With Mother's Day being right around the corner, it's time to start considering how you wish to show your love and appreciation.
While it is always the thought that counts, sharing the Carolily love with a mom in your life is a wonderful representation of her beautiful personality. There is nothing quite like gifting someone a piece of Carolily jewelry and seeing their face light up as they explain, "This is perfectly ME!".
Everyone has different tastes and it can be tough to tell if someone will love the same jewelry that you do.
As you browse through all of the available styles, keep these questions in mind...
With all the wonderful mother's in our lives in mind, we created our latest collection as a celebration of our love for them. While there is no wrong choice when it comes to giving your mom a gift (remember, it's the thought that counts!), we think these five pieces of statement jewelry are an excellent starting point.
You still have enough time to consider having a custom piece of jewelry made! If you have something specific in mind, please email us at email@example.com and we would be delighted to chat.
While the cost and timeline of every piece of custom jewelry is slightly different, the first step is the same- we have a virtual meeting. Once we discuss your vision, we will be able to give you the specifics.
You can read more about our custom design process HERE.
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As we sit here, writing this article, we know that we'll never experience this moment again. We'll never be this exact age again. We'll never feel this exact way again. We'll never look identical to how we do in this moment. We only have the present.
When we are struggling with the reflection we see in the mirror, feeling like it doesn't match how youthful we feel inside, we like to remind ourselves of five reasons why this is our best age ever.
How often have you heard "she looks good for her age" or had someone assume something about you because of your age? We're all guilty of it. Society perpetuates the idea that once we cross the birthday threshold into our 50s or... *gasp*...our 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s, that there are limitations based on a number.
We always say that age is "just" a number. But, that's not totally true, is it?