Gone are those days when long earrings were a symbol of fashion only. The new generation is into small Chocolate Diamond® stud earrings that can embrace your whole look for any occasion. They add a splash of style to any outfit.
Below are the ways to choose the right pair of diamond studs that will make you look stunning:
A BRIEF HISTORY OF DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS
Chocolate Diamond® earrings are ancient, people have worn different types of ear ornaments for centuries. Stud earrings got popular in the ancient Egyptian time but they the studs they wore were a little different from what you wear these days.
Modern diamond stud earrings got popular in the late 19th century. They imprinted a strong impression on the people of that time period and proved that they were here to stay. The popularity continued to the next century and have remained a fashion staple ever since.
Simple diamond studs are required for a more clean and edgy look. However, the antique diamond stud earrings have a timeless look that holds around 2.04 carats of diamonds in total.
THINGS TO LOOK FOR WHEN BUYING CHOCOLATE DIAMOND® STUDS
The GIA certified diamond offers a standard which is very important to remember whilst buying a diamond. Its color, clarity, cut and carat weight is also necessary to measure a diamond’s quality.
While choosing a diamond, you want to get the best quality that falls in your budget following the characteristics to look for while buying a diamond stud:
While choosing colors for your diamonds, you must know what facets are. Well, facets act like tiny mirrors that reflect what is close to them. This means the diamond will reflect the color of the metal it is set in, it could be your hair, skin dress or anything near it. Facets affect the perceived color of a diamond so choosing an expensive colorless diamond is of no use but if you can save money with buying a colored diamond like a pink, blue or chocolate colored one.
Clarity is rarely spotted by anyone with the naked eye, however, if you want to see how clear a diamond is then you must need the right equipment for it. To examine clarity in a diamond stud you need a 10× jeweler’s loupe. Diamonds on the lower end of the clarity scale includes SI1 and SI2 in good value.
Who doesn’t want his diamond studs to shine and sparkle? Well, it is largely a function of diamond cut. If you buy a diamond cut, it will give your diamond studs that splash of sparkle and glitter. Also, a brilliant-cut facet arrangement will provide the stud a more edgy look.
If you are looking for cut diamonds then make sure that each diamond has the proportions, symmetry and quality craftsmanship to give the same sparkle that you are paying for. Its best to go for GIA certified cut diamonds to get the best quality.