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Tom knows that women like to wear fantastic jewelry that will make an impression, so when he is on a buying trip he carefully examines each piece to make sure that it will be a knockout.
Tom, a graduate gemologist, loves unique, one-of-a-kind pieces and even after 25 years in the business he still gets excited when he finds the perfect item.
I love seeing a customer's reaction to an estate piece that reminds them of their past.
My guilty pleasure is collecting watches. I have over 600 watches including funky Swatches, skeleton watches, and platinum & gold high-end watches.
The oldest piece of jewelry I own is a 1930 Men's Diamond Solitaire Ring.
Neil's father was a gemologist and a watchmaker so he was introduced to the trade at a young age. He owned a jewelry store in Alexandria, Scotland and started working there after school as early as age 12.
He has been fortunate to travel extensively over the years. On one memorable trip to Sri Lanka, he was on-site as sapphires were being brought out from the mines for sorting.
I get excited when I come across a watch with a complicated movement or an interesting vintage piece.
My favorite gemstone is a diamond because I find the range of inclusions to be fascinating. I have had the opportunity to see gemstones in the rough. It amazes me to see how things form in nature. It is also exciting to realize how a finished piece progressed from the mine to the sales floor.
Outside of Ross-Simons, you can usually find me on the soccer field. I coach my son's team, referee and also play in a men's league.
Adrienne is all about trends, quality, and value when it comes to finding the best jewelry. Her goal is for each piece to resonate with the customer and make a lasting impression.
With a degree in merchandising from LIM and almost 20 years of experience in the jewelry business, Adrienne is rich in both love and knowledge of the industry.
I love what I do and couldn't see myself doing anything else.
I am best known for my oversized hoop earrings.
Outside of Ross-Simons, you can find me traveling, cooking, shopping...and shopping!
Irina believes that when a customer tries on a piece of jewelry for the first time, it should exceed all expectations. Competitive pricing, quality, and reputation are the words she lives by to ensure that each item she brings in is worthwhile.
Since coming to the states from Russia, over 20 years ago, Irina has worked her way up from gemstone sorter to merchandiser, developing a passion for jewelry and an experience-based expertise.
My goal in life is to make a positive impact on the jewelry industry.
My favorite piece of jewelry is my diamond and pearl statement earrings.
Besides my job, I enjoy opera, classical music, art, nature, and cats.
With so many bangles to mix and match, I need some do's and don't.
Just do your own thing and don't rule out anything. Mix a luxe bangle with something laid-back - now keep going. More than one is much more fun. And because it works with everything, add black to your stack. Leather cords and bracelets in ruthenium or rhodium are cool and affordable right now.
Diamonds never let me down, but what can I do to reinvent my dressed-up look?
Start with red- the Red Carpet. The most-photographed jewels in Hollywood are always the boldest and brightest, so let your diamonds get carried away with color. Gems as electric as London blue topaz or fiery ruby don't need to be big to be bold, but others - like honey-gold citrine - look amazing in large doses.
I've noticed that CZs seem to be really hot right now. I must admit - they're just so believable - and so affordable. What should I look for in choosing a CZ?
We take our CZs seriously, selecting only the clearest, brightest stones and giving them the same attention we give our diamonds. Presented in classic settings of fine 14kt gold, CZs have reached a whole new level of luxury.
I'm looking for earrings that will stand out but aren't too large or overbearing. Any ideas?
Look for a pair with long, lean lines. Linear earrings strike a nice balance between showy and refined, and they're right day or night. Try color or keep it simple - the choice is yours.
My style in 100% classic. What's a fun jewelry trend for traditionalists?
Stacks are the runaway hit of the season. Some people take an eclectic approach, piling on lots of bracelets in very different styles. But you can keep the look clean and tailored as we have here by wearing one design in multiples, varying only the color.
Classic pearl studs are forever, but how about something more daring?
We dare you to even try to resist all the new drop styles out there. Dangling pearl earrings catch the light as they move, drawing attention to their rich, natural luster. And these five have a nice spirit of adventure without straying from that classic comfort zone.
What should I wear to a winter wedding?
What evening accessories should I have in my wardrobe?
Which essentials should be kept in my closet year-round?
White button-down shirt, basic t-shirt, pencil skirt, black pants, tailored jeans and chic cardigan. These versatile must-haves can always be dressed up or down. Diamond studs, diamond tennis bracelet and necklace are great accessories to wear year-round.
How should I surprise my wife?
First, it is essential to listen to her because many times women drop hints as to what they want. Try to get a feel for what she likes. If she shies away from big, bold, statement making pieces then you should look into classic and effortless items for her, such as a pearl necklace. Also, keep her personality in mind. For someone who is fun and confident, consider colorful jewelry like a cocktail ring. If she is a hopeless romantic then she might love a heart shaped pendant.
How can I dress up jeans for an evening occasion?
How can I update the traditional white blouse?
We love the classic white blouse. It is a basic wardrobe piece that can be dressed up or dressed down depending on how you accessorize it. Pair it with classic pearls for an understated, yet stylish look or add a mix of bold beads, super-sized drop earrings and an attention-grabbing cocktail ring.
What jewelry should my bridesmaids wear?
It really depends on the style of the bridesmaid dress. For a halter-style dress, a necklace is not needed but definitely go with dazzling chandelier earrings and a sparkling cuff bracelet. For a spaghetti strap dress, a delicate charm or heart pendant necklace and simply stated drop earrings work well. As for a strapless bridesmaid dress, we suggest either statement making earrings and bracelet (no necklace) or a bold necklace paired with beautiful, understated earrings. We believe less is more!
I inherited my mother's 2.5 carat emerald cut diamond that I want to make into a cocktail ring. I also have eight 10 pt round diamonds I would like to use. I want something unusual not something that looks like an engagement ring. Any suggestions?
We suggest adding a few stones and surround the whole diamond with rounds. For a true cocktail ring, mix the rounds with baguettes surrounding the ring.
How can I wear this season's blush color trend?
How do you wear a watch with or without bracelets?
It is a personal preference regarding wearing a watch with or without bracelets. Some people prefer to wear a watch alone and the bracelets on the opposite wrist, while other prefer to do a stacked looked with the watch and many bracelets.
Is there a way I can clean all my pearls at home?
It is best to gently wipe pearls down with a very soft cloth after each wearing to prevent build-up. Mild soap and water on a soft cloth is safe for a more thorough cleaning. If the pearls are strung it is best not to submerge them and wait until the string is completely dry before wearing them. Also, try to avoid contact with cosmetics, hair spray or perfume. Your jewelry should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off.