Turquoise Jewelry Styles a Must for Spring 2013 Fashion Season

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SilverTribe predicts turquoise jewelry will be a premier pick during the spring 2013 fashion season.

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Turquoise and silver pair extremely well together and are easy to match with casual wear and formal attire.

The top names in fashion are looking ahead to spring 2013 and it looks like turquoise jewelry will be a top pick with style taking a turn toward the Southwest.

According to Glamour Magazine, pairing laid back denim with a chunky silver necklace loaded with turquoise stones are going to make a big appearance next year.

“It’s definitely not too soon to jump on the hottest styles right now,” said SilverTribe Spokesperson Chris Anderson. “In fact, we’re always offering a great selection of the most popular styles on the market and would encourage anyone to drop by and take a look.”

Southwest Jewelry offers a timeless style with plenty of room for modern innovation. Southwest jewelry styles are also available to accommodate any price range.

“Turquoise and silver pair extremely well together and are easy to match with casual wear and formal attire,” Anderson said. “It’s more common to see turquoise paired with other gemstones such as opal or coral, two of our favorites.”

Native American tribes in the region, particularly the Navajo and Zuni tribes, are both known for producing beautiful turquoise jewelry and multicolor selections. Those styles, as well as more contemporary designs are in high demand.

The verdict on the spring fashion season is that casual will rule the day. Native American jewelry will be all that’s needed to take the classic jeans and white tee shirt look to a whole new level.

The top picks to accompany casual wear include squash blossom and link necklaces combined with a chunky pair of turquoise hoop or dangle earrings. Of course, look for matching turquoise and sterling silver bracelets with clusters of little stones or a big chunky turquoise centerpiece.

To learn more about the growing selection of Native American and Southwest jewelry available at SilverTribe, visit the official site at http://www.silvertribe.com.

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