Don’t get forced into wearing the one-earring trend because you lost the other one.
Because Shark Week comes but once a year!
For when your love of HP can’t be contained.
The online retailer of affordable fashion jewelry has now raised a total of $15.6 million.
“Somewhere between psychotic and iconic…”
Excuse me while I get all the things.
These rings are for keeps.
Plus the best 12 wines under $12, Bruce Jenner’s ombre-bob, and 4 restorative-yoga quick fixes.
All that glitters IS gold.
And they say romance is dead.
Diamonds aren’t every girl’s best friend, and that’s okay.
Plus 9 ways Disney should expand the Frozen franchise, 3 simple fitness tests you should be able to pass, and the best Twitter handles wasted on lame accounts.
“OMG, I love your bracelet, where did you get it?”
Go ahead and give the gift of deceptively good taste.
Guaranteed to make you pretty-squeal.
Keep your bling untangled with these brilliant storage solutions.
Indian jewelry brand “Tanishq” released a commercial celebrating remarriage, a concept conventionally frowned upon in Indian culture.
Nothing says BFFF like matching pizza necklaces.
If you’ve got it, flaunt it. Custom jewelry Gemvara created jewelry fit for any of the noble Houses of the Seven Kingdoms.
If you’ve been looking for a penis-shaped pendant necklace, you’re in luck. And if you hadn’t been looking for one, well, why not?
Use the cult television marathon as an excuse for a new outfit. Or lots of new outfits! It is a whole week, after all.
A daring lone gunman recently swiped $136 million of gems from Cannes. Here’s what his haul could get him, if he traded it in.
Channel your inner grade schooler with this original tutorial.
Ring parties are the new arm parties. This is the best new trend ever.
Barbara Berger is 70, but has been amassing her 4,000-piece collection of costume jewelry since age 13. Her incredible, rare pieces are the subject of a new museum exhibit and book — do ogle some of the best.
And apparently, they still meet all your needs. Cosmo assures it. [Not technically NSFW]
Because a punk theme can only mean two things: safety pins and chunky spikes.