By Hannah Connorton
hannah.connorton@nationaljeweler.com
Suzanne Kalan’s 18-karat rose gold ring features a pear-shaped Swiss blue topaz with baguette-cut champagne diamonds ($10,400).
The 10 colors expected to be hot this fall will soon come into play as summer winds down and the temperature drops.

Twice a year, for spring and fall, color authority Pantone identifies 10 shades that will be prevalent in the fashion, design and technology industries.

“Just as the leaves change in autumn, the consumer will enjoy the ability to change their ‘look’ and try a new approach … for brisk days ahead. The fall 2013 palette allows for that versatility and experimentation,” Pantone Executive Director Leatrice Eiseman said.

Click through this special report to see jewelry that reflects Pantone’s 10 hues for fall.





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