Turquoise is a Summer jewelry staple. The bright hue instantly perks up any outfit and adds the right dose of bohemian-cool, which is why we've rounded up three pairs of turquoise earrings that we are lusting over right now. From mixed stones to unique shapes, let these turquoise gems take center stage all season long. On Allison McNamara: Rebecca Taylor dress.View Transcript »
Hi, it's Allison McNamara and you're watching FabSugar TV. Turquoise is a summer jewelry staple, and right now, we're loving bold turquoise earrings. So today, we picked out three pairs to give you that boho look all season long. If you want to achieve that really beachy, boho look. A great way to do that is with coral and turquoise earrings. These are by Dara Ettinger, and we love the mix. So it's got this bezel set agate stone, mixed with this turquoise on bottom. Each pair is unique because they're all made out of natural stone, so each pair can look a little different. This one's got this cool little sparkly hole in the center. We'd pair this with a white long maxi dress and your hair in a loose bun to really show them off. Ralph Lauren is known for than western meets Navaho style and we love these earrings from Lauren by Ralph Lauren. They're made from reconstituted turquoise beads and really pretty movement with these linear drops on bottom. They're set in mixed metal antique silver, and they kind of remind us of a dream catcher. And finally, we have these earnings by Veronica Poblano. They've got this really interesting mix of jet, mother of pearl, coral turquoise and Lapis and altogether, the turquoise really pops against the black with this really unique shape and they have like that Southwestern indigenous feel. We'd wear these with a tee and jeans and a fringe bag to really play up that tribal look. Turquoise is one of those things that never goes out of style. So, it's great place to make an investment. Let me know which pair you like best below and make sure to come back here to FabSugar TV for more shopping tips. I'm Allison McNamara and I'll see you next time.