The Hidden Diamonds Within a Concert
But sometimes it isn't the bands that pique your interest, sometimes it's the audience. There are no better people watching then at a concert. Concert
venues are full of some of the most interesting people with great clothing and accessories all for your viewing. For example, last month I was at a show
and saw a girl wearing all black (not gothic, the dress was contemporary and fashionable), including a black head band and even a black diamond ring
and a black diamond necklace.
Black diamond jewelry seems like a new and exciting option for people who love jewelry. When I first noticed the black diamond on the concert goers
finger it automatically peaked my interest so I went home and took a look at the black diamond jewelry for sale on the internet. When I began my
search was pleasantly surprised with how expansive the selection was.
While it might still be on the fringe (most people still view black diamonds in reference to ski runs), the sleek looking, smooth stones are being used in
any jewelry designs that might have previously been made with white diamonds. One website had a sultry looking tennis bracelet with a full center line
of white diamonds surrounded by black diamonds for a beautiful contrast (though at nearly $4000 it might also be outside of most people's price
range). A white gold and black diamond heart ring is perfect for those who like hearts and the basic black diamond earrings are simple and beautiful. A
black and white diamond cross is a bit less subtle but still classy and one ring even pairs white and black diamond's with yellow sapphires.
Other websites feature simpler rings that pair small black diamonds with such brand new metals as titanium and steel. Don't be confused by the
simplicity of the rings though, they are stylish and elegant and are able to pull of the very tough look of being both classic and modern at the same
time. In addition to black diamond rings, this website also offers beautiful black diamond bracelets, black diamond cufflinks (w