Fourth of July is only a few days away, and whether you’re going out of town or having a backyard BBQ, you should do it in style. We’ve accumulated a guide of the perfect patriotic accessories that will match any outfit.
Nothing says Fourth of July quite like the colors red, white and blue. Whether you’re going to be dressed in a swimsuit or a gown, there is nothing better than a new piece of jewelry to add a little sparkle.
These three bracelets are lovely on their own but absolutely breathtaking when combined. The gold details on the ruby and London blue topaz bracelets are timeless and eye-catching. The diamond tennis bracelet is a piece that everyone needs in their jewelry box. It’s chic, classic and will take any outfit to the next level.
If you want lots of shine, but not as many gemstones, John Hardy and David Yurman bracelets are the way to go. These three bracelets effortlessly match any outfit and will add a patriotic pop of color.
Is it really the Fourth of July without fireworks? David Yurman’s Supernova rings encapsulate all of the fun, dazzle and shimmer of fireworks.
Earrings are the perfect accessory to add a vibrant pop of color to your outfit.
The finishing touch for any outfit is the perfect necklace. These red, white, and blue necklaces will ensure that you’re celebrating the holiday in style.
This ruby and diamond necklace will shimmer and shine far beyond this weekend, but for a lifetime of Fourth of July celebrations.
Wearing red already? This Ippolita necklace, with mother-of-pearl and turquoise, is exactly what you need to finish off your all-American look.
As we celebrate the United State’s 245th anniversary, there is truly nothing that could represent tradition other than pearls. Throughout U.S. history, you can find people wearing pearls. If you don’t have your own pearl necklace, there is no better time than now to invest. It’s been proven that they will never go out of style.
Visit us online or at one of our three locations this week to find the perfect Fourth of July accessories. We will be closed on July 5th in observance of Independence Day. We hope that your weekend is filled with family, friends and lots of celebration.