August 18, 2008

Blue Nile: A Smarter Way to Buy Diamonds

I've been divorced for a number of years now. I consider it the biggest mistake of my life. As such, I don't consider myself an expert on women. However, one thing I know...

...women love jewelry.

If you want to make her understand you love her, you can buy her diamond jewelry, gold jewelry, pearl jewelry or whatever she likes. Now is the time to think about the gifts you want to give later this year to place focus on your relationships with your spouse, your lover, your family, your friends or yourself. One remarkable gift would be jewelry.

One place to check out diamonds, engagement rings or fine jewelry is Blue Nile has all of them. Blue Nile is the largest online retailer of certified diamonds, engagement rings and fine jewelry, and they offer outstanding quality, selection, and value. Their business is growing with shipments to Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Switzerland and Taiwan.

Villagers can also create their own jewelry. You choose the right diamond and they will set it in your favorite earring, pendant, or ring design.

No matter what the occasion, Blue Nile can help you celebrate with classic jewelry. Now is the time to make your plans for the perfect gift this year. What say u?

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2 comments:

Kevin Andre Elliott said...

I've got no problem with sponsored posts. I do, however, have a problem with the conflation of commercial goods with evidence of love. Villager, you know I have the utmost love and respect for you and what you do here, but this rubs me the wrong way. I just gotta say it. Buy your mate jewelry because he or she likes jewelry. Buy your mate jewelry because it's his or her birthday. But the notion of buying jewelry (or anything for that matter) in order to "make [someone] understand you love [them]" just seems wrong to me.

Villager said...

Kevin - Kevin, I respect your perspective. However, the idea of buying jewelry is tried and true. The saying is "A Girl's Best Friend ... " and I seem to recall that Kobe Bryant went directly to the jewelry store when he got caught with his pants down.

Anyhow, your point is well taken ... there are alot of commercials that rub me the wrong way too...