When I think of diamond rings, I usually visualize a formal version set in precious metal, but there is a very new and unique way to wear diamonds, set in silicone, just about light years away from metal!
Italians are known for their “joi de vivre” (or in Italian: “Gioia di vivere”), and these rings definitely make you feel joyous! Furthermore, the hypoallergenic silicone band is a godsend for those who are allergic to various types of metal, and there are so many colors to choose from, including 19 bright, opaque colors, each featuring a tiny, 2 point diamond set in silver plus six new shades that have just arrived, in a lovely, translucent collection called the “Clarity Collection.” This brand new collection features beach-worthy pastels are perfect for Summer. You can wear one, or stack them.
I selected “Canary,” a translucent yellow, but all are translucent, so they add just a subtle touch (plus the tiny sparkle of the diamond), no matter what your skin tone. Other colors in the Clarity Collection include: “Aurora” (pastel pink); “Orchid (light orchid); Sea Green (light green); Skylight (light lavender) and Glacier (ice). The look is subtle, but the light kiss of color and the sparkle of the tiny diamond really brings attention to your hands.
What I love so much about these rings is that they’re not just real jewelry with real stones, but they’re novel and modern. The rings are fun to wear, and they’re also lightweight and comfortable. They’re water and heat resistant so you can even keep them on at the beach. When the temperature rises and fingers tend to swell a bit, the rings are still so light and stretchy that they won’t feel like too-tight body shapers (you all know what I mean…).
Even better, because they aren’t priced for a King’s ransom, you can wear them with confidence no matter where you are. The rings are pretty, but not ostentatious. If you travel, you don’t have to worry that someone is going to try and rip the ring(s) off your fingers, but you will get admiring glances.
This little diamond rings from DuePunti put the luxury of diamond sparkle into nearly everyone’s hands, literally. Who says you have to be engaged or married, or inherit jewelry, to wear diamonds?! These may not be big, but they do pack a fashionable wallop. When it comes to the cost of most diamond jewelry, DuePunti silicone rings are a bargain at about $98.00 for one ring, $190 for two rings, or $285 for three rings. So now, you can sparkle, pretty much for peanuts!
I just love seeing the sparkle of the tiny stone in the translucent yellow “Canary “ring I selected from the Clarity Collection. However, if you’ve got extra in your budget, imagine how a bunch of stones will sparkle, stacked on your finger in a mix-and-match, rainbow of colors! These rings would also make a fabulous gift for your bridal party (select the colors that match your wedding theme).
You can purchase DuePunti rings at select retailers and online sites, and learn more about these unique, DuePunti rings on the Duepunti Web Site. DuePunti will launch an e-commerce site: duepunti-jewelry.com on July 1st, as well.
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