Jewelry Brands Cash In on the Instagram Bling-a-Thon
There's a reason why there are more and more pictures of perfectly manicured hands modeling the biggest, blingiest diamond rings you've ever seen on your feed.
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How Anna Sheffield Is Building a Nontraditional Jewelry Empire With Responsibility at Its Core
The New Mexico native fell into jewelry design by accident; now, she regularly sells five-figure engagement rings via Instagram DM.
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What Does Jennifer Aniston's Ginormous Engagement Ring Mean? A Complete Analysis Based on Hyperbolic Media Reactions
So. Over the weekend Justin Theroux visited his fiance Jennifer Aniston on the set of her new film We're the Millers in New Mexico, whence Jen tenderly stroked his face and REVEALED TO THE WORLD the ginormous diamond engagement ring she's been so rudely hiding for the past several months. ZOMG! Collective gasps heard round the world! Naturally, people had a lot to say about the sparkler. From its size (will she even be be able to lift her hand!?) to what it all means (Justin just really really loves her, OK?) to the inevitable inescapable comparisons to Angie, we've analyzed the reactions in detail. The things we do for you guys...
Happy Valentine's Day! Here Are the Top Engagement Ring Trends (No Pressure)
Today is Valentine's Day and that means love is on the brain. For many people it also means that rings are on the brain--more specifically engagement rings. And while the tradition of giving a women a ring upon betrothal is nothing new--a lot has changed in the world of engagement rings, according to Martha Stewart jewelry expert Melissa Colgan. For instance, the old "rule" that an engagement ring should cost the equivalent of three months of the man's salary is a thing of the past--and so is picking out a rock without your fiance's stamp of approval, for that matter.