There can be no denying the popularity of yellow gold—some may even venture to call it the “it” metal. And with some of the most popular, millennial-and-younger targeting jewelry brands showcasing the majority of their lines in yellow gold, it’s hard to argue with that.
Still, there are many customers who insist their “core” jewelry—engagement rings, wedding bands, a special, everyday pendant—be in white gold or platinum.
Which creates a dilemma. With all of the highly sought-after styles being offered in yellow gold, does one dare to mix and match? Will it look strange, wearing two different metals, when, somewhere along the way, we were taught to don only one at a time?
The answer is no! Are fashion rules even really a thing anymore, anyway?
But for those who simply choose not to mix their yellow metals with their roses or whites, there is a solution, a bridge, if you will: two-tone.
Lo and behold, there is plenty of it. And the exhibitors of the upcoming JCK Tucson 2020 jewelry show are contributing some stellar options to stock.
Wear any of these pieces and you are no longer saddled with the idea of a “metal of choice”—simply, the choice is both (or, in tricolor styles, all of the above). Where it used to feel that two-tone styles were mostly contemporary, designers and brands have perfected a range of aesthetics for all customers’ tastes and preferences.
This is just a small sample of what may be on hand at the desert-setting show, but be sure to add two-tone styles to your must-stock list come February. You’ll be amazed at what you’re bound to find when you visit these fantastic creators at JCK Tucson, taking place Wednesday, February 5-Saturday, February 8, 2020 at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa.