The Diamond Dumbo

The Diamond Dumbo

Hello my fellow readers,


I’m so happy to be writing again. These past few weeks have been chaotic, however, sometimes chaotic is better than calm.

Today’s post takes place in one of the most popular locations in Brooklyn: Dumbo. You may recognize this street from Gossip Girl, an American popular TV show that takes place in New York City and is based around the New York’s high society of the Upper East side. It has always been a dream of mine to come here, and I finally left my mark there this weekend.

During these past few weeks, I was able to receive an incredible opportunity. A jewelry company, known as Anjolee, had asked me if I would be able to write a review on one of their jewelry items. I was pleasantly surprised and beyond excited because I have discovered Anjolee’s products a while ago. When this splendid opportunity came along, I have decided to do it.

Now, if you have been following my blog, you know I only put my honest opinions on the Internet. My readers are my friends, and I would not want to recommend something bad to my friends. Anjolee had sent me these beautiful studs that are featured in this post. When I first saw this pair online, I was a bit skeptical because I’m very particular when it comes to studs. I always look for more delicate stud earrings because I generally tend to go for something more elegant and more gentle, something that will compliment any outfit of mine: from day to night, from jeans to ball gowns. Therefore, when I was discussing these earrings with one of the customer service representatives, I really wanted to know their true size. Fortunately, the customer service representative was very kind to provide me with the information that I was looking for. I must tell you, the customer service at Anjolee is probably one of the best that I have had a chance of experiencing.

When the earrings had arrived, and they had arrived pretty quickly-just in four days-I was full of excitement. Carefully wrapped in an envelope that came in a box, wrapped in another box, was a small, glossy, and what-appeared-to-be a wooden box, where the studs lay. The studs were intricately placed on a white mini-stand. They were beautiful.

My ears are very sensitive. I cannot wear jewelry for long, therefore, I have to always go back to my silver or gold earrings. So I have decided to wear the earrings for some time and see, if my ears would hurt or become more sensitive. Fortunately, my ears are more than fine because the earrings that I have chosen were silver, surrounded by diamonds. Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, aren’t they? Besides, the stud earrings don’t just come in silver; you could also order them in white gold, platinum, or gold.

Anyway, I’m beyond honored to write a review on a product of a brand that I have a been a fan for a while. As I’ve said before, I would never share a dishonest opinion with my readers. The purpose of my blog is not just to express my style, but also, share my opinions and recommendations.













Outfit Details: Pullover-Max&Co (Similar Here), Pants-Max&Co (Similar Here), Coat-Aeropostale (Similar Here), Boots-Aldo (Similar Here), Watch-Coach, Earrings-Anjolee

If you are interested in these earrings or in any other Anjolee product, you could click here for more information. In addition, you could use an anchor keyword, eternity band, to discover more of these beautiful diamond creations.

Thank you so much for reading, and have a great day!

xoxo, Sophia for Fashion Caption.

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