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Red Carpet Jewelers: Vogue goes Neutral

With the holiday season rushing up on us, it can be hard to stay on top of ever-changing jewelry trends. You've got your store to decorate, part-time employees to train, events to manage, hours to extend and schedules to juggle...and that's not even factoring in the increase in traffic to your store!

Fear not! The Red Carpet Jeweler blog team is here to help you stay on top of the trends that people are talking about. And right now, whether you're in the jewelry industry or the clothing industry, there is one thing that is certain: Vogue magazine is always on cutting edge of style.

Red Carpet Jewelers: Vogue goes Neutral Vogue-RoseGold-AnitaKoThis month, Vogue is featuring natural, neutral colors: "You can make a big statement by dressing softly this season in whites, beiges, and tan hues that blend seamlessly into any wardrobe."

In the Top 10, number three is 14 karat rose gold stud earrings from Anita Ko. If your customers follow Vogue fashion as much as others do, neutral jewelry like this is clearly in fashion and worth highlighting in your store.

AT: 11/09/2010 04:38:16 PM   LINK TO THIS ENTRY

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