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Fall Trends

Sep 21, 2016

It’s that time of year again. The weather is cooling down, students are back at school, football has started back up again, and everything is changing colors. It’s time for a change of wardrobe, and along with that comes new accessories. At a time when everything around is turning different shades of green, yellow, orange, and red, fall wardrobes tend to include many of the same colors in clothes and accessories. Much like the varying colors that will happen during the month of September, the month’s birthstone is a gemstone of varying colors. According to GIA, September’s sapphire stone, part of the corundum family, is not always blue, and can also include green, yellow, orange, pink, and purple colors, known as “fancy sapphires.” Samuelson’s has an array of jewelry with sapphire stones perfect for the month of September and the rest of the fall season.

Diamond Fiori Pink Sapphire Ring

Diamond Fiori Pink Sapphire Ring

Diamond Oval Sapphire Filigree Ring

Diamond Oval Sapphire Filigree Ring

Another annual pattern of nature we always notice are when the autumn leaves around us change colors and eventually fall to the ground beneath us. Leaves are hard to miss and are everywhere at this time of year, and often times leaves are the inspiration for a variety of jewelry pieces. This gorgeous yellow gold ring with leaf designs is a perfect accessory for the fall season.

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Yellow Gold Leaf Ring

So this year when you shop for your fall sweaters and scarves, be sure to seek out some colorful jewelry for the most colorful season.

Featured image of Patterson Park courtesy of www.livejournal.com

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