Ella Fitzgerald once sang “I never knew the charm of spring/I never met it face to face/I never knew my heart could sing/I never missed a warm embrace/ Til April in Paris”. There is no other city as iconic as Paris, France and this song originally form the 1930s from the play captures the alluring charm that draws people to the city of love from all over the world. It sort of makes you want to ride your bike through misty rain at midnight. If it is the food or the fashion or the gorgeous sights, there is always something to do in the beautiful city in France.
April babies are probably the luckiest when it comes to their gemstone because it is the most sought after. Yes, we’re talking about diamonds (but you could probably tell that from the title of this blog post). To form diamonds, all they need is 725,000 pounds of pressure, 1 to 3.3 billion years, and high temperatures unlivable for anything with a pulse. Also, these gemstones are harder to find because they’re hidden miles deep in the Earth, so yeah…. they’re expensive for a reason.
Diamonds for a very long time have been associated with healing and everlasting love because of their strength. Diamonds are so strong, they can only be cut with other diamonds or lasers. Because of this and the intense light they reflect, ancient civilizations believed that diamonds had healing powers to cure diseases and cleanse blood.
Check out our list of gifts for that April baby you know below:
Who is the only person in the entire world that developed you in a womb? That’s right! It’s your mother! The most important person in someone’s life is their mother and with Mother’s Day coming up, it is important to show how much you love her with the perfect piece of jewelry. Whether it’s a necklace, some earrings, or a bracelet, show your mom how much you appreciate her for everything she’s done for you, because, after all, she deserves a little something back for wiping your baby butt all of those years.
The film industry during the 1950s was a thriving and extremely successful industry that produced some of the most famous actresses in the world of performance, some of which were iconic for other reasons like style, music, or the fact that they were a mega celebrity. We have compiled a list of actresses that were known for their beauty as well as the diamonds they were never seen not wearing. Whether it was huge engagement rings, stellar necklaces that draped collarbones, or icy bracelets, check out our list of famous old Hollywood starlets and their jewels.
The diamond engagement rings on these celebrities are ones to envy no more! What once seemed unobtainable, is now possible because we have compiled a list of engagement rings that are similar designs to rings your favorite stars. With beautiful designs like halo, solitaire, cushion cut, emerald cut, etc. we found it! Be as iconic as the ladies in popular culture and check out our list below!
The movie that has the world inspired to be an absolute hopeless romantic with excellent spontaneous dance skills has even had us pulling diamond engagement ring inspiration out of their magic hat. But of course, that film is La La Land. La La Land‘s lead Mia is portrayed by the elegant and lovable Emma Stone. Mia has a simple and sweet style to her that is pleasantly obtainable and we couldn’t help but try to find the perfect engagement ring that matches her clothing style and setting. Scroll down to see what we found.
Georges Méliès was one the most innovative and prolific filmmakers of his generation. In the late 1800s, Méliès began his artistry, quickly establishing admiration and respect as he was the first filmmaker to successfully form stories, build gorgeous set designs, and most notably for creating illusions with jump cut and other tricks that sparkled and made his audience fall in love. His most popular film was released in 1902 and was called Le Voyage dans la Lune, also known as, A Trip to the Moon. We couldn’t help but make some comparisons to some of our favorite pieces of diamond necklaces, diamond earrings, diamond bracelets, and diamond rings collection. During this golden age, jewelers pulled inspiration from ancient civilizations to develop this nouveau style using fine diamonds, silver, and gold with geometric shapes. Shapes that particularly became a massive craze were moons and stars. Here are some starry-eyed diamond necklaces that are sure to stand out and throw you back to the French gold age of dreams and glamour.