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While traditional solitaires and halos are still popular for many, this installment of Amanda’s Style File is for everyone else.
October babies have two incredible birthstone options to choose from--opals and tourmalines.
As summer exits and fall enters, this edition of Style File celebrates sapphire and its many vivid colors.
From people scurrying to secure special glasses to jewelers holding viewing events, the craze over today’s natural phenomenon has taken hold of the nation.
With spinel joining peridot last year, this month now has birthstones available in a wide variety of colors.
This month celebrates rubies, a gemstone that’s been captivating jewelry enthusiasts for centuries but is seeing a new wave of excitement.
Why let Starbucks have all the social media fun with the Unicorn Frappuccino? Here are 11 pieces of animal jewelry perfect for sharing.
Pearls, once considered by many as conservative, are making waves with fashion-forward styles.
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