Personalized Jewery Shows Your Style

July 13th, 2009 by wys

If you are in the market for something trendsetting and chic, jewelry that’s personalized, like name rings are a fabulous choice. The latest trend started with a delicate “Carrie” necklace worn on a popular TV series. It’s no surprise that a celebrity would be at the forefront is this trend, but it is a trend with staying power, even a timeless quality if you choose the right style.

Jewelry that’s personalized is available in a variety of pieces, including monogram, inspirational, date and Roman numeral, birthstone and name jewelry. Name rings are the place to begin if you’re in the market for name jewelry that is subtle and refined.

Name rings can be worn with any outfit, whether you’re laid-back casual, or heading out for a night on the town. If you choose a bold, chunky style, it can be the only accessory you need. If you want something smaller, it becomes a piece you wear every day. Name rings can be accentuated with precious stones, like diamonds or sapphires, or done budget conscious, as with a cubic zirconium.

Style-wise, there are a couple of style options if you’re in the market for name rings. There are all varieties of fonts available, whether you prefer a bold block style, or if you like a sweet feminine script. Wrap-around bands have an understated , elegant style that isn’t as demanding of attention as some other styles. Other styles to consider are the cutout block letter band, two-tone styles of gold and silver, and relief styles, where the name is raised up above the rest of the ring. Engraved styles allow for the name to jump out at the eye. For those who like the hip-hop style, you can’t go wrong with a diamond or cubic zirconium encrusted name. If you’re in a serious relationship and you want to flaunt it without committing to something as drastic and permanent as a tattoo, you might consider the double name ring. It’s a beautiful, strong, but tasteful testament to your committed relationship!

Name jewelry is at the height of fashion right now, but it has a unique enough flavor to remain stylish no matter what the trendsetters are wearing. It has that element of personalization that other styles just cannot offer. A name ring has that special “something” that differentiates you from the pack, without overpowering your other jewelry. What could possibly be more individualized than a gorgeous piece of name jewelry with your name on it?

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