One of our favourite parts of summer is all the sunglasses we get to choose from! From classics to new trends to avantgarde styles and everything in between, it’s like being an extremely stylish kid in a chic candy store. Sunnies smorgasbord, here we come!
Ray-Ban Erika Classic Tortoise
You just don’t mess with a classic! We loved Ray-Bans way back when and they’re still just as darling today. Much less Men in Black and much more Woman in Chic, Ray-Bans are here to stay.
Oliver Goldsmith’s Audrey
Oliver Goldsmith is the epitome of Old Hollywood glamor with many of his styles featured in our favourite movies. The Audrey is aptly named after the one and only Hepburn and are the perfect pair of sunnies that say va va voom. Big, black, and beautiful.
Chanel Butterfly Sunglasses
Sometimes a glamazon needs a little cat eye in her life. And, …
From spicing up your look to signifying status, jewelry has always been interesting to humans. Precious metals dug from the earth and even mesmerizing pearls found under the water have been a fascination to humans for a long time. There is jewelry for different occasions and in different price ranges. It can cost from a few dollars to millions of dollars, so there is sure to be some kind of jewelry for everyone out there.
Make sure to regularly polish your metal jewelry. Over time it begins to collect dirt, oil and dust and that affects its sheen and overall appearance. This makes the jewelry look worn and old. Go ahead and refresh those pieces using some simple polish to make them look like brand new again.
Don’t spend a lot of money purchasing cheap costume jewelry. Costume jewelry does sell in more designs and cost significantly less than fine …
Buying jewelry for a loved one can be a stressful experience. Lessening the stress and allowing the buying experience to be a happy one can be very beneficial to both the buyer and the seller. This article gives you a multitude of methods to help you be more confident and less stressed when buying your jewelry.
When buying a diamond from a jeweler, make sure that you understand what kind of stone you are purchasing. Do not buy a stone based on seeing it against a black or dark background. This is a seller’s ploy to making it appear more attractive to your eye. You will get a truer view if you ook at it under magnification.
When buying diamonds, do not fall for the selling ploy of deceptive jewelry lighting. Many of these have quartz or halogen bulbs. The kinds of lights they emit can really make stones appear …