too—from eggplants and grapes to lavender, verbena, and iris.

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Here are the key descriptors of Ultra Violet, our 2018 color of the year


So what about gemstones?


When we think about amethyst, its extraordinary color comes to mind. A perfect nod to the 2018 color of the year, amethyst beams a rich, sumptuous, radiant purple.

From its earliest discovery, amethyst’s intense shade has cast a spell on its wearers, one that bewitches even today. Ancient Greek mythology tells of amethyst’s powers to hinder intoxication. Interestingly enough, amethyst translates to amethystus, which means not intoxicated. For more about amethyst and other fascinating folklore, check out 6 Jewelry Superstitions and How to Use Them to Your Advantage.

2018 color of the year amethyst gemstones


Alexandrite exhibits mesmerizing color swings—from red to green to yes, even purple, depending on the light source. This property makes it the most famous and popular of all color-changing stones.

Because of its ability to change dramatically in shifting light, alexandrite is associated with balance in life, self-esteem, and the ability to experience joy. These powers align with Ultra Violet’s attributes perfectly. Here’s more on this mysterious shapeshifting stone.

2018 color of the year Alexandrite gemstones


For a gemstone with less than 50 years under its belt, Tanzanite has already acquired substantial gifts. The stone is said to raise consciousness, awakens our hearts, elevate moods and guide its wearer toward their true calling in life — wow! The gem sways in color and is most commonly brilliant blue with a purple tinge, though it ranges from indigo to violet to lilac to periwinkle. Find more about famous tanzanite here.

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What are your thoughts on the new and intriguing 2018 color of the year? Let us know in the comments below! And if you’d like to share your stunning jewelry featuring amethyst, alexandrite, or tanzanite, tag us on FacebookInstagramPinterest using #HowIStuller!

Here’s the perfect purple anthem to blast through your speakers in celebration


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Which Color Affects Your Attitude The Most?

Guess what? We’re on the heels of discovering Pantone’s 2018 Color of the Year! So we’re wondering—which color affects your attitude the most?

Without even realizing it, we naturally associate color with emotion. Did you know color affects your attitude, too? Color resonates with everyone differently and elicits different emotional reactions from people. Do the phrases feeling blue or green with envy ring any bells? Do you gravitate toward bright yellows and electric oranges when you’re feeling happy? Why do we wear black when we’re feeling mournful?

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Here are a few common instances where color affects your attitude:


Rev your engine with red

Looking for more energy? Hoping to increase your enthusiasm, but want to feel safe and sound too? Then reds like Ruby and Mozambique Garnet are the colors you’re seeking. According to color authorities, red encourages action and confidence to go after your dreams.

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Green grants balance to your life

If you’re in the mood for change, you may find yourself moving toward more greens like Emerald and Peridot. Greenery, last year’s Color of the Year, promised growth and prosperity to the masses. Green gives freedom to pursue new ideas and protection from anxieties connected to worldly demands.

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Attract tranquility with blue hues

Peace, relaxation, and serenity are all synonymous with the way one feels wearing blues like Blue Sapphire and Aquamarine. The color is known for giving off a calm and relaxing vibe that counteracts chaos. It also broadens your perspective in learning new information.

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Pink is for the passionate 

This one’s a no-brainer. Lovey-dovey feelings are most commonly associated with pinks like Pink Sapphire, Pink Tourmaline, and Morganite. The color zaps away disorder and replaces it with acceptance and contentment.

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Feeling mysterious? Choose purple

Do you enjoy using your imagination to the fullest? Then seek purples like Tanzanite and Amethyst. In addition to its mystical association, purple also helps to rebalance life, remove obstacles, and energize.

Color Affects Your Mood 14K White Amethyst Bezel Diamond Necklace



Energize with orange

Spice things up! Throw some oranges like Citrine and topaz into the mix. Orange hues increase creativity and give us relief when things start getting too serious. They can also give you the confidence to become more involved.

Color Affects Your Mood 14K Yellow Gold Citrine Stackable Ring



Wave your white flag 

A blank slate. A clean sheet of paper. Whites like Pearl and White Sapphire are most closely associated with fresh beginnings. Wearing white is known to help clear clutter and bring mental clarity to situations. It’s also a pure color, cleansing thoughts and actions.

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So which color affects your attitude the most? As I mentioned at the start, color affects everyone differently. Some may identify with the color associations presented here, while others may not. So which color resonates with you? What are your favorite gemstone colors to wear? Share with us in the comments below!

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on December 16, 2015 and has since been completely revamped for accuracy.

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Celebrate Fall with Pantone’s Deep Rooted Palette

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Experience Autumn with Pantone’s Deep Rooted Palette


Happy Autumnal Equinox! Today we celebrate the first day of fall as we embrace the iconic elements of the season — oranges and browns, the smell of pumpkin pie, fuzzy scarves, and of course, the changing leaves. Autumn is rich with cool, crisp air and natural earthy tones. The charming fall shades in Pantone’s Deep Rooted Palette play well with Greenery, Pantone’s Color of the Year.

Pantone's Deep Rooted Palette gemstonesAnd as a jeweler, let these natural tones guide your choices as you stock your showcases with the pieces ready to pair with the season ahead. For seasonal suggestions, we’ve combined the neutral shades of Pantone’s Deep Rooted Palette with fall emblems and affordable gemstones. After all, colored gemstones aren’t just for celebrating birthdays and anniversaries — they’re opportunities to merge color and personality to create unique, striking designs.


Sepia Tint

Pantone's Deep Rooted Palette Sepia Tint Smoky Quartz

A warm mocha brown, Sepia Tint gives a robust and grounded woody feel. Smoky Quartz embodies this enchanting shade and lends itself to nature-inspired designs.

Chai Tea

Pantone's Deep Rooted Palette Chai Tea Leaf Tiger Eye

Do yourself a favor and order a pumpkin spice chai tea latte at your nearest coffee shop. It’ll taste rich and smooth, much like this scorching Pantone shade. And Tiger Eye‘s honey-tinged hue is sure to satisfy any sweet-toothed craving.

Brown Rice

Brown Rice’s balmy organic shade has the creamy neutrality that we adore, especially during Autumn. Likewise, Swarovski Sand Smoky Quartz boasts sophisticated elegance that makes a powerful statement.


Pantone's Deep Rooted Palette Sharkskin Spade Tahitian Pearl

Sharkskin’s graphite gray reminds us of garden tools and Tahitian Pearls with its metallic sheen. Dig up your produce in the daytime, then drape your best Tahitian pearl strand for a hearty home-cooked autumn feast!


Pantone's Deep Rooted Palette Greenery Pumpkin Peridot

Like a bustling pumpkin patch in mid-October, Pantone’s Color of the Year, Greenery, communicates bloom and excitement. Look for this enchanting apple green in Peridot, the perfect complement to lively, harvest time fashions.


Pantone's Deep Rooted Palette Chrysanthemum Chatham Padparadscha Sapphire

Chatham Padparadscha Sapphire signifies exuberance with a sparkling burst of coral brilliance. The gem’s unconventional color exudes a warmth that brings a healthy glow to the complexion. Like strawberry jam, this shade will sweeten any style!

Grey Pinstripe

Pantone's Deep Rooted Palette Grey Pinstripe Sweater Tourmalinated Quartz

Fall means sweater weather! Grab your favorite wool sweatshirt and pair it with these scratchy Onyx & Tourmalinated Quartz Earrings. Gray pinstripe is a staple color, granting self-assuring boldness to its wearer. 


Pantone's Deep Rooted Palette Tofu Candle Opal

Another soothing neutral shade, Tofu exudes a delicate creamy tone. Opal captures this hue, complementing all complexions and burning with allure.

How do you feel about Pantone’s Deep Rooted palette for fall? Which gemstones sell best in your store this season? Let us know in the comments below! Also, find more autumn-colored gemstones here.

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8 Ways to Wear Pantone’s Moody Blooms Palette

Pantone Summer Swatch Moody Blooms Palette

Summer’s sweltering heat invites lighter clothing with bare arms and shoulders. And jewelry gets layered on to create summer’s snazzy style. Now is the time to push the bright colors and dazzling flashes in your cases. The dazzling summer shades in Moody Blooms, this bright Pantone summer palette, play well with Greenery, Pantone’s Color of the Year.

Colors arouse an array of emotions — from passion to cheeriness to tranquility. Gemstone rings can become daily amulets with each color helping its wearer to navigate all that arises. We’ve paired this Pantone summer palette with gemstone ring suggestions to help you sail through any scene.

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Pantone Summer Palette Swatch Goji Berry Ruby

Gogi Berry provides a burst of rich crimson, that fuels intensity and adventure. And since red is the color of passion, Ruby emulates Gogi Berry’s romantic spark. A ruby ring on a date downtown will signify magnetic attraction and an openness to love.


Pantone Summer Palette Swatch Baton Rouge Rhodolite Garnet

Baton Rouge’s mulberry tint boasts light-hearted vibes and fanciful fun. Likewise, Rhodolite Garnet can brighten even the bleakest mood. Try on this quirky Rhodolite Garnet nest design to lift your spirit and bring excitement to your day.


Pantone Summer Palette Swatch Sulphur Scarlet Ibis Honey Topaz Poppy Topaz

Like lemons and oranges, Sulphur and Scarlet Ibis pack a fruitful, citrusy punch. Joyful, energetic yellow slips effortlessly alongside jovial, sociable orange. Pair Poppy Topaz with Honey Topaz when you’re on-the-go and remain cheerful and friendly to everyone you encounter.


Pantone Summer Palette Swatch Winter Bloom Amethyst

Did you know that purple is the color of royalty? Winter Bloom’s deep eggplant hue is luxurious and dignified, as is Amethyst. The sumptuous stone grants self-assuring boldness. Wear this Emerald-cut Amethyst to bolster confidence and summon your inner power and dignity.


Pantone Summer Palette Swatch Pink Yarrow Pink Sapphire

Pink Yarrow pops with bright, playful allure. Pink Sapphire, it expresses this enduring feminity with a decidedly modern edge. No one can resist a woman wearing pink, so wield this accented crown ring when taking on the world.


Pantone Summer Palette Swatch Greenery Peridot

Greenery’s vibrant yellowish-green is fresh and energetic, communicating harmony and optimism. Slip on this stackable peridot band to bring balance and tranquility to your day.


Pantone Summer Palette Swatch Red Dahlia Mozambique Garnet

Red Dahlia shades from maroon to Merlot exuding robustness and depth. It possesses a strong undercurrent of ambition and determination. This three stone Mozambique Garnet ring is perfect to wear on the job to display professionalism and perseverance.


Pantone Summer Palette Mayfly Green Tourmaline

Like the olive branch, Mayfly radiates reliability and trustworthiness. And what’s more, Green Tourmaline is said to protect its wearer against bad decisions. This infinity-inspired ring is sure to help enhance your soundness of judgment.


Which gemstones sell best in your store this summer? Let us know in the comments below! For more Pantone summer palette pairings, check out Pantone’s Timely Transitions palette to find gemstones from dusk ’til dawn.