Both in 2008 (or what's left of it) and in 2009, women must forget what their mothers were telling them a couple of years ago.
A few years ago, people just know that a fine diamond is a colorless one. Just very few people understood colored diamonds – maybe only consumers who read the fashion publications.
But today, even those who read People magazine have seen many celebrities wearing colored diamond, the blue, green, yellow or pink diamond, and so they want them too.
Technology has educated consumers, while exposure to celebrities wearing natural colored diamonds has driven desire.
It's time to be different. It's not time to wear a classic colorless diamond again. Now, it's time to wear fancy color diamonds, especially a yellow diamond.
With a natural color diamond you have something rare, but with a yellow one, it's so different.
Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, dubbed "the international color guru," predicts that 2009 should be a particularly good year for all shades of yellow diamonds, as the sunny hues have become familiar fashion favorites (quoted from )
Kenny Friedman, Waldman's president and managing partner says "We developed the 'Arctic Sun Collection' of 18-karat gold jewelry, featuring natural fancy yellows in the $ 2,999 to $ 7,999 range."
Make a natural color diamond, especially a yellow diamond be one of your collection for the next year.
But, always remember. . . when choosing jewelry, CHOOSE WHAT YOU LOVE! Finding jewelry that not only flatters you, but that you feel good wearing is the perfect complement to any outfit.
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