Spring/Summer 2010 is full of vibrant candy colors cheerfully blended with subtle neutrals and airy pastels. Transport your imagination to sun-filled days with the hot gems and beads of the season to create on-trend jewelry styles that sell. Closely following PANTONE’s Fashion Color Forecast, use the season’s suggested jewelry-making materials and key elements to highlight your jewelry lines with the look of the Dawn, Noon and Happy Hour trends.
The relationship between light and dark is the tone for this season’s color palette. Named after the Greek word for rose, rhodonite’s rosy pink hues and subtle, yet contrasting black matrix make it a natural choice for spring/summer jewelry designs.
Fluorite is known for its exciting range and blend of colors, including purple, violet, clear and green. Fitting right into the season’s color trend, fluorite captures the beauty of dawn.
Epoxy-Coated Brass Drops
Bursting with color, epoxy drops run the gamut when it comes to spring/summer jewelry lines. There’s a color to match every trend to create the season’s hottest looks. Available in a large selection of shapes, sizes and styles.
Green continues to be a prominent color in spring/summer accessories and serpentine covers the spectrum with pale to lime green and olive to forest green. When combined together, the shades create a spectacular ensemble.