Jewelry has always been a way I've marked special occasions for myself. It first started with a pair of diamond studs on my 18th birthday, and from there it's always been special to mark achievements in my life with a physical representation of my hard work. What I love more than those sentimental investment pieces is that they are timeless and classic, which allows me to wear them right up against my cheap, street vendor rings from a girl's trip to San Francisco.
Anjolee was kind enough to send me a gorgeous eternity band ring, which I've been wearing as a right hand ring. The right hand ring, to me, is a way to mark an achievement; maybe a job promotion or graduation, or even to celebrate a fear that's been conquered. Then again, I feel like any significant moment deserves to be celebrated in a special way. I think that's why Anjolee stuck out to me the most; everything is customizable, including their tennis bracelet diamond selections, which means you can personalize your "celebration" jewelry any way you want.
4 Tips for Investing in "Celebration" Jewelry
1. Pick something you'll actually wear on a regular basis (watch, ring, earrings, necklace)
2. Select a design that's timeless and will never go out of style
3. Wear it all the time to remind yourself of how hard you've worked
4. You should be able to dress it up with formal wear or dress it down with jeans and a t-shirt
Top | Target
Jacket | Express (similar)
Jeans | H&M (similar)
Shoes | Dillard's (similar)
Clutch | Kate Spade (similar)
Necklace | Versona Accessories
Eternity Band Ring | Anjolee c/o
Thumb Ring & Middle Finger Ring | Street Vendor in San Francisco
Black Bead Bracelet | Alex & Ani
Link Bracelet | Tiffany & Co (similar)
Round CZ Bracelet | Charming Charlie's
Silver Bangle & Beads | Brighton
Nails | Formula X Obsessed
Lipstick | Chanel Boheme
Sponsored post in partnership with Anjolee. CZ ring sent c/o.