By Cindy Edelstein
Karin Jacobson’s “Argyle” earrings in sterling silver with bezel-set pink tourmaline simulants, yellow topaz simulants, and square ruby simulants ($270)
There are just those days when you feel a little bit out of balance. In fashion, this is often a good thing because it can inspire you to go rogue and choose jewels that are off-kilter, a little cockeyed and totally, charmingly asymmetrical.

Designers love to play with balance and symmetry, and clients will appreciate the breath of fresh air that comes with mismatched earrings, free-form rings and unique necklaces. Here are 17 styles that will throw customers a delightful curveball.

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