5 Rich Jewel Tones to Break Up the Black: Friday Finds

5 Rich Jewel Tones to Break Up the Black: Friday Finds

Brighten up your outfits this winter, and get out of an all-black rut, with the addition of some beautiful jewel tones that will complement a variety of skin tones and hair colors.

Cooler months can sometimes bring about a fashion rut, but we have a solution for breaking free. Black is great, don’t get us wrong, but sometimes when you find yourself wearing it day in and day out, the monotony has a way of sneaking up on you. Instead, we suggest trying on some jewel tones.  By featuring colors many stylists believe are universally flattering, this list should appeal to every woman. With hues like sapphire, emerald, amethyst, citrine, and ruby, you’re sure to find a rich, saturated color to fancy your liking.

1. Stunning Zircon Lace Dress

5 Rich Jewel Tones to Break Up the Black: Friday Finds

Jewel tones are stunningly beautiful, much like this deep aquamarine! Wear this lace number with a pair of suede over-the-knee boots, a swing coat, and a pair of black tights for good measure. You’ll stay warm on the way to your destination, and look drop dead when you take off your jacket. While this would compliment a variety of skin tones and hair colors, imagine what it would do for green eyes and red hair! Priced at $168.

2. Rich Rhodolite Army Jacket

5 Rich Jewel Tones to Break Up the Black: Friday Finds

Practical and rich, this eggplant-hued jacket is more than just a jewel tone trend, it’s a great wardrobe staple. Wear this with jeans, leather pants, dresses, and more. It’s laid-back,  yet sexy at the same time, making it a piece you’ll want to wear again and again. Pair this with a lip that’s similar in color, minimal cat eye, and a coat of thickening mascara. Priced at $148.

3. Saturated Sapphire Poncho

5 Rich Jewel Tones to Break Up the Black: Friday Finds

Although this has more of a color-blocked look, the jewel tone is in the most important spot — up around your face. Sapphire blue is cool, and very wintry, making it a perfect pick for the season. Wear this poncho with jeans or pants (cream if you’re still feeling the winter white vibe) and your favorite ankle boots. We really think a long pendant necklace would finish this look off nicely. Priced at $148.

4. Ravishing Ruby Red Jumpsuit

5 Rich Jewel Tones to Break Up the Black: Friday Finds

This jumpsuit is hot, hot, hot! Partly because of its color, but also because it’s surprisingly versatile. Red is sexy, spicy, and pairs well with black, which is exactly what we would recommend wearing. Black pointed toe pumps, a black blazer, and your trusty handbag will have you ready for the office. Pair it with the same shoes, a sparkly clutch, some statement jewelry, and no jacket, for the perfect day-to-night look. Priced at $168.

5. Screaming Citron Flutter Dress

5 Rich Jewel Tones to Break Up the Black: Friday Finds

Mustardy citron is a flattering and unique color that’s perfect for winter and summer wear. This dress can easily do both, depending on the accessories. Patterned tights plus ankle boots and a warm structured coat would be perfect. Then, when spring rolls around, pull it back out and show off the adorable open bow-back detailing. When you can buy a piece that serves double-duty it makes the purchase seem so much more worthwhile! Priced at $148.

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