Thursday, April 8, 2010

LuShae Jewelry Review

When  LuShae Jewelry asked me to review one of their pieces, I was excited to do so. They make pendants, earrings and rings, the latter of which really drew me in. I was really impressed with their Web site -- some of the cute pieces that caught my eye include the Pave Elephant Ring, the Black Onyx Egg and the Champagne Wishes ring, just to give an idea of how much variety they offer.

I ultimately chose the Aqua Eternity Enamel Ring, because I was interested in a ring that could be worn everyday, and I liked the eternity wave style and the aqua color.
Here's the description from the Web site:
Aqua Eternity Enamel Ring features a High Lustre silver tone with prong set mini CZ inlaid in an eternity style. This style is so cute to accessorize with. Its embellished with little CZ that personify waves on this ring and they will certainly make waves when worn on a picturesque summer day. White Gold Rhodium Bond is achieved using an electroplating process that coats the item with heavy layers of rhodium, a close cousin of platinum that costs three times as much, which gives our jewelry a platinum luster.

I ordered the ring last Tuesday, and it came less than a week later. The presentation of the package was great -- the button closure on the ring box was a nice, elegant touch.

As for the ring itself, it's beautiful and I think it looks even better in real life because it's really sparkly, and the aqua enamel is such a pretty color. I love the eternity wave design of the aqua enamel and cubic zirconia, and it seems really well-constructed. I ordered it in a size 5 so it could fit my ring finger, and I think it fits true to size.

In indoor lighting, closeup

Natural lighting, with other accessories

I've had this ring for a few days now, and I think it will be a frequent player in my accessories because of its color and design. I can think of more than a few outfits that this ring would look great with.

Many thanks to LuShae!


I'd love to hear your thoughts!

Related Posts with Thumbnails