Keeping it cool: Chilled colours for ice queen style

There are a number of colours that are must-haves for AW14 and all of them have the same thing in common: they are all about luxury.

Many people seem to think that in order to create a luxurious look for winter you need to wear warmer colours. However, cooler shades can also create a rich look, which is why ice queen style is a must right now.

You can create an on-trend ice queen outfit by working silver tones with a range of colours that create a chilled look.

We've got the perfect jewellery to help you achieve a luxurious look that will help you fit with the season's style.

Aquamarine

This is a great choice if you want to go really cold with your style. Aquamarine is a pale blue colour that looks absolutely stunning beside silver or white gold.

It is available from clear to a beautiful sky blue, fitting with a range of styles and outfits. Whether you want to wear it on its own or team it with diamonds, aquamarine creates a glittering look that will be perfect for a frozen style.

Pieces like this Espirito Santo Aquamarine Solitaire Pendant add a great bit of sparkle to your outfit and will look stunning with other cool colours.

Sapphire

If you want a stronger colour but still want to embrace the ice queen trend, sapphire could offer the perfect option. 

This stone provides a deeper blue tone than aquamarine, creating a stunning contrast against pale gemstones or white metals. It is great for making a statement with a cooler shade and will look beautiful beside silver and grey outfits for AW14.

With the stone being so effective, you can go either big or small with your sapphire jewellery. Pieces like these beautiful Kanchanaburi Blue Sapphire Hoop Earrings can be just as stunning and make as big a statement as large rings or sapphire pendants. 

Amethyst

For those that want to cheat slightly, and rock the ice queen look without going completely cool in your colour choice, amethyst is a great choice.

This stone technically sits on the colder end of the colour spectrum, but it does include red elements that add a bit of warmth to the effect.

Wearing it with white gold or silver means it will work with the trend but sits on the fence between warm richness and cool luxury. It also suits most people's colouring, making it a great choice all round.  

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