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3 Push Present Tips: Celebrating Duchess Kate & Moms-To-Be

We’re sure you’ve already heard the news – our favorite style icon Duchess Kate and hubby Prince William are expecting their second child! Prince George’s little sibling should arrive any day now. We’d like to congratulate Duchess Kate and celebrate all moms-to-be, with three tips for the perfect push present (all jewelry related of course). After all, you know mom deserves a gift. Check out our push present tips below, and some of our favorite celeb moms decked out in jewels with their little ones.

Diamond Jewelry

Is mom-to-be’s jewelry style chic and classic like Duchess Kate’s? We’re positive diamonds are the ideal push present for her. We suggest an elegant pair of diamond stud earrings or a diamond encrusted drop necklace or bangle. CLICK HERE to shop for a diamond jewelry push present.

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Pink or Blue Jewelry

Queen Bey loves to accessorize with some major bling and colorful jewelry (her daughter’s name is Blue Ivy…!). If mom-to-be’s jewelry style is in line with celebrity mom Beyoncé’s, then she’d probably love some pink or blue jewelry (pink for a girl and blue for a boy). We suggest a pink or blue pendant or pair of earrings, or if the sex of the baby will be a surprise, then why not get her a ring with both some masculine and feminine colors. CLICK HERE to shop for a pink jewelry push present, and CLICK HERE to shop for a blue jewelry push present.

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Meaningful Mom Jewelry

Celebrity mom Gwyneth Paltrow has several jewelry pieces that she wears often. If this sounds like mom-to-be to you, then we have a feeling she’d like some meaningful mom jewelry. We suggest a mother and child pendant or a boy or girl charm for her charm bracelet (you can add on charms to the collection for special occasions!). CLICK HERE to shop for a meaningful mom jewelry push present.

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The Jewelry Insider

January 3, 2011

Hold on to your hair extensions! Snooki is starting a jewelry line.

As if fist-pumping, hippo-charging and spray-tanning weren’t enough to populate her glittering resume, Jersey Shore’s Princess of Poughkeepsie is adding “bauble designer” to her list of many talents.

DiamondShark.com has partnered with Snooki (nee, Nicole Polizzi) to create the “Snooki Party Ball 2011 Limited Edition Pendant”.

The necklace is identical to the one she wore on New Year’s Eve when she rode inside a giant ball in Seaside Heights, New Jersey – with a plastic red ‘keg cup’ as her other glittering accessory. Nice work.

The pendant features a carat’s worth of created pink sapphires set in a ball silhouette made from polished and rhodium-plated sterling silver on an 18″ chain – and goes for the guidette-friendly price of only $49.

In the sage words of Snooki, herself, she feels we all need one for our own jewelry box because it’s: ‘frickin’ awesome”.

But Snookolytes need to act fast – the Party Ball is only available for a limited time here – although rumor has it this is just the first of a larger collection of smushy Snooki sparkle.

Welcome to 2011, jewelry hounds.

Jewelry Trend Alert: Think Pink!



Jewelry color trends come and go like Paris Hilton’s sobriety. Last year, emerald green was all the rage after Angelina Jolie’s opulent Oscar appearance and this year everything’s coming up turquoise. But one shade is always in style – the hue forever synonymous with all things female…

Pink.


Many jewelry lovers may think pink fine jewelry belongs to the rosy diamond fantasies of royal family tiaras and celebrity ring fingers (remember J-Lo’s pink diamond stunner from Ben Affleck 100 years ago?)


And while pink diamonds occur at price points that are significantly higher than most mortals can afford, there is an alternative:

Pink sapphires.


Most pink sapphire jewelry on the market today is like other must-have commodities in our lives (e.g. Splenda, Hostess products) – they don’t occur in nature. Instead, they are lab-created to mimic the conditions of a natural stone and color treated to generate the desired hue.

In other words, a top color, untreated, natural stone may cost you $20,000 per carat whereas the synthetic (lab created) piece costs about $0.50 per carat before cutting.

And the best part? Most folks don’t know the difference!

I’ve highlighted a few of my favorite created pink sapphire styles from the super sample sale site, JewelClub. And as luck would have it, they just launched a ‘Think Pink’ discount of 15% off for a week, bless their hearts. (Use this special Access Code: INSIDER – to become a member)

Or you can shop from hundreds of pink sapphire styles on sister site, Jewelry.com.

I’m tickled pink by the possibilities! Are you?