Oh the weather outside is frightful
But the fire is so delightful
And since we have no place to go
Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!
There are many renditions of Let it Snow, but sometimes the classics are the best and Frank Sinatra sang some of our favorite Christmas songs. Yup! It’s that time of year again and Van Scoy is going to show you some great ideas for Christmas that are both classic and contemporary.
The ever classical diamond tennis bracelet has come a long way with different variations on the theme, better clasps and design and brilliant appeal to cater to the diamond lover. The diamond tennis bracelet is a staple that many women have pined for over the years as it can spice up nearly any outfit for any occasion it is a safe go-to piece for a woman to have in her jewelry collection.
Originally the diamond tennis bracelet was just a diamond bracelet, with a solo line of diamonds. However, the jewelry piece got its name from Chris Evert, a former world No.1 tennis player, who was wearing one designed by George Bedewi while playing in the US Open in 1987 which accidentally broke causing the match to be interrupted so that she could recover her jewelry. That incident gave it a new name as well as generated a lot of interest. Many tennis stars such as Serena Williams continue to wear one.
Now designs are sturdier and of course clasps as well. It is understandable though that a bracelet receives some vigorous punishment if worn during a sporting event, especially a professional event and might break.
Van Scoy has an awesome variety of tennis bracelets to impress the lady in your life this holiday. To start off we have this two-tone white and yellow 14 k gold, with diamonds of .75 ct wt. The diamonds are round, brilliant cut with color H-I and Clarity SI1-SI2.
Here is another exceptional example of a tennis bracelet featuring the diamonds set in triplicate along the links of 14 k yellow gold, the stones total 1.87 ct wt. and also have color H-I and SI1-SI2 for clarity.
Also this traditional, yellow gold, 3.5 total ct wt tennis bracelet embodies the sophistication and classic sense of style that has made the diamond bracelet so popular.
However, some people think the tennis bracelet may be old-hat and that diamonds placed in a more contemporary bracelet setting will be a better investment for your jewelry purchase. If you or the woman in your life is of that school of thought than Van Scoy has you covered there as well.
Diamond bangles, cuffs and stackable link bracelets are sweeping the red carpet award shows and you can find very similar styles that won’t cripple your budget with Van Scoy.
Here, for example, we have Tia Carrere and Anne Hathaway at separate award shows sporting contemporary diamond bracelet styles.
The linked hoop look and other segmented designs is a great way to wear diamond bracelets solo or stacked as these ladies have done.
You can shop for more Van Scoy Diamond Bracelet fashions by clicking here and seeing what we can do to make your holiday season spectacular.