Monogrammed Gifts: Jewelry

Jewelry_GiftI’m obsessed with monograms. Maybe it’s the timelessness or that they feel so precious because they are made just for you. Regardless, I think a monogrammed gift can feel oh-so-special because it can mark a new initial (wedding), a new arrival (baby), a new milestone (graduation), or a new year (birthday) with someone special (anniversary). No matter what occasion you’re celebrating, there’s lots of options to consider.

Urban Chic: Survival of the Hippest lets you show some love to the technophiles and technologistas in your life. With options like pendants and money clips that can be personalized with a twitter handle or hashtag, this is a gift sure to be “Liked” by the socially savvy set. You can opt to add stones like diamonds, rubies, emerald, sapphires and also select your material (silver, gold, white gold, rose gold) you have some control over price (starting at $59.95).

The New Classic: Be MonogramedCarrie Bradshaw fans rejoice! Here you can find the classic nameplate necklaces, but also initial discs and filigree cutouts and more at a variety of price points. I’ve bookmarked the site on every new computer and tablet purchased in the last year. Prices start at $56, necklace shown $120.
Timeless Treasures: Tiffany & CoLockets, rings and everything you could ever imagine to adorn your personage. Want to go retro-classic (although not monogrammed) check out the Elsa Peretti Alphabet Collection. No matter what, everyone gets giddy opening that little blue box. Silver starts at $225, necklace shown is $495. For other options visit
Affordable and Lovely: Max and Chloe: I’m loving the disc in rose gold as an update to the traditional yellow. Pick up to three initials and like Survival of the Hippest, you pick your material so pricing options start at an affordable $105.
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