Oh no! You want to propose to your favorite lady in the world — you’ve got the venue ready, you’ve got the ideal place to pop the question, and heck, you’ve even got a camera person ready! But you don’t have the ring yet! You might think you can push that to the last minute, but you’re sadly mistaken if you think a lady won’t notice that her ring, her one-and-only engagement ring, was picked without enough care and attention.
Are we all in love with European style here in the U.S.? Mais oui! From the 1700’s to the runways of modern Milan, the fifty states have always had a fondness for Europe’s chic designs in jewelry and timepieces. Here at Premiere Jewelry Designs, we always swoon when we see pieces from three of our favorite European designers: Henri Daussi, Officina Bernardi, and Cartier.
New York City is one of the main arteries of creativity and design in the jewelry market, and pieces from the Five Boroughs are the talk of the town—the town of Centennial, Colorado, in fact, and the town of Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
Everyone’s been going green, from Cameron Diaz, to Harrison Ford, to the illustrious Daryl Hannah. With that in mind, why not make your wedding an organic affair? People have the skill to create stunning exquisiteness, but nobody can do beauty better than Mother Nature. Make your wedding an organic paradise, and take inspiration from the natural world when choosing your bridal jewelry.
It’s soon to be the most wonderful time of the year! And with festivals like Christmas, Diwali, Hanukkah, and even Chinese New Year (it’s February 16th in 2018), coming to ring in the winter months, there’s no better way to celebrate winter than with some new styles from Michael M that invoke the unique qualities that people love in the three chilliest months in the year.
Ladies, let’s be honest: One of the nicest things about engagements is being able to show off that new sparkle decorating your ring finger. Some women like a more subtle ring and some women prefer a colored stone for their engagement, but there’s just something special about wearing a big, glorious diamond on one’s finger.
While fall lacks the pastel delight of spring, the brilliance of summer, and the cool, dark hermitage of winter, it’s a season that evokes its own unique jewelry combinations. The changing of the leaves and the foods and festivals of the harvest season inspire autumnal shades of soft oranges, gentle metallic colors, and dull reds—as well as inspiration from fall’s favorite flavor: pumpkin spice.
“Help!” You’re saying, “I’m getting married to the greatest guy in the world / the best lady on Earth! But I don’t know what to get him / her for engagement and wedding rings! What should I do about our anniversary when it comes around?” Never fear! Premiere Jewelry Designs has you covered. By scouring the industry for the best retailers and brands around, we’ve been able to put together a little list of pieces that we think will be absolutely perfect for your special someone.
In this post, we’ll be looking at pieces from BARONS Jewelers, an esteemed retailer that’s been supplying California with beautiful jewelry for the past fifty years:
We’ve been talking lately about the looks that women can put together for engagements, summer, and for all seasons. But what we haven’t discussed yet is: guys’ jewelry! Yes, those humble members of the other 49% of the population exist; and yes, they wear jewelry too. But the problem is that the sartorial standards of the more macho sex tend to be, well. Slightly less sparkly than the standards of women. But let’s take a look below, and see if we can find some jewelry styles that can work for both the jar-openiest men in the room and the ladies in their lives that want them to have a little flair.
Bikinis, sunglasses, shorts, and tans: all of these elements are necessary components of any lady’s summer ensemble. But how should a modern-day sun-worshipper arrange her jewelry to match with the rest of her look when June rolls around? Below, we’ll pick a few different pieces and match them with a certain look, and you can judge for yourself: