Most garnets have a rich red color. Green & Blue are great & you'll end up with the most harmonious, complementary, and eye-catching combinations.
The range of purples that make up February's birthstone is wide. Use yellow, which is just across from purple on the color wheel, to complement amethyst.
Because of its soothing blue-green color, aquamarine is often associated with the ocean. Choose a pastel shade, particularly a very pale orange, to complement the March birthstone.
Diamonds are a timeless accessory that can be worn anywhere, from a formal wedding to a casual coffee with friends. Diamonds are most noticeable when worn with a black outfit.
Pink looks great with emerald and won't make the room feel too festive. In the color wheel, pink is opposite green.
Pearls are classic and sophisticated, so they combine well with bold hues. Wear with a dress of any hue for stunning effect.
You can't go wrong with a traditional combination of this birthstone and red lipstick. You can never go wrong by coordinating your reds.
The pastel green of the August birthstone, the peridot, pairs beautifully with lavender. A striking ensemble might be put together with clothing of any fluorescent hue.
Although while sapphires may be found in a wide range of colors, the most popular and valuable are the ones with a deep royal blue hue. Combine your gems with a green outfit.
As opal can mimic any hue, the possibilities are practically endless. Use a delicate mint green to complement the opal's faint pink undertones.
Stones with warm tones should be paired with cold blue garments. Both hues will shine brighter in this combination.
Wear a blue topaz with a warmer hue, like red or orange, to complement its cool tone.