THE ADVICE SISTERS PRODUCT OF THE MONTH-ANNTELLE JEWELRY FOR VALENTINE’S DAY Valentine’s Day is February 14th. Forget satin sheets, she’ll buy her own if she wants them, and sexy lingerie? That’s more for you than for her. And, skip the flowers this year, the florist’s prices of posies is astronomical and flowers die. Don’t bring candy (she’s not eager to sabotage that New Years resolution she made last month, just yet). As far as I’m concerned, when it comes to V-day, bring me some bling! Jewelry is a personal gift that not only says “I love You” or at the very least: “I like you enough to buy you jewelry.” It won’t fade, and it’s not fattening (although it is habit forming).
If the idea of forking over a fortune for a bauble is too daunting, there is a solution. The Advice Sisters have made Anntelle Jewelry our product of the month, because Anntelle Jewelry makes fabulous faux pieces as well as many with genuine, semi-precious gemstones that are not only affordable, they’re insanely affordable! And, since you can order online, you don’t even have to leave home to go shopping (that should appeal to a majority of men out there). All you have to do to treat yourself, or get your guy to take a look, is visit the Anntelle Jewelry web site: http://www.anntelle.com/ and get glitter for your girlfriend that will make her go “wow” — and still leave enough for a romantic dinner. In the month of February, you’ll get a special sale price, too.
Can’t decide what will win her heart? We picked two pieces with a heart theme that can’t fail to satisfy:
For the traditionalist: a heart-shaped pendant studded with Swarovski stones, and a delicate allow chain $36.60
For the modernist: a wide-linked oval silver allow chain featuring a rainbow of heart-shaped Swarovski crystal dangles in pink, blue, yellow and green $35.20.
The Advice Sisters have reviewed Anntelle pieces previously in our December/Holiday 2007 and our current, January/February 2008 so I can tell you that these pieces look expensive. They’re fashion jewelry of the level sold in luxury boutiques, with details such as extender chains and lobster claw clasps.
To make your gift more special, package it in something other than that boring, cardboard box you get at the jewelers. Does she loves music? Try a velvet or satin drawstring bag, or put it in a box that’s out of the ordinary, such as one that’s oversized, or in a re-usable (green) tote, or a tiny jewelry box, or hung around the branches of a ribbon-tied potted plant (a small, rosemary bush or other fragrant herb is useful and fun).
Happy Valentines Day!