Top 10 Dazzling Diamond Fashions: The Coolest Bling You Can Wear
They say diamonds are a girl's best friend. Well, now diamonds are available in more than just jewelry, so no matter what you love to wear, diamonds can make their way into your wardrobe and believe me, they'll be a focal point.
These Emerica Reynolds 3 Sneakers come with bling designed to embellish your shoes when placed in the top laces hole. The look is subtle and the diamonds that actually come with these shoes aren't real, so you're not losing much should your sneaker embellishment fall off. It's an interesting trend that gives fashion lovers to incorporate diamonds that enhance any wardrobe item.
Most of us choose a hoodie on a dress down day, bumming around the house or running to the grocery store. At $10,000 a pop, these hoodies are certainly something that you'll want to show off, but despite the bling, they still won't get you into a glamorous event. The graphic on the hoodie itself uses Swarovski crystals and there's a 3-carat diamond zipper pull. This is certainly one fashion item you won't want to place in your washing machine, not even on delicate.
You might not really wear them, but these jewelry mugs can become a fashion accessory when you're out for tea! This is a 24-karat gold cup and saucer set that is embellished with real diamonds, and if you're hosting an afternoon tea party, you'll definitely want to reserve these for only your best guests at $41K and pop.
Most women who have diamond jewelry like to show off their bling to the world to see. But for those who want to feel like they've got a dirty, and glamorous little secret, there's the Diamond Rattle Ring. The Rattle Rings are 18-karat gold and are available with as little as 2 diamonds with about 1.5 karats or 8 diamonds which total 2-karats. These rings might not like sound like anything out of the ordinary, but the catch is that the diamonds are on the outside of the hollow gold ring, so no one will ever suspect what's inside!
You might have thought that some designer purses that you lust after would break the bank. Well, you ain't seen nothing yet! This purse is truly luxurious, and for the price it better be! With more than 2,000 diamonds and made entirely of platinum, the chain on this purse can be turned into a necklace while the embellishment on the front also doubles as a broach. What more is there to say, except that designer Ginza Tanaka sure knows how to make women lust after an accessory more than ever before!
Adidas isn't missing out on the diamond embellishment trend, they've released their own line of Swarovski crystal sneakers as part of their Diamond Pack line which has 409 crystals making up the Adidas Logo, plus 0.2 karats of diamonds. Not surprisingly, this line has already been popular with celebrities who want to add a little bling to their footware.
This mechanical engagement ring is for those who can appreciate a fun technical element in their jewelry, and those that are more modest about showing off their bling. The mechanical engagement ring has a set of doors, which at the push of the button can be opened to reveal a drool-worthy diamond or closed for protection and jealously evasion.
Even sports fanatics love to look good when engaging in their craft. Philippe Tournaire along with LAXROIX sports gear has created the most luxurious skis in the world; the diamond and gold edition of the skis. This line is geared towards the pros who want a little bit of bling on their skis to show up their competition. The skis are available in a variety of finishes, but one characteristic is the 4 diamonds used to inscribe the skils.
These diamond dentures are one of a kind, but just might be the beginning of a whole new trend when it comes to bling. Studded with diamonds, rubies and other precious gems, you're never too old to live in luxury and splurge on something that makes you feel like a start.
Every woman can appreciate lingerie that makes her feel sexy and special, but this luxurious g-string probably isn't something you'll find in the underwear drawer of just anyone, especially not at $121K. At the Singapore Fashion Festival, this g-string with 518 diamonds totaling 50 karats made jaws drop. Comfort is probably not offered as a feature with this luxurious lingerie, but that's sometimes the price you pay for fashion.