Valentine Jewelry You’ll Actually Want

February 6, 2013    |    By +
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Let’s face it flowers are nice, but they die in a few days. Candy is delicious, but it gets gobbled up in minutes and all that follows is regret. But, jewelry lasts for years & years, just like his love!

So, if you are trying to give him a subtle hint or two about what jewelry you want this Valentine’s Day, I’ve put together a few of my favorite baubles for this season.

Stacked bracelets are where it’s at this season. This means you can mix lots of bracelets and watches together to make your own unique wrist statement. But, he doesn’t need to put that all together for you. He could just get you a pretty statement bracelet or better yet, a set of stacked bracelets. Even if the trend goes way, any of these bracelets will stand on their own for years to come.

Rose gold is still coming on strong & makes a great gift for women looking for something different, as long as rose gold looks good with her complexion; which is anything other than fair yellowish skin. Personally, I love the rich vintage look of rose gold jewelry, although my fair skin isn’t made to wear it well.

Another great trend that you will always be able to go back to is long stranded necklaces. They can dress up anything from your LBD (little black dress) to your jeans and sweater. Or, to mix it, up you can double wrap it around your neck for a shorter, layered look.

What jewelry are you wishing for this Valentine’s Day? Comment below!

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