What’s the latest new jewelry trend? Pyramid Stud Jewelry, of course! The pyramid, a symbol of ancient Egypt, has been experiencing a very modern revival. We have been loving this bold little shape that has shown up on shoes, bags, and of course jewelry.
We just couldn’t resist making some versions of our own pyramid stud jewelry as part of this new jewelry trend, and they turned out gorgeous!
Shiny pyramids of white, yellow and rose gold hang on dainty chains in these delightful pieces. Both the necklace and bracelet look great layered with other charms or on their own.
Starting at just $250.00, this is a great way to stay on trend with the latest craze in jewelry! Enjoy! 🙂
One trend which is perfect for gifting this holiday season is layering and stacking delicate necklaces and bracelets.
Both Anne Hathaway and Kourtney Kardashian among many other celebrities have embraced these latest trends to gorgeous effect! Whether the look is casual or glam, we can all agree we want to start layering asap!
A great way to start a layered look is with a versatile diamond solitaire necklace. A solitaire pendant worn alone is elegant, classic look, but when paired with multiple other necklaces
A trend we’ve be seeing recently is symbols like diamond accented crosses or initials set asymmetrically in mixed metals like white and rose gold. This gives off a charming, effortless effect while being perfect for layering. One pendant can sit off to one side while the other necklaces are centered.
Adiamor’s new bracelets and necklaces are an ideal way to try the layered look. Featuring symbols like crosses and pyramids, the new styles come in white, yellow and rose gold.
All of the necklaces featured at left are under $500.00 at Adiamor.
Easter is this weekend, and Spring is finally here! We’re seeing a profusion of fantastic new wedding trends to be on the lookout for this year. We’ve compiled a short list of our favorite Spring Wedding Trends in 2013 to keep in mind when planning your wedding this year!
The Roaring 20’s have come roaring back, and not a moment too soon! Think deco-inspired designs, old Hollywood glamour, tweeds and tons of sweet details evoking that by-gone era…
Asscher, Asscher, Asscher
Continuing the Vintage love, some of the hottest diamonds right now are Asscher cuts; these distinctive diamonds feature it’s signature X in the center, and their tiered faceting creates a Hall of Mirrors effect that is simply irresistible! Adiamor recommends sticking with a high clarity grade when selecting an Asscher cut diamond engagement ring, as these cuts showcase the clarity and transparency of the diamond much like an Emerald cut.
From cakes to flowers, bridesmaid’s dresses and more, we are totally, utterly in love with Mint this year. A fresh, romantic spin on Pantone’s color of the year, Emerald, the pastel shades of mint is perfect for Spring weddings, especially when paired with shades of pink and gold to provide a gorgeous contrast.
A Rose By Any Other Name…
Rose gold is still going strong as a favorite engagement rings and wedding bands. A
gorgeous alternative to the traditional yellow and white gold and platinum metals couples usually select, rose gold glows with a distinctive luster and is a beautiful way to showcase your dazzling diamond!
We’re seeing TONS of peonies as the bloom of choice to use this year, and brides are mixing it up in a big way by incorporating feathers, wheat, succulents and even kale into their bridal bouquets. The perfect finishing touch is wrapping your stems in ribbon or lace and finishing with a special charm such as an antique brooch, cameo or other item that has special significance.
Backdrops and Photobooths
Whether they’re DIY or made to order, these draping, fluttering backdrops add a dash of whimsy to an otherwise very formal occasion.
Birds are everywhere this Spring, and we couldn’t be happier to tweet about it! Details like feather headpieces, birdy cake toppers, invitations embossed with sweet silhouettes and more continue to pop up everywhere!
What do you think of the Spring Wedding Trends for 2013? Would you incorporate any of them into your wedding? If you could do your wedding all over again, which trend would you love to include? Leave a comment and let us know what you think! 🙂
Pegging the style of your one true love is a pretty nifty trick, and one that most guys have a difficult time nailing, especially when it comes to choosing the one piece of jewelry she’ll wear for the rest of her life. And one question is particularly plaguing: should you go trendy or timeless when you purchase an engagement ring? You’re going to have to consider not only what she likes right now, but what you think she might like down the road (unless you are okay with an upgrade every few years to stay on top of current trends). However, there are a couple of tricks to help you decide whether trendy is the right choice for your special someone.
In truth, you can have the best of both worlds if you do a little research. As it happens, fashions tend to recycle themselves. If you look at wedding rings over the last hundred years, you’ll see that styles that are in vogue today have likely gone in and out of fashion several times. In fact, many rings that are considered modern and fresh have actually been recycled from decades past (although possibly tweaked slightly). Because of this “everything old is new” mentality when it comes to engagement rings, you can get a good idea of which trends seem to stick.
But what if she loves a trend that is tacky? While you can’t really go wrong with a diamond, you may be reticent to purchase a pink or yellow stone just because it is popular now. Or you might find modern settings hideous. Don’t worry too much about things like that.
In short, you really have to consider the sensibilities of your soon-to-be fiancé when you set out to buy her ring. If trendy is what she wants, then you may be best served to show you pay attention to her fashion sense. On the other hand, if you get down on one knee and offer her a gorgeous, classic, Tiffany-style solitaire, what are the odds she’ll refuse to put it on her finger?
When it comes to buying an engagement ring, women have many different criteria. But when contemplating the basic style, there are those who lean towards classic, while others gobble up every passing trend. If you’ve surveyed your girlfriend’s jewelry box but you’re still unsure about what to get her, there are a few things to consider before you buy the ring she’ll wear for the rest of her life.
The most important thing is the stone. Obviously, you’ll want to get a diamond. The setting, including any the band and any accents, are really only there to display the central stone, so that’s what you should focus on first. So you must address the four Cs. Color is a good place to start. While colored diamonds (pink, yellow, blue, even black) have become very popular in recent years, and they can be extremely beautiful, there are a few problems. For one thing, they can be rare and subsequently, carry a heftier price tag. In addition, they will most likely go in and out of fashion, so you can’t expect them to hold their value. Even beyond that, color preference is subject to individual taste, so if you’re considering this as an heirloom piece that will be passed on to your daughter or granddaughter, you may want to ensure that it’s something any woman would wear. Of course you should take your soon-to-be-fiancé’s feelings into account. If she has her heart set on a pink diamond, you’d better get her what she wants. But if you’re unsure, you really can’t go wrong with the traditional, classic, colorless diamond.
If you do decide to go classic, it will probably give your budget a little wiggle room, so use your extra cash to go for a larger stone (higher carat), or better clarity, which will ensure the stone holds its value over time. As for cut, there are several options, but deep, round-cut diamonds offer the most brilliance, which is why they are the staple of the diamond solitaire ring. As for setting, you can go modern or traditional, with a simple band or loads of baguettes, depending on her taste, since it is easy enough to re-set the stone if she changes her mind.