Post # 61
My everyday jewelry is pretty simple: my wedding set, Apple Watch, diamond pendant necklace given to me by my husband for our first Valentine’s Day, diamond stud earrings given to me by my in-laws as a wedding gift, and a Judith Ripka bracelet given to me by my mom.
From time to time I wear some fun costume pieces (Kendra Scott mostly) to spice up my outfits!
Also, I love the Cartier bracelets, but the price makes me want to vomit! Lol
Post # 62
pnwlove : Yes cartier pieces are so beautiful, but the prices are so outrageous. I cant decide if i want to get an an actual nice watch or an apple watch. The apple watches are so neat
Post # 63
- Wedding: August 2016 - Temecula, California
I use to wear only Tiffany everything! After getting engaged, I started collecting more fine jewelry my husband would get me for holidays, birthdays, other important dates, random presents etc.
My typical everyday set:
Everyday I wear my wedding set, diamond earrings, diamond rhr, Tiffany necklace, and my Apple watch. Everything except my Apple watch and wedding set get switched around depending on my outfit for the day, and sometimes I’ll add a Tiffany bracelet, but this is what I would say I wear most often.
Here is what I wear when I wear red lol:
Natural ruby earrings, lab created and white sapphire necklace, wedding set, garnet and diamond rhr, apple watch, and garnet bracelet.
Post # 65
I usually wear one of two necklaces, a Tiffany diamond pendant in sterling silver or a unique gold chain from Nordstrom’s. I also found really cute earrings from Etsy (minimalist magnolia) in silver and gold so swap out depending on necklace. I also have a nice pair of Tiffany pearls.
Etsy minimalist magnolia tiny circle earrings
Post # 66
gray15 : If you want a watch to be a watch, invest in a nice watch. If you are more interested in fitness tracking, seeing your texts, setting an alarm clock, etc, go for the Apple Watch! I love mine, but rarely use it to tell time. 🙂
Post # 67
gray15 : I figured that if I bought an Apple watch it would probably be outdated within a few years as new models come out and the tech improves and changes, whereas if I spent about twice as much I could get a watch that should last a lifetime. So I bought an entry level automatic watch in a classic simple style that I hope to have for years to come. But my husband loves his Apple watch so I’m certainly not knocking them, just a personal choice!