Anyone looking to see what the trend is all about can come to their West Hollywood showroom to see their more delicate pieces, or learn more about mixing and matching in general.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 17, 2015
According to an article published October 28th by the Today Show, style expert Lilliana Vazquez recently appeared on the program to discuss the latest trend in fine jewelry: thinner, more delicate pieces that can complement one another to create a bold and elegant look.
Los Angeles fine jewelry retailer Louis Saint Dupont notes that, while more traditional pieces of jewelry are still as popular as ever, many jewelry aficionados are seeing the ability to mix and match delicate pieces as a great way to change up their style when the occasion calls for it. Louis Saint Dupont notes that anyone looking to see what the trend is all about can come to their West Hollywood showroom to see their more delicate pieces, or learn more about mixing and matching in general:
- Delicate Pieces – Louis Saint Dupont explains that delicate jewelry doesn’t refer to the breakability of the piece, but rather to the subtle look that it gives off compared to more robust options. They explain that this style is mostly seen with necklaces, pendants, bracelets, and earrings, but can also be seen in fine designer rings as well. Louis Saint Dupont notes that it is not uncommon for diamond rings to be designed with a thinner, more elegant band. They note that this can have a slimming effect on the hand, and often make the diamond look more prominent.
- Complementary Pieces – Because thinner pieces may not stand out much on their own, Louis Saint Dupont explains that mixing and matching different pieces to complement one another is a very common trend in the way people wear jewelry today. They explain that this approach is especially popular with wedding ring sets, which commonly have wedding rings to perfectly complement the engagement ring worn just below it. Louis Saint Dupont explains that their staff is not only knowledgeable about their pieces, but its team has keen artistic eyes capable of matching together some of the finest pieces of jewelry. They also note that, because the delicate pieces tend to have fewer stones than other styles of jewelry, mixing and matching is often much more affordable than people may think.
Louis Saint Dupont notes that their store is a favorite destination for lovers of diamond jewelry, and other types of fine artisan jewelry. For more information about their current selection and prices, interested jewelry enthusiasts can call Louis Saint Dupont today at 800-806-3109, or visit them online at http://www.LouisSaintDupont.com.