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What to wear with mystic topaz earrings?

Mystic topaz is understated and chic. The stone looks classy, shimmering purple and green in the light. Mystic topaz jewelery can be bought cheaply online, or from your jeweler. This article takes a look at what to wear with mystic topaz earrings to bring out the best in this wonderful jewel.

How to accessorise with mystic topaz

Suitable for evening outfits Mystic topaz looks great for evening wear. Some large, but simple silver-set topaz earrings are fabulous with a black evening dress for that smouldering Audrey Hepburn look. Look out for mystic topaz cocktail rings for a dramatic evening style.
Topaz pendants Topaz pendants also look great matched with topaz earrings. ASDA has an gorgeous 9ct diamond/mystic topaz pendant which is not reduced to a stunning £61.00 and is available from Direct.asda.com. Amazon.co.uk Amazon.co.uk is another good bet for great value jewelery. The Sterling Silver Created Mystic Topaz bracelet by Ladelle Designs is £39.99 from Amazon. You don't have to have a set, just wearing another accessory with the same stone can bring out the shimmer of your earrings. Yellow topaz
Yellow topaz can be a good alternative to mystic topaz. Also known as imperial topaz, yellow topaz is great for earrings, rings and bracelets. Harriet Kelsall designs (Hkjewellery.co.uk) stocks a beautiful gold-set yellow topaz engagement ring which would look fabulous with matching gold-set topaz earrings.

Working the look

Designing the look For those working a simple day look, small mystic topaz studs can lift a basic monochrome outfit, for elegant Chanel-esque chic. A pair of black trousers teamed with a white t-shirt and a black blazer can be made into a stylish work look with a pretty pair of earrings. Avoid adding pendants or bangles with this look as the key is to keep it simple. Alternatively, work a black pencil skirt and white shirt, adding mystic topaz earrings to complete the look. If you have long hair, wear it up to reveal these beautiful, shimmering stones. The colour meaning Mystic topaz is cool in colour meaning that the stone also looks great with an all-black outfit. For a nonchalant gallic look, try teaming black skinny jeans and a black polo-neck with mystic topaz earrings. This look works well with all hairstyles, from flowing 1960s locks to a Jean Seberg crop, or an elegant up-do. All of these will allow your jewelery to do the talking. Whether you like yellow topaz or mystic topaz, this jewelery is understated and wearable both for evening and for everyday wear. *Prices correct as of 10th June 2011

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