Your Gifting Cheat Sheet: $500-$1000

Christmas is just weeks away, and we are so excited to see that people are already going to get pieces from their wishlists this season. But, what if your significant other doesn't have a wishlist with us? Never fear, our gift guides will help you find the most perfect gift within your budget. These carefully curated pieces were picked for very specific reasons, and we cannot wait to show them to you!

Starting off we have this sweet and simple Anne Sportun Beaded Wrap Bracelet. Tiny, faceted black spinel beads are wrapped with 18k yellow gold to give an organic sparkle to your wrist. Want to change things up? Try wearing it long around your neck with some charms, or double wrap it for a simple layered look. We love the versatility in this piece.

Next is this stunning, one-of-a-kind necklace from Celine Daoust. This watermelon tourmaline is a delicious slice of vibrant colors ranging from green to a dark pinkish-purple. Capped with a diamond claw, this petite necklace is unlike any other necklace you'll find. A truly unique piece for a truly unique person.

These Marlo Laz diamond initial pendants have become a best seller for us. The simplicity of the Art Nouveau font with tiny diamonds on the jump ring really elevates the idea of the standard initial charms. Whether its one for a first name, last name, or each child, collecting these sweet littles is a perfect way to hold someone near.

Stud earrings are a really simple, everyday wear piece to get someone this holiday season. These Anzie North Star diamond stud earrings will match literally everything in their closet. A funky take on your standard diamond studs, these pave clusters create a pop of dimension by themselves or stacking with others.

For the carb lover in your life, this Alison Lou 14k yellow gold bracelet is the absolute PERFECT gift this holiday season. Showcasing popular carbs like farfalle pasta, a pretzel, a croissant, a baguette, and penne pasta, this is sure to become a conversation piece. Layer it with an existing stack, or wear it alone. 

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