Moodboard: Shine Bright Like A Diamond

This post was done in collaboration with Brian Gavin Diamonds. After a little brainstorming we decided that it would be fun to create moodboards around words commonly associated with diamonds, today we have bright! I love the colors we ended up with and the kind of funky vibe.

Brights Mood Board

Diamond / Napkins / Yellow Blinds / Lucky / Paper Diamonds / Pink Lips / Palm / Girl In Hat

Look no further than our brightest diamond… For decades, diamond architect Brian Gavin has been the industry leader in precision cutting – producing exquisite diamonds with exceptional brilliance. Brian Gavin is proud to introduce his creative interpretation of the cushion-cut diamond, complete with hearts and arrows motif, to the world. Also called a pillow cut, this attractive diamond shape, which is closely related to the Old Mine Cut that originated in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, is well-suited for use in an engagement ring, pendant, earrings or other ring style. Once a widely appreciated gemstone cut, the cushion cut is currently enjoying a resurgence in popularity, and Brian Gavin has made his stunning version of this classic style available to you. This post is in partnership with Brian Gavin Diamonds! Because sometimes you need a little guidance. Click here to learn more.

Brian-Gavin-Diamonds

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Comments

  1. Ciera –
    I just came across your blog and I LOVE it. I really love finding bloggers who incorporate both design + Fashion. Kudos to you and keep blogging! – Melissa @ melsanv.com

  2. No one does diamonds like BGD!

  3. I have just visited the brain’s site. It was my first visit, and I stunned by the beautiful diamond rings. I really admire his talent and wish him better luck for always.

  4. LOVE!

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