Here Is Why You Should Gift Yourself A Diamond

A woman embodies many roles in her lifetime. She is a loving daughter, a caring sister, a soulmate to her husband and a doting mother to her child, she carries out each of her roles with effortless grace and compassion.

While she might never give her contributions much thought, but it is never too late to give yourself a pat on the back and reward yourself for being the epitome of love and selfless care and what better way to do it than with a diamond that shines as brilliant as you. This shine becomes a few notches brighter when you buy it for yourself as it shows your independence and self-sufficiency.

 

 

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A Silver Bracelet Is A Stylish Staple

It may surprise you that of all the pieces of jewellery you own (or hope to own or hope to buy), the sexiest piece is the bracelet. While undoubtedly anything that draws the eye to the neck rates as alluring, the wrist is an unexpected sensual part of the body. In fact, in the acclaimed A.S. Byatt novella Angels and Insects naturalist William Adason, unhappily married to the perennially pregnant Eugenia, secretly thinks of spinster Matty Cromwell’s “busy wrists,” and it is his later confession of this to her that is an admission of love.

 

 

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Things To Consider When Buying Jewellery for Valentine’s Day

Besides chocolates and flowers, jewellery is one of the most popular gifts for Valentine’s Day. But, just because it is a safe gift choice, doesn’t mean you should wait until the last minute to get the first thing you see. In fact, there are a few important things to consider before you purchase jewellery for this day of love. Here’s our jewellery gift guide for Valentine’s Day.

 

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Insure Your Engagement Ring For Peace-of-Mind & Protection

In the classic Nora Ephron-penned 1986 film “Heartburn,” directed by Mike Nichols, there’s a titular scene. But, for those who do not remember — New York writer Rachel Samstat (Meryl Streep), pregnant and mother to a toddler, is living with her father after she left her cheating husband, Mark Forman (Jack Nicholson). While on the subway, she notices an unsavory sort nearby, and she twists her diamond engagement inward, towards her palm. Despite her best efforts, when she reaches her destination, group therapy, the guy on the subway robs each of the patients in the group, including Rachel. She very reluctantly gives up her ring to the thieves. As he departs, he says, “I’m really sorry about your ring, lady,” to which Rachel replies, “It’s all right.”

 

 

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