Daily Covet: Eternally in love with eternity bands

You know what they say? Diamonds are a girl’s best friend. But so are 401Ks and nest eggs. So when you want to show off some bling and be nice to your bank account, CZs are not a bad way to go. On the plus side, they are perfectly flawless, unlike most real diamonds.

While clicking through a teaser from Refinery29 in my email today, I happened upon these beautiful stacking rings available at Nordstrom. The feature was about how the Duchess of Sussex (aka Meghan used-to-be-Markle) is suddenly sporting a new eternity band on one of her first formal appearances post birthing their baby, Archie. (How do we feel about that name? Is that for another day??)

No surprise that most of us are not princesses – recognized by the “state” at least – so in some most cases, affordable baubles are a necessity. This set of five bands-a-stacking allows you to mix and match for a new look every day. If you happen to be treating yourself, order a set in both the silver and gold tones for even more options in the mixed metals department. You’ll be eternally grateful you did.

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photo via nordstrom.com

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Black Tie New Year’s Eve

Love, love, love this blue color. It’s classic, elegant and the best part?  The dress is a mere $169!  But I wouldn’t be true to myself if there weren’t $500+ Manolo Blahnik shoes to go with it.  And why not?  Those you can wear forever.

Pair this stunning ensemble with very little else, but statement-making jewelry, and a black beaded silk jacket.

Now all I need is a place to go!

Black Tie New Year's Eve

BCBG Max Azria ball gown, $169
Elie Saab bolero jacket, $1,271
Manolo Blahnik high heels, $508
Judith Leiber black handbag, $30
Giuseppe Zanotti cuff bracelet, $1,295
Rona Pfeiffer diamond earrings, $4,200