Online jewelry retailer launches two new collections
on Wednesday,July 28,2010 22:07
Each year, celebrities attend award shows, such as the Oscars, wearing the most expensive and fashion-forward designer clothes and accessories. Now, women who may not earn as much as Cameron Diaz can wear designer-inspired jewelry like a movie star.
EternalSparkles.com, an online accessories retailer, has launched the new Celebrity Style Fashion Jewelry Collection. The line is inspired by the most stylish celebrities in music and film. Hollywood glamor is now within reach of the budget-conscious working woman.
The company is also launching The Exclusive Fashion Jewelry Collection for women who wish to own truly unique pieces. All jewelry in the collection is designed and manufactured exclusively for EternalSparkles.com, which guarantees one-of-a-kind accessories.
The website also features a fashion jewelry blog which provides readers with tips and ideas about current trends. Users who sign up for the company's mailing list will receive discounts and coupons through emails about the latest jewelry arrivals, sales, and promotions.
EternalSparkles.com has a wide selection of fashion jewelry including rings, bracelets, bangles, pendants, brooches, necklaces and earrings. They specialize in jewelry that is created with cubic zirconia, sterling silver and Swarovski crystals.
The City of Industry in California is home to EternalSparkles.com, which is an online store with a mission to make women feel beautiful through fashion jewelry.
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