Treat Yourself With These 5 Sparkling Rewards
Debra Messing has a message for women: Buy your own jewelry! To set an example, she recently bought a massive and dreamy emerald and diamond engagement ring—sans fiancée. On Instagram, she encouraged other women to follow her lead. “I proposed to myself!” the “Will & Grace” star wrote on Instagram last fall, adding #dontwaitforsomeoneELSEtodoit!
While her move may seem gutsy to some, it should make perfect sense to those whose closets are already bursting with self-purchased handbags and shoes. If those items are on the table as a treat, then why not jewels? To help shoppers overcome that struggle of delaying desires in the hope of possibly receiving them as gifts verses buying them yourself, here are five styles to convince you to finally end that silly waiting game.
Debra Messing showed off a custom engagement ring that she bought for herself last fall.
Photo: @therealdebramessing on Instagram
Bamboo stud earrings from John Hardy
Made in silver with 24k gold accents and diamond pavé, this striking pair is a stylish acquisition for a job well done at work or for hitting a mileage goal in your weekly run.
Layering necklace from Gurhan
This mutli-strand silver necklace with 24k gold accents is on trend and like wearing your own mini medals of honor with each bead marking the myriad accomplishments on your never-ending to-do list.
Tahitian pearl necklace with from Assael
Nothing says impressive like a gorgeous strand of Tahitian pearls! This strand is staple for powerful women everywhere, from female CEOs to soccer moms who never miss a game.
Petite Promesse lady's quartz watch from Baume et Mercier
Watching the clock has never been more fun or stylish with this 22 mm diamond-set steel case with a diamond-set mother-of-pearl dial and a wrap-around blue calfskin strap.
Band in 18k white gold with diamonds and emeralds from JB Star
Of course you adore Debra’s ring—who doesn’t?—but you also don’t want to get the exact same style, so this statement-making band is a great compromise. It says both, ‘I’ve arrived’ and ‘I’m not waiting’.