Feb 13, 2013 10:13 AM
BFF writes: "I have the absolute best friend a girl could ask for! She recently found out she is pregnant. I would like to find some kind of friendship jewelry that is - well let's face it - NOT CHEESY! I have found a few necklaces with things like a cloud and a thunder bolt, but everything cute comes with a steep price it seems! I was wondering if someone could help me on my hunt as I am on a strict budget. I want to keep it less than $20 if at all possible. We are both pretty edgy and fun, but not so girlish as to wear hearts or peanut butter and jelly halves lol. Any help is appreciated! thanks!"
This one struck a chord with me. You seem like a lovely, dedicated gal, which can mean more than any baby shower. And when she stops calling as often or isn't able to come out and play on the weekends, hopefully this piece of jewelry will serve as a reminder that, although she isn't out and about with you, she's still your bestie. And you both still need each other. Probably now more than ever before.
1. Zelda and Becky Play Telephone by Flapper Doodle ($15)
2. Delicate Knotted Sterling Silver Ring by Sea Flower Studios ($18) I chose this one thinking that it looked like a pinky promise, the most precious of promises between two friends. It should be noted that only one ring is available, but you can ask the creator to make you a matching piece.
3. Infinity Bracelet ($7)
4. Mini Dog Necklace ($20), in contrasting metals - that way, you aren't wearing the exact same thing, but still know that they are meant to match
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Magzilla here: When I'm not busy eating my way to the bottom of a ginger candy bag, I'm tweezing my eyebrows. I prefer the hard core body modification scene but can also appreciate a ruffle or bow when I see one. Beauty and barrels of maternity/kid crap are my specialties. When you need help finding the right shade of eyeliner to match that new shade of "I haven't slept in days" tint your skin gets after a baby or four, call on me. Loudly.
only one ring available
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