Amanda’s Style File: November Glow
These 15 pieces of jewelry celebrate November babies and the hues of citrine and topaz that reflect the colors of the season.
As the seasons change, there also are new beginnings for those celebrating birthdays this month. They are treated to birthstones of topaz and citrine.
For this Style File, the burnt orange hues of topaz and warm citrine are being featured, as it feels like nature has provided the perfect inspiration for November birthstone jewelry.
With Thanksgiving upon us, we find little ways to be thankful and to find beauty in the world around us and these pieces of jewelry can provide just that.
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