You might’ve started making your list already for holiday gifts and if you’ve written down jewelry at all, we’re here to help with that one.
We all have certain pieces that we’d love to add to our personal collection or gift friends or family, but the problem is finding the right piece that’s within our budget. Sometimes it isn’t something very blingy that we want, but pieces with meaning, that are timeless and totally resonate with the person who’s wearing them.
We’ve compiled a rundown of our favorite jewelry gifts at various price points to act as an inspiration for all gift givers and those making their own wish lists.
If you have a tight budget, a pair of diamond stud earrings is something worth investing in because they can be worn at any age, with practically everything and they never go out of style. To spice it up a bit, add your favorite stone or even your birthstone. Celebrities wear them on the red carpet paired with ball gowns, moms wear them to the park with their kids and teens love them too. A good pair of stud earrings is definitely something every woman should own and we also like a nice pair of pearl stud earrings.
Personalized jewelry is one of the best, and thoughtful, holiday gifts. A monogrammed gift is something that special someone can wear daily that depicts their initials, a sentimental date, zodiac sign or something else that is meaningful to them.
Celebs are obsessed with dog tag initial pendants and they’ve been spotted on Meghan Markle, Jennifer Lopez, Emma Stone, Mila Kunis and others. Actress Sophie Turner even seems to have confirmed her daughter’s Willa’s birthday with a new monogrammed necklace that she posted about on her Instagram Story recently.
Some people wear hoop earrings every single day, which is why they’re a perfect (and practical) gift. Whether they are gold or silver, big or small, diamond hoop earrings or plain, hoops have the ability to be casual even for daytime wear but also fancy enough to wear in the evening. Some people own multiple pairs in different styles, sizes and metals. And because they come in so many different styles and price points, they’re definitely a fan favorite for anyone looking for a great transitional jewelry piece.
The holiday season is also the perfect excuse to update your wedding ring or convince your husband to get you an eternity band.
Eternity bands also don’t have to only feature diamonds. When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s anniversary came along last year, he gifted her a sparkling diamond eternity ring to remember the momentous occasion. Her band also used conflict-free diamonds and Harry customized it with three birthstones, one for each member of their family.
Eternity rings in particular are known for marking major milestones, and the style is far from new, according to The Zoe Report, which reported that “the bands have been exchanged for millennia, dating back as far as 4,000 years to Egyptian times.”