I might have mentioned before that I am totally turning into this major jewelry girl. Of late, I just can’t seem to stop myself from picking up a trinket or two from practically everywhere.
The one thing I restrained myself from is buying jewelry online. I mean, how would I judge the quality? I always felt the need to touch and feel and try on before I buy something. But that’s what I used to think initially too about shoes and clothes, and now I feel totally comfortable buying them online. So why not jewelry as well, and if it comes to that, why not fine jewelry? With this thought in mind, I have been stalking the fine jewelry website Anjolee for some time now. They have a fantastic selection of the most delicate diamond jewelry and I’ve been eyeing a couple of pieces for some time.
Imagine my shock, when one day I saw an email from their lovely representative asking me if I’d like to review their website! I sent a hell yes email practically immediately.
So here’s a brief review of what designs I am loving at the moment. In addition, I’d like to point out a couple of nice features about their website that makes me feel good about the product they offer.
Bling Alert: Put on Your Sunglasses
These earrings are just killing me right now. I love the simple but still elegant design.
Another pair of diamond earrings I am mooning over is this absolutely gorgeous pair.
And for day-to-day use, because of course you can wear diamonds every day, here’s my pick.
Other jewelry I am mooning over are the huge variety of engagement rings.
Now, I am beyond the stage of getting engagement rings. But that can’t stop me from dreaming, can it?
What I Appreciate in the Anjolee Website
The best part about this website and their jewelry are the tons of customization options available. Based on my budget, I can select the metal type, the carat weight, and the diamond quality, to get the perfect design that suits my budget and my taste.
Using the drop-down in the customization panel, you can go as high-quality, or budget as you want. I love this because I have had so many experiences sitting in jewelry shops getting frustrated because I can’t get the design I want in the price point I want.
Another great aspect of the Anjolee website is their webpage explaining all about gold and diamonds. So, if you are not sure what the terminology means exactly, you can check out their educational page.
I am in love with this website, and can’t wait to pick myself a little something something from them (they offer international shipping).
Have you ever bought jewelry online before? Where from and what were your experiences?
And if you are in the mood for some more dreamy imagery, check out Anjolee’s Pinterest page here.
Post sponsored by Anjolee.