Your editor used to dabble in enamel back in the day when she still had access to the kind of high temperature kilns required to fuse glass to metal. Thus it is with pleasure that we note WWD is predicting a come back of the material in the Spring 2009 jewelry market. Though it certainly looks like you don't need to wait that long to find great pieces.
Mommy dearest has been there for you and with you from the start, literally. So when Mother's Day rolls around this Sunday, you don't want to be caught empty handed. Unfortunately for us busy gals, time doesn't stop when it's time to find that perfect gift. Fret not my Fabbies; I've made it easy for you to show mom your appreciation by tracking down the most unique gifts on the Web. Don't mention it, darling!
Your bridesmaids have done so much for you, so here's your chance to thank them for all their support. Chances are your girls come in all shapes and sizes, so accessories are the most fitting gifts — think jewelry rolls, fancy earrings they can wear at the wedding, or girlie undies.
While you're not required to get everybody the same item, keep the price points close so you don't end up upsetting friends before your big day. Another Fab idea is to buy them each a scarf in a color that most suits their unique personality. Personalized presents are also a great idea. The possibilities are endless but here are some items to get you started.
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Oh, Meatloaf. Oh, Tiffany. What happened? One minute you're engaging in some outlandish onstage dramatics or coyly crooning "I Think We're Alone Now," and the next minute you're playing. . . middle-aged suburban parents (with magic powers?) in an AT&T commercial. Sigh. It's not just that this whole ad, a family performance of Meatloaf's "Paradise By the Dashboard Light" with new lyrics about getting this teenage kid his GoPhone, is silly or way too long — though it is both those things. It's mostly just really awkward to watch.
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AT&T doth protest too much in this GoPhone ad featuring has-beens Meatloaf and Tiffany. I remember absolutely nothing about this product except that I now forever associate it with an ill-conceived duet that takes place in a garage.
In celebration of the official wedding season and the launch of our sister site, IDoSugar, I decided to delve, fingers first, into faboo engagement rings. Engagement rings come in all styles and (I promise) there's something out there that'll tickle your fancy. I'm an unconventional gal and would prefer something a bit more untraditional. After all, I'll be wearing the ring for the rest of my life and would want it to reflect my Fab style and taste. Let that be your mantra when you're deciding on one, too!
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Valentine's Day is right around the corner so I presented this scenario: Per your honey, you must get dressed up for a chi-chi dinner. It's a night of love so I told you to look for sophisticated reds and pinks.
I started you off with this Tiffany Somerset Heart Ring ($175), because it hints at love. Let's see what you all came up with!
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Valentine's Day is around the corner and all you know per your honey is that you need to get dressed up for a chi-chi dinner. You don't know where you're going but you must know what you'll be wearing. It's a night of love so dress to impress; skirts, frocks, jewels, heels, they're all fair game.
I'll start you off with this Tiffany Somerset Heart Ring ($175), because it hints at love in a classy and stylish way. Remember, it's V-day so show me lots of fashionable reds and pinks!
Now, you can build outfits by creating a list of clothing items. We have everything you need to build outfits, and you can use your Fab Find bookmarks, too. This is an even better way to put together an entire outfit when you are completing your Fab-Finding missions.
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Pablo Picasso's daughter Paloma designs a jewelry collection for Tiffany, and judging by these Tiffany & Co. Paloma's Sugar Stacks Rings ($950-$5,500), she definitely inherited some of her daddy's artistic talent. I love stackable rings but are you lovin' or hatin'?