Gift Guide: Jewelry

When in doubt, give jewelry. Trust us, it is a no-fail gift. Sure, it’s easy to miss the mark in terms of style, but if you keep it simple, what gal wouldn’t love a funky new pair of earrings? What mom wouldn’t gush over a handpicked necklace? It makes a person feel very special that such thought and care was put into picking a piece out just for them. You don’t need to bust the holiday budget, either, although that little blue box from Tiffany will certainly set hearts aflutter. And there is a style of jewelry out there for every person roaming this Earth. Grungy? Sophisticated? Whimsical? We’ve got you covered. The best part about giving someone jewelry is -duh- they will wear it, and probably for a long, long time. So when they glance at their reflection or get dressed in the morning, they will be reminded of you and your generosity. (Not to mention your good taste.)

Follow Me on Pinterest | Posted: 14 Nov, 2011 by Rene

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  • Tory Burch Foundation Charm Bracelet

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    Looking to charm a special lady this holiday season? Give her the perfect combination of a designer-made, attractive and altruistic piece of jewelry all in one fabulous bracelet. High-impact yellow gold and enamel charms feature Burch’s favorite things, and all proceeds benefit the designers foundation. Charmed, I’m sure.

    $295 at Tory Burch | Buy

    | Posted 18 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Isis Gold Retangle Tag Necklace

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    Personalize a handcrafted necklace for someone special to wear and fondly think of you. The gold tag can be hand-stamped with a date, initials, a name or special (very short) message. Lapis and malachite accent the warm, gold tones of Isis, making this necklace a delicate and charming show-stopper.

    $79 at Three Sisters | Buy

    | Posted 18 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Natural Wood Ring

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    Maybe she isn’t into shiny metals and would prefer her jewelry be a bit more muted than most pieces out there. This rustic but sharp-looking wood ring fits the bill and keeps things stylish. Re-purposed birch makes this ring unique with a grid pattern designed to be interesting from all angles- and we couldn’t agree more.

    $10 at Diamonds Are Evil | Buy

    | Posted 18 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Elsa Perretti Bean Bracelet

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    Not just any ordinary bean, this signature bean from Elsa Perretti is black jade set in sterling silver. An attractive alternative to one of Tiffany & Co.’s best sellers.

    $290 at Tiffany & Co. | Buy

    | Posted 18 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Glass Cluster Ring

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    Beautiful, completely unique and one-of-a-kind. Remind your of your gift recipient? Give a gorgeous, handmade glass ring that is as stunning as it is interesting. The glass cluster resembles coral and adds color and a dash of funkiness to one lucky gal’s ring finger.

    $40 at Urban Revisions | Buy

    | Posted 17 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Bing Bang Bravery Cuff

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    Sometimes you need your accessories to serve as a reminder. This antiqued brass cuff from Bing Bang is embossed with one straightforward word: Bravery. Know anyone going through a tough time? This cuff is a great gift for a person who needs some extra encouragement but who would shy away from jewelry that is too showy.

    $85 at Shopbop | Buy

    | Posted 17 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Twisted Circle Earrings

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    A modern take on a simple and classic everyday earring. Matte white gold and twisting circles make this pair soft and appealing, and perfect for someone who wants to wear earrings that go with everything and aren’t fussy. Simply lovely.

    $17 at Lilli Dolli | Buy

    | Posted 17 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Tiny Enameled Locket

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    Teeny, tiny lockets pack a shiny, colorful pop. These little enameled necklaces by Trois Petits Points are cute enough on their own, or you could layer on a few brightly-hued lockets to pack more punch. The glossy enamel really stands out against the softness of the brass chain. Question is, whose mini photo will you keep around your neck?

    $60 at Spartan | Buy

    | Posted 17 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Rose Badala Necklace

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    Get spicy in Moroccan-inspired rose gold. A beautiful open design with enough interest to make it special, but simple enough to wear with everything. A great necklace for a girl with a love of travel and adventure.

    $180 at Kira Kira By Suzanne Somersall | Buy

    | Posted 15 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Duepunti Black Silicon & Diamond Ring

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    Sporty and sparkle-y in one ring. A stretchy black silicone bands sports a brilliant cut diamond, bringing a little bling to your active adventures. Diamonds are a girls best friend, after all.

    $98 at Boutique to You | Buy

    | Posted 15 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Leather Reminder Bow Earrings

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    Petite bows made from metallic leather ribbon make these earrings both precious and edgy, but not too much of either. The leather and gold post will last for ages- longer than she’ll need a reminder.

    $45 at by boe | Buy

    | Posted 14 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Alba Bracelet

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    She might not be into a lot of glitter and flash, but any gal will appreciate a durable and attractive bracelet that adds a hint of equestrian flair. Italian leather and a sterling silver (or gold) riding clasp make this bracelet sturdy and timeless- not to mention rich-looking. The Alba is available in a plethora of colors, too- buy her a few to match her passing moods.

    $140 at DiMacci | Buy

    | Posted 14 Nov, 2011 by Rene
  • Geneva Gold Necklace

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    A golden cornucopia of beautiful beads in warm amber tones- who wouldn’t want this gorgeous necklace? The Geneva will warm up any winter-pale skin and get you glowing. The silk tie is easy on skin and adds to the luxe richness of this bold bib necklace.

    $225 at Roberta Roller Rabbit | Buy

    | Posted 14 Nov, 2011 by Rene