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Our Holiday Gift Guide for 2018

Our Holiday Gift Guide for 2018

I love this time a year ... things start to slow down and we get some extra time with friends and family. I also know that it can be a stressful time with lists of people to shop for. We wanted to make it a little less stressful for you, so we put together a list of some of our favorite Lauren Sigman Jewelry pieces, as well as some other fun things we love!  

Whether it’s new studs (everyone loves studs) from Lauren Sigman Jewelry or Jewelry cases to hold them in from Mark & Graham, we’ve got you covered. So sit back and let us help you do some shopping.

Get on Trend with Layering Your Studs

As huge trend this year is layering your studs. If you have one piercing or many we can help with our mini diamond Lilac studs, our cluster flowers studs or our tiny diamond hearts.

Cute Options for Storing and Displaying Your Jewelry

Lauren Sigman Jewelry - 2018 Holiday Gift Guide - Mark & Graham Travel Case

If you’re looking for a great way to display your stud earrings, try these fun ideas on Pinterest or get these cute Catchall containers by Mark & Graham to put all your jewels into at the end of the day.

Keep Your Jewelry Safe While Traveling

Lauren Sigman Jewelry - 2018 Holiday Gift Guide - Live Your Happy Pouch

If you’re traveling, take a look at our Live Your Happy pouches or these travel organizers by Mark & Graham in so many cute colors! 

Budget-Friendly Gifts 

Lauren Sigman Jewelry - 2018 Holiday Gift Guide - Open Flower Station

Are you on a budget? (Aren’t we all!), here are some great pieces that won’t break the bank! We LOVE our enamel flower necklace, this open flower chain  and this sweet clover layering piece! By the way, you can layer all three of these for the cutest look!

Happy Shopping!

Check out our full LSJ gift guide here, use our NEW wishlist tool to gather your options, put on your comfy jammies (we love these), from The Grove in Winter Park, grab some hot chocolate, light one of our candles and shop from the comfort of your home!

Lauren Sigman Jewelry - 2018 Holiday Gift Guide - Live Your Happy Candles

At Lauren Sigman Jewelry, we’ll even do the wrapping for you in our cute custom paper! Want us to hand-write a note for you on our pretty LSJ cards? Yep ... we can do that, too. Just let us know what you want us to say, and we’ll make it beautiful for you.

One More Thing ... Get Ready for New Year's Eve

By the way, if you’re looking toward New Year's Eve? Don’t forget about our long hand made One of a Kind earrings to pair with that amazing outfit! Check out our Friday Fashion on Instagram for inspiration!

So, if you’re shopping for yourself or your loved ones this holiday season, we hope you’ll consider Lauren Sigman Jewelry ... a gift that can last a lifetime.

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It All Started With Daisies

In 2004, I designed my first piece of fine jewelry. I had been working with a master bench jeweler and learned some basic wax skills. After a few tries, I hand-carved a flower with irregular leaves and borders. I liked it.

It was fun and whimsical and definitely not perfect!

That’s what I wanted … I wanted an organic-feeling piece I could add color and life to. I had no idea then that, not only would this first try be my best-selling piece of jewelry, but it would literally define my collection.

Expanding the Collection

Since then, the original daisy piece has been re-carved two other times. I’ve added gemstones and diamonds and made daisy necklaces, earrings and even a ring (only once … I didn’t love it).

I’ve had so many people tell me they were wearing their daisies and someone came up to them to ask if it was from my collection. It’s extremely flattering and a bit surreal to get recognized for a piece of your jewelry.

Of course, I expanded the collection beyond daisies, but most of my pieces have that same feel. Organic, flowery, colorful. Over the years, people always ask me if I carry other basics. Plain gold hoops, chains, classic anniversaries bands and so much more. I always stuck with “nope” not my category. I have really tried to stay close to my original vision of that first daisy. It’s how people recognize my collection, and there are SO many other talented designers that create amazing jewelry to buy from besides me.

The Curated Collection

After saying “no” about a million times, I decided to put together a small curated collection. You may be wondering “What is a curated collection?” Well, curated, in basic terms means to gather or pull together. I have a network of connections to many companies who sell a lot of the great basics, and I wanted to bridge the gap for my customers. Now, when you want plain gold hoops to go with your daisy necklace, I don’t have to send you away. It seemed reasonable, and it’s been great for my clients. With the success of the initial curated collection, I have added more pieces, and plan to add named designers in the coming year.

I will ALWAYS have and create pieces for my own LSJ collection, but we hope to expand into a space that gives you even more options. I have so many talented designer friends who create amazing work. I LOVE the idea of showcasing them alongside my own collection. It feels like the best of all worlds when I get to share my extended jewelry family with you. Besides, I know that not everyone is into flowers! (I’ll try not to take this personally … haha.)

So, as I move forward in this brave new world of online shopping, I hope you’ll stick with me. I’ll be adding some staff, new ways to find and shop with us and lots of new and different jewelry!

I also want to make it clear that I know what we do over here at LSJ is not earth-shattering. We’re not changing the world by selling jewelry. However, I promise to always strive to make visiting us a little escape from your everyday life. I hope it leaves you with a smile on your face, some happy in heart and a wish list a mile long!

Remember what Winnie the Pooh said, “Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in our hearts.”



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