Good morning, darlings!
A quick note before I proceed: I normally talk books on Tuesdays, but I’m not doing a bookish gift guide. Why? Because I would be pulling all of my suggestions from Book Riot’s fantastic Book Fetish feature, and I’d rather just send you over there so that you can see ALL of the glorious bookish goodies instead of a few.
If it’s books you’re looking for, check out my index of book reviews – which includes all of my ratings and mini summaries. Some other good resources: Book Riot’s regular “Best Books we Read this Month” feature, the “Buy, Borrow Bypass” post series, or recent Books We’re Thankful for post. If that’s not enough, here are some NYT book lists.
Yesterday we looked at jewelry that costs less than $50. In this edition of Diamonds in the Library’s jewelry gift guide, we’ll be rounding up bling between $50 and $100. Pieces at this level are great for delighting friends, sisters, newish girlfriends or for anyone who has a smaller budget to work with. Are you ready for more sub-$100 pretties?
I love the “you are mighty” message, and this little shield pendant would be perfect or layering or as a subtle everyday piece.
I have one very similar to this and I adore it.
This sodalite spike necklace by KJL looks far more high fashion than its price would suggest.
Kendra Scott Danielle Earrings in Abalone Shell ($75).
Do you SEE this color? Why haven’t you bought them yet?
Love funky colors in these bold little earrings.
Initial necklaces are nothing new, but I love this sleek interpretation of the classic.
I didn’t realize I was so fixated on small gold things until I started making these lists. But come on, how great is this necklace?
If you’d like more gift ideas, please check out my past store profiles, my guide to camphor glass jewelry, and past Ebay and Etsy posts. As always when shopping online, please pay attention to shipping charges, read return policies, and make sure that any bling you buy is the right size. My jewelry sizing cheat sheet can help.