Diamond Jewelry Is a Can't Miss for Your Favorite Valentine
What do women really want for Valentine's Day? Well, candy is nice, but once it's eaten, it's gone - and it has a nasty habit of going straight to the hips. Flowers are beautiful and romantic when they're fresh, but they quickly shrivel up and die. Cards are cute, but they usually end up in the trash the next day.
If you want to be smart this Valentine's Day (and stay out of the dog house), stick with diamond jewelry - it's a "can't miss" proposition. It's lasting ("a diamond is forever"); it's valuable (and holds its value over time); it's romantic, and it's just about the biggest symbol of love and devotion there is. The special woman in your life is sure to treasure it for years to come.
There are literally thousands of diamond designs from which to choose, but unless you really know her style, it's probably best to stay with basic, classic pieces that go with everything and can serve as the foundation of her accessories wardrobe.
Diamond heart pendants are one obvious gift choice for Cupid's day. Give your loved one a heart crafted of gold and studded with diamonds; you can't get much more romantic than that. And there are lots of styles to choose from within the category.
If she's been wearing the same diamond stud earrings for a long time, she'd probably appreciate trading up to a bigger size (or better quality).
A beautiful solitaire necklace is another piece that can go with anything. In our cases, you'll find a great assortment of setting styles and diamond shapes to suit her taste. Three-stone diamond jewelry is another great gift. This style, with its romantic "past, present and future" message is extremely popular right now. The three-stone look started in anniversary rings, but has quickly become one of the most popular engagement ring styles. Three-stone necklaces are also becoming very prominent. The style is also making its way into earrings, bracelets, pins and other jewelry categories.
Of course, the height of romance would be to propose on Valentine's Day. Placing that diamond ring on her finger this February 14 would make it a Valentine's Day she will never forget.
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