What’s better than a blanket with sleeves?

Cute Red Enamel Heart Pendant
Cute Red Enamel Heart Pendant
Goodness! This February sure has been a rough weather month for many parts of the country. You may very well be reading this today from the comfort of you home and enjoying a “snow day” from work. Considering all this cold weather, this Valentine’s Day you may be tempted to give one of those “blankets with sleeves” that strangely have sold like hotcakes this year. Well, save your money! Nothing warms the heart and soul like a thoughtful gift of jewelry for Valentine’s Day.

So, instead of frumpy lounge wear, get your sweetheart a gift from the heart. A red enamel heart pendant is just the thing. At just $50, it won’t break the bank either. The round cut diamond on this heart pendant add a special sparkle to any outfit.

The one thing Jewelry and the you-know-what have in common is that they’ll always be the right size (although it is possible that your lady may think the gemstones and diamonds should be bigger!) Do yourself a favor and cross the “will it fit” worries off your list. If your sweetheart has a more sophisticated style, take a look at this freshwater cultured pearl and carnelian bracelet. This chunky bracelet is perfect for daytime wear but will add a touch of sexy red to an evening ensemble too. Can we say “Date Night”?

For the ultimate red jewelry for Valentine’s Day, you have to go for rubies. Get in good with a gift of this ruby sterling silver heart pendant. With 20 bright red rubies, this pendant shows up a dozen red roses any day.

Combine silver and gold for an edgy look

Silver and gold can be worn together if you like the look. Bear with us here: silver and gold might be the new black and brown. A formerly abhorrent combination that just suddenly looks so right. Kind of like Amy Winehouse and Blake Fielder-Civil.

If you have divided your jewelry box into silver and gold days, now is the perfect time to integrate some of your favorite accessories. Trust us, it will be liberating. Matching all of your jewelry suddenly seems really stuffy and old school, and not in a good way.

We especially like rose gold combined with platinum or silver: it looks funky, warm and like you’re not trying too hard.

For mixing novices, search for a single accessory that combines silver and gold. The one purchase should work with almost all of your other pieces and will hopefully allow you to branch out a little.

For maximum impact, make sure that your mixing looks deliberate. For example, pair a small gold locket with another silver necklace, or wear two bangles in different metals.
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