Finally, after a longer than usual freezing winter, spring and the light nights are here.
OK, so it’s hardly slightly tropical out there, but the sun is making an appearance and hopefully we’ve not got long to wait till it warms up and all the spring flowers start appearing.
I love this season, as it sees the long awaited return of colour in both nature fashion.
Pastels in particular are a brilliant way to subtly reintroduce colour into your wardrobe, especially within your fashion scarves and statement jewellery.
To add a little girly detail to your look why not opt for this stunning pastel ring?
Featuring an oval lilac centre stone, this intricate ring is filled with swirling gold metal and decorated with pale green and pink gemstones. Lovely! It also features diamante studs scattered throughout so you can wear it from daytime till dinner. Why not complement it with a little lavender lip stick and printed pastel scarf for a real spring feel.
Catch up with colour pop necklaces
Casual wear is calling out for more colour this season, so it’s time to brighten up your day with more in your wardrobe. As we know, but sometimes forget, Jewellery can be worn at any time and so no reason to save it all for the evening. Stand out and be gorgeous !!!
This month I’m really enjoying the colour pop trend and am trying to use it as often as possible in my day outfits.
I love this cute multi-row cord friendship necklace, with its silver finishing, ball detail and magnetic fastening – it’s both fun and girly. There are loads of colours, so take your pick and match with your new lipstick – this one is perfect.
A great look is to contrast a couple of colours together to bring out accent colours elsewhere in your outfit or to highlight newly-manicured nails or your hair! Just make sure to grab your sunglasses to fully embraced your colourful, summery new look and add some attitude.
Here is just a small sample of our spring/summer collection>>
Blues in the mix
Get A little tribal
Ebony and Ivory!!
Funk it up!
Brights always right!
So much more at RueB