Friday, 8 March 2019
Friday, 1 March 2019
#LadyGaga has arrived, please hand her an award for this *LOOK* including a dreamy white-blonde updo and a spectacular 128 karat yellow Tiffany diamond last worn by #AudreyHepburn 💎 #oscars #hair by @fredericaspiras #makeup @sarahtannomakeupA post shared by Allure Magazine (@allure) on
Plenty of Pink
Ok LIVING for this hot pink/bright red story tn!! Would love to have been on this group text 🍒💕 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #oscars #oscars2019 #redcarpet #oscarsredcarpet #celebrity #fashion #angelabassett #rachelweisz #helenmirren #jenniferhudson #lindacardellini #gemmachan #mayarudolph #hannahbeachler #sarahpaulson #movie #popcultureA post shared by Buttered Pop (@buttered_pop) on
Once again, pink made a splash on the red carpet. The rosy shade made the stars glow so graciously. Angela Bassett looked incredible in her bright pink gown, while Jason Mamoa stole the show in his light pink velvet suit. It seems pink is here to stay, so load up on your morganite, pink sapphire, and topaz. And to match this top 2019 Oscar Award jewelry trend, mix pink gemstones with opal accents to create an ultra-feminine splash!
|72095 • Opal & Pink Sapphire|
|87048 • Opal, Pink Sapphire, and Diamond|
Layers of Diamonds
Do you know what pairs well with diamonds? More diamonds. You’re allowed to stack all the sparkle your heart desires when walking the red carpet. It seems Charlize Theron got the memo. Just look at those chunky diamond necklaces complete with diamond, blue sapphire, and emerald earrings. Keep this 2019 Oscar Award jewelry trend alive with diamond cluster bands and pendants.
|124065 • White Gold Diamond Floral-|
Inspired Anniversary Band
|124055 • Rose Gold Diamond Twisted|
Geometric Jewelry Trends
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One of the lesser-noticed 2019 Oscar Award jewelry trends was geometric shapes and designs. Take Emma Stone’s dress, for example. And did you see SZA’s honeycomb-esque diamond choker? What about Amy Adams’ shapely diamond pendant? Keep the sharp angles coming in your gemstone and jewelry designs. Here are four ways to wear this season’s sharpest geometric jewelry trends.
|86916 • White Gold Diamond Art Deco-|
|87074 • White Gold Geometric |
Bold Diamond Bracelets
Wristwear is hardly ever a bad idea, especially on the red carpet. Take Serena Williams’ stacked diamond bracelets, for example. Did you notice Chris Evans’ all-black timepiece and Montblanc cufflinks? Whether it’s leather watchbands or gemstone cuffs, take some time to revisit your wristwear selection.
|653568 • Sterling Silver Curb Scarf|
|BRC447 • White Gold Diamond Line Bracelet|
Wednesday, 20 February 2019
Getting engaged is huge! It is one of the most important decisions you will ever make which is why you shouldn’t rush into it. The next step after getting engaged is to get married which will shape your future and if you are even a little bit unsure about it, you probably shouldn’t get into it…certainly not before clearing out all of your doubts.
Here are some of the points to be considered before taking that major step:
1. What your career goals are
It is crucial for the both of you to discuss about each others’ career goals and how you visualize yourselves moving forward to achieve them. Both of you should respect each others’ career goals while understanding that things won’t always go according to your plans. It’s better to discuss a few things beforehand:
Are you ready to relocate to a different city for your or your partner’s job?
Are you comfortable with each others’ work time commitments?
What to do if one of you loses their job, etc?
2. Your spending habits and finances
When doing the “money talk” it is important to be gentle and move slowly as many of us find it difficult to talk about our finances. Discuss about your debts, savings, budgeting and spending habits because after marriage, you combine your finances which also includes debts (if any). A difference in spending or saving habits doesn’t mean that you aren’t meant to be together. You just have to acknowledge each others’ money attitudes.
3. How you settle an argument
You are going to have differences but how you deal with them will determine the long-term success or failure of your relationship. Argue in a way that is healthy and helps the relationship move forward. While arguing, do not keep your views and thoughts to yourself. Discuss them and find a common ground to work past the disagreement. If both of you refrain from putting out your views, it’s more likely that you will hold grudges and create a toxic environment for your relationship.
4. Whether or not you want children
Don’t just stop at “Do you want to have children?” Go ahead and discuss: When do you want to have them? How many children do you want? How will you afford the new addition to the family? How do you imagine your roles as parents? What type of parents do you want to be?
When it comes to children, it’s important that you are on the same page before getting engaged.
5. If your partner has any addictions like drugs, alcohol, gambling
It is better to be aware of any addiction your partner might be having be it alcohol, drugs, gambling, or anything as such. Finding out about this after having taken the big step doesn’t usually end well. Such an addiction can hinder the future of your relationship.
6. How you both feel about and around each others’ family
Marriage brings two families together which is why it is important that you feel comfortable around each others’ family. At the same time, you have to make sure that your family gets along with their family. If that isn’t the case, it will all be manageable as long as you and your significant other present a united front. So, it is better to know what you are getting into before putting a ring on it.
7. What religion, belief and faith you follow
If the two of you come from different religious backgrounds, it is better to decide on what religion will you be following, how you will celebrate your religious festivals and how the children’s religious education will be handled (if you ever plan to have children).
8. How to divide or take care of the household chores
It is better to set expectations as to how you would like to divide the household chores among each other be it for washing dishes, cooking meals, grocery shopping or cleaning bathrooms. Discuss and set grounds on this matter before one of you gets on the knee.
9. How you both handle stress
Stress makes a person vulnerable because of which people often react differently than the usual. Having to go through such a phase with someone by your side gives you a better understanding of how well can they help you cope with such an emotional crisis. Such times will either bring you closer or tear you apart. If you tackle it successfully, you are most likely ready to spend the rest of your lives together.
10. Living habits
While dating, you usually discuss about superficial things like your hobbies and interests, but you can’t really know a person without knowing the minutiae of their everyday life. How they start their day, how they like their coffee, what their meals consist of, how tidy or messy are they, which side of the couch they prefer, etc. These are the bits that define a person. It’s better to know such things before you are ready to spend your lives together.
11. Each others’ friends
One can tell a lot more about a person by meeting their friends than by meeting their family. This is because friends are the people we choose to spend our time with. It would be great if you gel up well with your partner’s friends because you don’t want to be the couple who cannot hangout with each others’ group. Make some efforts to know them so that they know that you are willing to be a part of them.
12. How do you want your wedding
Everyone has different visions when it comes to planning their wedding. The planning period can be nerve-racking and this is the time when you and your partner have to be on the same side. Going through it will give you a gist of what your future planning will be like.
If something else comes to your mind, please share it in the comments!
Thursday, 14 February 2019
Monday, 7 January 2019
If you just got engaged, you probably can’t contain your happiness and want to show your beautiful ring to the whole world. Yes, you can flaunt it as much as you want because you are the bride to be and deserve all the attention. But while doing so, you have to be subtle and make it look natural.
We have some fun and creative ideas for you to show off your new bling.
1. Use your left hand more often for every other thing be it for talking on the phone, giving high fives, holding the bus handrail, or delivering presentations at your work place.
2. Get a manicure done which isn’t too loud because you don’t want your nails to steal the ring’s thunder. Keep it simple yet pretty and watch everyone lose it over your new shiny jewel.
3. Upload the cutest pictures of you and your beau on social media showing your engagement ring.
4. Grab any opportunity to hand out drinks to everyone. Make sure to do it at their eye level with your left hand and let them notice the shiny piece on your finger.
5. Casually brush the hair out of your face with your left hand while making sure that everybody’s eyes catch a glimpse of the bling on your finger.
6. Get shocked easily so you can bring your hand up to cover your mouth in awe and hence, showing the world your beautiful glint.
7. Put a casual story on your social media showing you driving somewhere like any regular day. Just capture the ring with your car’s steering wheel and all the praises and questions will start pouring in.
8. Think a lot or at least pretend to do so with your left hand placed on your forehead or chin in a way that your palm faces you and the ring is out there to be admired by the world.
9. Go out more during sunny days as this is when your ring will gleam the brightest and hence, attracting everyone’s attention towards it.
10. Click a super adorable picture of the ring with your furry friend and upload it on social media. It will definitely be one of your most loved pictures.
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