This post was sponsored by Lightbox Jewelry
I love statement jewelry, but I also love daintier pieces that I can wear everyday — pieces that hold meaning to me. Aside from my wedding ring, I also always wear a ring that used to belong to my great-grandmother Ida that my mother handed down to me. I also often wear little studs I got from my sis when my little Ida was born. When it comes to these precious pieces I’ve always preferred heirloom jewelry, but now that the technology is here, I’m really excited about Lightbox’s lab-grown diamonds too. The lab-grown diamonds share the same physical, optical and chemical properties as natural diamonds but because they are made in a lab, they are much more affordable and I feel great about wearing them and gifting them too.
I love Lightbox’s concept of creating a special gift that isn’t supposed to be a symbol of romantic love — their line of lab-grown diamonds are a perfect gift for your bestie’s baby shower or your sister’s important moment — like a bat mitzvah or graduation. I also love that you can buy the studs as singles, so you can mix and match.
One of my favorite features of Lightbox’s lab-grown diamonds is that in the lab the scientists are able to play with the chemistry and create stones of different colors. How beautiful are these pink studs on my girl, Kristina?!?
Over the next few months I’m excited to share more about Lightbox and their beautiful collections. I’m already scheming with girlfriends to go in together on gifts — like some serious friendship necklaces that we will always have, but that at $400 per half carat, are much more affordable than natural diamonds.
These are pieces that are meant to be worn everyday, and everyday that I’ve been wearing mine I certainly feel a little bit more fancy and a little bit more sparkly.
Photos by Dabito.
This post was sponsored by Lightbox Jewelry.