There’s a reason why Big chose a 5 carat black diamond stunner- aptly named the ‘Carrie’ ring- instead of any other typical ring out there. The color black in and of itself symbolizes power, strength, certainty and passion. Black diamond rings are the physical mark of a couple’s love, passion, and strength of their commitment to one another.


The conventional approach to engagement ring shopping is simple. You can go to any jewelry store and browse hundreds, if not thousands, of white diamond solitaire engagement rings. There will undoubtably be one that you may think is the typical idea of pretty. However, why not embrace your inner Carrie Bradshaw and opt for an intriguing alternative instead? Black diamonds are a sophisticated statement and express a confident attitude. 


Finely handcrafted in 18 ct. white gold, the ‘Carrie’ ring, a limited edition 5 carat round-cut black diamond is accented by 72 round brilliant cut natural diamonds. 



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With weddings going non-traditional, Instagram hashtags and all- Isn't it time the engagement ring got an update too? Alternative engagement rings are all the rage. Asymmetric, multi-colored gems, open settings, encrusted multi-bands, and textured metals are just some of the micro-trends popping up in the wedding world these days.
To some extent, everyone's favorite rule-breaker Carrie Bradshaw pioneered this trend, when Big gave Carrie our 5ct. round cut black diamond set in white gold in Sex and the City 2- but you may be asking yourself, Would a black diamond work on a real life girl?
The answer? A resounding Y-E-S. 
From sparkly stackable bands to unique shapes and sizes set in gold, there are plenty of options for even the most discerning bride-to-be.





It girls everywhere know that stacking is an artform. Layering too many colors, textures, and sizes of jewelry can be the downfall of any planned or not-so-planned outfit. Instead of piling on the jewels- wrap your head around these 3 do's for stacking your jewelry like any It girl.


1. Keep it simple

Whether your go-to outfit is jeans and a t-shirt or a girly dress, the key component to looking put together, is to keep your accessories harmonious. If your neckline calls for a necklace-or three, get the layered look by choosing necklaces that are dainty in scale and graduate in length like how Julie from Sincerely Jules stacks hers. Stacking one chunky necklace on top of the other can look messy- instead look for necklaces smaller in size, but with their own interesting details. 



2. Mix it up

Don't be afraid to mix up your look by pairing a few bracelets in various tones, you give instant visual impact to your look. It's all about keeping the items looking uniform without becoming boring. Instead of stacking 8 of the same gold bangles up your arm- aim for 2, and then pair them with a silver cuff or statement watch. For real impact, opt for bracelets in varying shapes and sizes. 



3. Make it meaningful

Finally, when stacking jewelry it's important to learn that highlighting one or two areas- as opposed to all 4, can really make a larger statement in a more meaningful way. Stack a few diamond bands in varying metals on one hand, and one larger in scale on the other, spread out your bands by wearing one on each finger, or experiment with shapes and lines and combine vertical rings with horizontal ones. Adding an ear-cuff with your look is another great way to get that "stacked" effect without going overboard. Our Lightening ear cuff is streamlined enough to go with almost any look.  





If your current jewelry game is minimal to non-existent, consider some key pieces to add to your everyday look. Elegant, yet still minimal-minded accessories will add visual interest to your outfit- whether it’s your go-to work look or night out in the city. The flash of a diamond at your neckline, some stacked rings, and a few thin bracelets on the wrist are just a few options that even the most simple of outfits could use.



Here are a few pieces that make a statement without going over the top.




From left: Infinity Necklace $1200 , Earrings, Triangle Ring $3200, Infinity Ring $1700, Diamond Stackable Ring $1000

Seemingly complex? effortlessly simple? Whatever your predetermined opinion is of the layering trend for fall, take a look at three unique approaches to accessorizing, all with our new collection for Fall, that will uncomplicate this laid back look. 
On both the runways and the streets this season, we've seen a focus on the earring. Our Flower Ear Crawler and Floating Diamond Earrings give that same super-pierced up look for a fraction of the effort. Pair yours with a simple bracelet, like the Half Chain Black Diamond Bead Bracelet for even more of a punch. 

                     Flower Ear Crawler, $7000                  Floating Diamond Earrings, $5000
                                           Half Chain Black Diamond Bead Bracelet, $900



If you're feeling a bit more brave- and happen to acquire a few more piercings, try on a few of our black diamond studs on for size. The uniform color and differentiation of textures make for a hassle-free easy glam look perfect for a model off-duty moment. The Black Diamond Spikes, Black Diamond with Pave, and Black Diamond Studs make for a great pairing. 
 Black Diamond Spike, $900  |  Black Diamond Stud, $800  | Black Diamond with Pave, from $1100  

For more of an dressed-up look, our Cluster Ear Jackets are the epitome of glamour. A set of diamond pave pear shaped earrings, accented by a pear shaped jacket fastened from the back, is the perfect showstopping look without an ounce of complication involved. The options are endless- wear the pear shaped studs on their own, dress them up with the jacket, or even switch it up by mixing in a stud from your own collection with the jacket attached. This look works great on it's own, paired with a dainty necklace like our Black Diamond Solitaire, or a stack of our Thin Pave Diamond bands.

                           Cluster Ear Jacket, $5000                     Black Diamond Solitaire, $1000
             Thin Stackable Rose Gold Band, $1000           Thin Stackable Gold Band, $1000