We’re cracking the jewelry code.
Before you start writing comments about how anti-feminist my headline is, let me clear a few things up. I wholeheartedly believe you do not need a guy to buy you jewelry. But I also think I owe it to my girls out there to tell their clueless guys what jewelry women actually want, in the case that they’re buying. The holidays are fast approaching, and I’ve seen way more cheesy heart pendants and heart engagement rings (yes, Patti Stanger, I’m looking at you) than I’m comfortable with. This has got to stop. SO:
Luckily, the Lulu Frost Code jewelry line is cool, feminine, and evokes meaning without being a literal interlocking heart (ya hear me, Jessica Simpson for Zales?) Lulu Frost code rings are fashioned from vintage numbers inspired by a pile of room numbers that came from the Plaza Hotel when they went through their renovation. She turned them into these gorgeous number necklaces, and since they sold out so quickly, she made more out of 14 karats and some with diamonds, and made number rings and number earrings too.
See the entire Lulu Frost Code jewelry collection here and our top picks below.
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