‘More tequila, more love, more anything, more is better.’ – Meredith, “Grey’s Anatomy”
These days if a movie isn’t a trilogy, I’m in utter shock. I’m not even talking about the obvious superhero movies either. Even ‘Grown Ups’ and ‘Ted’ are being turned into multiple movie scripts. More is just better, and everyone wants more…more drinks, more snacks, more laughs, more clothes, etc etc etc. Yet anything past three seems to be a bit of a gluttony downfall. The best example is ice cream; there is a one, two, or three scoop option. If you want more, you may as well just eat the full carton and call it a day. There’s also the sushi lunch special example that comes in one, two, or three roll option, but ice cream seems more universal.
Regardless, I’ve recently noticed a trilogy that beats all others in my eyes…and that is the bling trilogy. More specifically, I’m referring to the ring trilogy trend that has captured my heart. The rings are typically delicate and perfect for daily wear yet stand out for special occasions just the right amount due to the three stones sparkling (all diamond is my preference…it is my birth stone after all).
Check out some of my FAVS below…from the “cost to wear” better be worth it bling to the pricey yet “won’t break the band” and worth the investment bling to the “I want it NOW” versus “I need it” bling that is fun to rock but not necessarily part of your evolving look.
For the little extra sparkle that only three diamonds can provide: Catbird ($1025) Catbird ($520) Zoe Chicco ($385) Small Branch ($340) Local Electric ($249) When diamonds aren’t enough: The One I Love ($3800) Jennie Kwon Designs ($760) Catbird ($500) Catbird ($364) Small Branch ($300) Because everyone wants to feel unique sometimes: Catbird ($554) One Jewelry ($445) One Jewelry ($415) Zoe Chicco ($385) Local Electric ($300)