The Jewelry Insider

January 20, 2010


If the Awards Season red carpet is any indication, teardrop-shaped jewelry is a big trend for 2010. From the AMAs to the Golden Globes, Hollywood divas and the stylists who stalk them are choosing the teardrop earring, in particular, to make a statement.

Teardrop-cut stones are a great way to get a big look for less, and Jewelry.com’s retail partner, Sears, has several great styles I found that fit both the fashion bill and your budget.

These sterling silver, CZ show-stoppers are priced to bring tears to your eyes at only $59.99. Perfect for formal wear or even jazzing up the proverbial little black dress.

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Courtney Cox caused jaws to drop with her black sapphire teardrop Golden Globe earrings, and these smokey topaz/brown diamond danglers give the same look for a lot less.

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And how cool is this teardrop necklace made from Champagne crystals and marcasite? Even cooler? The price – at only $89.99. Way to go, Sears!

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And don’t forget to click ‘I Want to Pay Less’ on every product page for additional discounts available only to Jewelry.com members.

There’s no more tears, jewelry hounds, with options like these!

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  1. Jewelry Secrets

    Agreed! Drops always look great in the ear. They give nice curves and tend to dazzle in the light. $89.99 is a great price for that necklace too. I love Marcasite! I’ll hold back the tears… lol

  2. East Village Woman

    Just saw the movie “Loss of a Teardrop Diamond”, speaking of Teardrop earrings — movie is very good, an old Tennessee Williams screenplay dusted off with beautiful Mississippi Delta scenery and a strong cast.

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