February is often thought to be one of the most romantic months of the year, with Valentine’s Day prompting a plethora of red roses, pink hearts, declarations of love and even proposals of marriage. As such, it’s almost guaranteed that wherever you look on the high street during February there will be LOTS of red and LOTS of pink – both colours associated with passion, romance and love.

Red and pink, which never used to be worn together, have recently become an acceptable colour combination. In theory they clash, but when mixed together in the right way they can make a real style statement, especially in jewellery.


Block Colours

Probably the boldest statement you can make with this colour combination. Wearing bold jewellery is great if you wear a neutral colour as the background in your clothing. For example, Amadoria’s bold red and pink Talya necklaces look gorgeous with grey, navy, black, cream and white.



Subtler Shades

Most of us will imagine a bright pink and a vibrant red when we consider these colours, but remember you can opt for paler, subtler shades if you prefer. Mixed with silver it works really well as with the Pastel necklace.



Red or pink earrings, necklaces or bracelets are all good ways to introduce colour into your outfit without it feeling too overpowering. So if you shy away from colour in your clothing, pop it in your jewellery.

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