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You may have noticed that bar necklaces are having a big moment right now—along with ’90s nameplate necklaces. Personally, I love the simple beauty of a gold bar necklace worn alone (as discussed last week), but where there is subtlety, there is spectacular contrast. And for anyone looking for a...

Brittany Siminitz | September 30, 2016 | On Your Market
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Though a bezel setting isn't for every bride, it just goes to illustrate how difficult choosing the right engagement ring can be. To the betrothed who hasn't narrowed down her choices quite yet—or even trickier, the one doing the proposing and shopping on his or her own, sans guidance—the setting...

Brittany Siminitz | September 28, 2016 | On Your Market
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There are statement pieces, and then there are everyday statement pieces. The first iteration is a jewel (or jewels!) that takes your breath away, often seen dangling from the ears of celebrities on red carpets—Cate Blanchett's Chopard Green Carpet wreath earrings worn to the 2014 Golden Globes,...

Brittany Siminitz | September 27, 2016 | On Your Market
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I've gone on before about the significant presence a small piece of jewelry can have, but it was just the other day while walking around that I really saw it exemplified. I passed a woman on the street who was wearing kind of a bulky sweater, a bit voluminous, except it had a low neckline,...

Brittany Siminitz | September 23, 2016 | On Your Market
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Most customers pay a lot of attention to the cut of a stone when shopping for an engagement ring—and understandably so. But I find that when it comes to "fashion" jewelry, it's much more the overall look that fascinates someone as opposed to prioritizing any one particular gemstone cut. And I'...

Brittany Siminitz | September 21, 2016 | On Your Market
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Once again, it's happened. Like it or not, we've been thrust into autumn, despite the awkward weather and longing to hold tight to anything related to summer. For retailers especially, the change in season means major business—holiday business. So instead of reveling in the beauty that is fall, you...

Brittany Siminitz | September 20, 2016 | On Your Market
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The halo is a popular trend in bridal (and probably will be for a long time), but it's also quite the look in fashion jewelry, and has been since before Neil Lane started designing engagement rings for The Bachelor. But the halo that I want to highlight today isn't any ring of diamonds—...

Brittany Siminitz | September 16, 2016 | On Your Market
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The design prowess of Omi Privé—and my subsequent fangirl ramblings about such prowess—has long been documented. An Omi design has the power to make gemstones sing—no really. It's like every piece has its own personality, its own story. Its color has a voice, each curve of metal a journey, every...

Brittany Siminitz | September 14, 2016 | On Your Market
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Turquoise is all but synonymous with summer (at least, that's what I think), so it may seem odd to select this piece to feature given the time of year. But this iteration of Marcel Roelofs' Vario clasp has autumn written all over it, and it's the perfect transitional design as we float into fall,...

Brittany Siminitz | September 13, 2016 | On Your Market
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Remember when it seemed like every celebrity was announcing her engagement with a big yellow diamond? The events obviously sparked a lot of demand for fancy yellow engagement rings, and I think consumers in general started becoming more familiar with them. We've since moved on to rose gold accents...

Brittany Siminitz | September 9, 2016 | On Your Market
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