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Spring hasn’t even arrived yet, and the fashion world is already looking forward to fall. Pantone recently released its Fall 2017 Fashion Color Report, a semi-annual rundown of the top 10 trending colors in clothes, jewelry and accessories for the coming season. The colors serve as a touchstone throughout the season for retailers and fashionistas alike.

According to Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, “the color palette for Fall 2017 leans more to warmth.” It also pairs “classic autumnal shades” like plum and navy with more unexpected hues for the season, like pale pink and bright blue. 

Here are the hottest colors for the upcoming fall season and the jewelry to wear with them.



At the top of the Pantone’s list is Grenadine, a strong warm red they describe as a confident and self-assured attention-getter. When you’re wearing this stand-out color, opt for neutral diamonds or pearls. If you’re looking for something a little more eye-catching, go with a dramatic black onyx necklace or ruby ring.

Navy Peony


Navy serves as the perfect backdrop for all kinds of gems and metals, including emeralds, jade, peridot, sapphires, citrine, topaz, turquoise, pearls, yellow gold and platinum.

Neutral Gray


Rose quartz, rubies, sapphires, emeralds, turquoise, pearls and white gold all play well with Neutral Gray.

Tawny Port


Citrine, emeralds and yellow gold jewelry go best with this rich, dark plum shade. 

Ballet Slipper, Butterum and Autumn Maple

Pair these soft, neutral shades with the bright colors of peridot and blue topaz for a perfectly balanced fall look.

Shaded Spruce and Golden Lime


These beautiful greens pair stunningly with yellow gold, rubies, sapphires, pink sapphires and pink tourmaline. 



Like its navy blue counterpart, Marina goes with just about everything, including pearls, pink sapphires, pink topaz, rubies, emeralds, peridot, sapphires, turquoise, yellow gold and platinum. 

Fall Wedding Jewelry


If you’re looking to add a little color to your fall wedding ensemble, jewelry is the perfect place to do it.

If you’re looking for your “something blue,” try choosing something in Marina or Navy Peony by looking for sapphire, blue opal, blue topaz and turquoise.

The greens, Shaded Spruce and Golden Lime, can be incorporated with emeralds, green garnets and peridot.

Grenadine, the sizzling red shade, can be worn as ruby and garnet.

Ballet Slipper translates to opal, pearl and rose quartz, while amethyst and spinel represent Tawny Port.

The buttery browns of Butterum and Autumn Maple can be found in more unusual gems, such as citrine.


Pearls, moonstone and mother of pearl round out the offerings in Neutral Gray. 

To find jewelry in all the hottest shades for fall, visit Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.


At Eiseman Jewels, we search the world over to bring you the best in fine jewelry and timepieces. And each year, our travels take us to Las Vegas for COUTURE and JCK, two exclusive jewelry industry events that provide a glimpse of the latest offerings.


Every summer at the luxurious Wynn Las Vegas, the who’s who of the luxury jewelry and timepiece market gather for COUTURE, where more than 4,000 top-tier buyers from the world’s most distinguished retailers meet to connect and collaborate with legacy brands, emerging designers and media outlets. It’s the only showcase in the country offering a curated collection of more than 200 preeminent jewelry designers and brands.

About JCK

JCK Las Vegas is the leading event for jewelry professionals in North America. Each year, more than 23,000 retailers and 2,300 exhibitors from around the world meet at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino to peruse pieces from domestic and international designers, attend networking events, take part in educational sessions and strengthen business relationships.

Takeaways from this year’s COUTURE and JCK events

Fashion trends

The jewelry industry has seen a recent influx of simple, modern pieces. We saw thinner, smaller, more tailored styles with a strong influence of rose gold and plenty of colored gemstones. For daytime, think easy-to-wear, less formal pieces. Choker and lariat necklaces were in vogue. We spotted plenty of feminine motifs, such as feathers and butterflies, and linear earrings and stackable rings and bracelets rounded out the offerings.

Bridal trends

Halo engagement rings are still extremely popular, and the trend shows no signs of diminishing. Similar to the fashion jewelry world, simple, traditional, classic styles are making a comeback for bridal jewelry. Lots of couples are opting for vintage looks with a unique twist, such as hand-engraving on the shank.

Some of our favorite new finds from this year’s events:

Dainty diamonds and gold from Katie Decker


Lariat Necklaces

new lariat


To see more of the treasures we discovered on our travels, visit Eiseman Jewels in NorthPark Center in Dallas.


Movie awards season has come and gone, and it all culminated in the most glamorous night of the year: the Academy Awards. This year’s crop of new stars and enduring Hollywood favorites certainly didn’t disappoint in the jewelry department at the 88th annual Oscars ceremony.

Here are the biggest jewelry trends we spotted on the red carpet.


Kerry Washington went vintage with these 42-carat platinum and diamond earrings made in 1963.

Sofia Vergara matched her diamond and sapphire earrings to her deep blue gown.

Best Supporting Actress winner Alicia Vikander’s sparkling accents came in the form of these beautiful diamond earrings.  


SUTRA JEWELS – Actress @JoanCollins arrives at the 2016… | Facebook

Actress @JoanCollins arrives at the 2016 @VanityFair Oscar Party in SUTRA Columbian Emerald ring in February 28, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.


Joan Collins showed off a stunning Colombian emerald ring by Sutra.

Whoopi Goldberg rocked an unusual pearl and diamond octopus ring that wrapped up her wrist.

Charlize Theron donned an incredible 48-carat diamond pendant necklace set in platinum.

Best Actress winner Brie Larson even wore diamonds in her hair—it was the Oscars, after all.  



Priyanka Chopra shone bright in 50-carat diamond drop earrings.

Performer Lady GaGa wore a pair of classically glam 90-carat emerald-cut diamond drop earrings.  



Margot Robbie’s red carpet bling included a pair of 17-carat hoop earrings, a 6-carat yellow pear-shaped diamond ring and a 3-carat diamond eternity band, all set in 18-karat white gold.

Rachel McAdams paired her silk emerald gown with a pair of shoulder-length diamond earrings.

Jennifer Lawrence wore 47 carats of diamond beads set in 18-karat white gold, a delicate pair of diamond stud earrings and a 12-carat diamond ring set in 18-karat white gold.  


Not to be outdone by their female counterparts, the guys also brought their A-game to the red carpet. Chris Evans donned a IWC Portugieser in Red Gold Ardoise Dial watch, and Dev Patel had on a IWC Portugieser Automatic in stainless steel.

#Oscars2016 moderators and #IWC Brand Ambassadors #DevPatel and #ChrisEvans (@chrisevanstime) were spotting a Portugieser Automatic and a Portugieser Hand-Wound in red gold. #Oscars

“#Oscars2016 moderators and #IWC Brand Ambassadors #DevPatel and #ChrisEvans (@chrisevanstime) were spotting a Portugieser Automatic and a Portugieser…”

Brian d’Arcy James from Best Picture winner “Spotlight” completed his look with a Clifton 10057 watch from Baume & Mercier.

Brian d’Arcy James on Twitter

Time for #Oscars @SpotlightMovie @THR pic.twitter.com/UBpRIPW5SZ

Tom McCarthy, who took home Best Original Screenplay for”Spotlight,” completed his black tie look with the Geophysic True Second by Jaeger-LeCoultre.

Last night, #TomMcCarthy chose the #Geophysic® True Second to complete his black tie look during @TheAcademy Awards Ceremony where he won 2 #Oscars. Congratulations to him! #JLCandCinema #JaegerLeCoultre #SwissMade

“Last night, #TomMcCarthy chose the #Geophysic® True Second to complete his black tie look during @TheAcademy Awards Ceremony where he won 2 #Oscars….”

Shop these red carpet trends and more at Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

Jewelry Trends

Beautiful clothes call for equally stunning accessories. From chokers and chains to leather and crystal, let’s take a look at the jewelry trends that are sure to dominate 2015.

Jewelry Trends

Roberto Coin Cuff

Metal Cuffs: Clean, simple, modernist—metal cuff bracelets are big for spring. The metal medium allows designers to get artful with carved effects, textures and finishes. And statement-making pieces pair well with the minimalist-inspired fashions that are also hot right now.

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Gucci Marina Chain Collection

Long Chains: When you think of chain necklaces, you probably think of the standard gold. This year, take it a step further—designers certainly did on the spring runways, with metallic, plastic, wood, leather and textile chains that sometimes even reached knee-length.

Jewelry Trends

Monica Rich Kosann

Delicate Minimalism: Delicate, dainty and chic jewelry designs prove that less really can mean more.

Jewelry Trends

Katie Decker Century Tree Pendant

Pendants: Pendants make for an easy way to double up on the trends—get them in crystal or brass, and wear them with those elongated chains. Or you can update your current collection by simply adding a pendant (or two, or three) to chains you already have in your jewelry box.

Jewelry Trends

Oromalia Bracelet

Hippie Chic: The ’70s came calling on spring runways with chunky, earthy pieces made streamlined. Think owls, beads, feathers and fringe—or stylized geometric forms like zigzags or circles.

Jewelry TrendsCrystals: From Balenciaga’s crystal chokers to Dolce & Gabbana’s crystal flowers to Givenchy’s crystal collars, the runway was covered in crystals. Besides being wildly popular, they’re a great way to shed new light on your jewelry wardrobe.

Embrace the top trends for 2015 with a piece from Eiseman Jewels.



Fashion is ever-changing, and it can be difficult to keep up with what’s hot. To help you stay in style this season, the specialists at Eiseman Jewels have compiled a list of some of the latest jewelry trends straight from the runways. Here are some of their favorites:


Fluid Motion: Fringed and tasseled jewelry that sways as you move is popular this season.

Hip Hoops: Oversized bamboo-style gold hoops, stacked bangles and bulky chokers make for a bold, trendy statement.

Line Up: Geometrically shaped jewelry styles—such as large triangle earrings, hexagon rings, and square pendants—are trending right now.


Give a Hand: Hand pieces—from delicately chained leaves to multicolored cuffs—are being seen on runways and red carpets more and more. These unique pieces make beautiful additions to Christmas and New Year’s Eve party outfits.

Wild Side: The use of leather materials and paired with holiday styles are popular this season.

Crystal Comeback: Dig out your grandmother’s old rhinestone jewelry—vintage floral crystal statement necklaces are returning. Thick crystal chokers are also popular this season.


Going Tribal: The summer trend of tribal-style beaded jewelry continues through the winter season. Consider pieces with a jungle feel, such as an exotic leather wrapped bracelet.

More is Better: Statement rings of dark gems or crystals worn on every finger will add a bold look to any outfit this winter.

Smooth Move: Sleekly smooth golden bracelets, rings and necklaces or mirrored collars will brighten even the dullest winter day.