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Fashionista NOW: 10 Gold And Red Jewelry Gift Ideas For Chinese Lunar New Year 2016

Chinese Lunar New Year jewelry gift ideas in gold and red.

Red and gold are two colors you’ll inevitably find the most prevalent come the year of the Fire Monkey. These two go together like garlic and butter it’s hard not to want to circle back to them, especially in jewelry when they look so bomb together.

That said, I’ve rounded up 10 pieces of bling bling – from earrings to bracelets – that you can eyeball for some CNY-themed inspiration. There are beautiful as gifts to surprise your most loved member(s) of the clan or a treat to give to yourself.

Let’s go look and see, shall we?


Red And Gold Jewelry Gift Ideas For The Lunar New Year 2016


80s Vintage Gold Red Earrings


| WearitWellvintage

These are large in size and can be all the statement your earlobes need to get in the mood for the festivities.


Gold Red Beaded Bracelet


| EleriaJewelry

This dainty piece adds a finishing touch to your CNY outfit. Can be customized to a specific wrist size and will sparkle when hit by a light source.


Gold Red Dangle Earrings


| KGeddesJewelry

These statement dangly earrings in the two auspicious colors can transform your dark oriental floral themed look in an instant.


Gold Red Diamond Ring


| ShopClementine

A diamond ring is quite an investment and this one has the best bits. The gorgeous, pear-shaped rose-cut diamond with a stunning, coppery-red hue is handset entirely in 14k yellow gold and set horizontally on a gorgeous, dotted band.


Marsala Gold Beaded Choker Necklace


| IrisBeadsArt

Chokers are much loved but this one takes the jewelry trend out of the box. It is made of marsala red, grey, terracotta and golden beads and has a magnetic clasp.


Red Crystal Gold Bracelet



This bracelet comes in a multi-chain design in gold and red crystals, a perfect accent piece for your party wear.


Red Crystal Gold Lariat Necklace


| ZarinaJewelry

A fan of lariat necklaces or know someone who is? This delicate number will be right up your street. It is made of faceted red Chinese crystals with a gold plated heart charm, gold filled chain and gold plated spring ring clasp. A neckpiece to be worn with a dress that has a deep v-neckline.


Red Leather Gold Chain Bracelet


| fourhandsNYC

Here’s another minimalist take of the two big colors. Made of red leather and gold plated tube and delicate gold ball chain, this bracelet makes for a stunning layering piece or can be worn on its own.


Vintage Wire Wrapped Red Earrings


| graybeardsfinds

The design of these vintage earrings are reminiscent of the trademark Chinese lanterns, a very fitting choice to ring in the year of the Fire Monkey.


Red Golden Disc Earrings


| firesky7

These dangly pair is made of red/gold round discs, crystals and brass beads. The oriental painterly appearance will seamlessly blend into your Chinese New Year party ensemble.


Which of the red and gold bling bling you fancy wearing? Share below – I’d love to know!

I am out with lanterns, looking for myself.Emily Dickinson

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