Thursday, April 5, 2012

Review of Earrings from SayHelloDiamonds

Apparently, it's Mother's Day soon. I think. Let me check...

Sunday, May 13.

Less than two months! Panic!

I was recently contacted by a representative of SayHelloDiamonds. Here's some of their About page:

Say Hello Diamonds. The Look of Real. The Price of Faux.

Each replica diamond goes through a rigid selection process by our Say Hello Diamond experts. These specialists analyze the weight, cut, and shine of each stone before it can be called a Say Hello Diamond. Each replica diamond is polished, packaged, and presented to our Say Hello Inspection Team. From there, our inspection team begins a 3-step review process; Look, Shake, Ensure. During this process we analyze the physical properties and test the durability of each diamond replica. Replica diamonds that meet the rigid criteria set forth are lucky enough to be called, Say Hello Diamonds.

As soon as I agreed to do a review, I thought it was going to be a mistake. My wife, after all, was not really a diamond (real or faux) kind-a-girl, so I had just committed myself to reviewing something I wouldn't be able to review!

Well, luckily, turns out I didn't know my wife.

The earrings I got to review (and to keep) are the ones in the picture below, and they are in fact as shiny and sparkly as they appear in the picture. You can click on the picture to get to the product page, surf around and see if there's anything you (or someone you thought you knew) may like.

If you do find the perfect gift, use this code to get 70% off the price of these earrings (or of anything else on the site): WifeLove. Remember, MistressLove will not get you any discount.



  1. I didn't think my wife was a diamond person either, until I bought her a diamond bracelet a couple of years ago and, although she'll deny it, I'm pretty sure she said "Finally!" as she opened it.

    Thanks for the reminder about Mother's Day, every year I say I should have started doing something two months ago - now I can.

  2. KP, my wife also insisted Valentine's Day was lame, until the day everyone else in the office got flowers delivered. She even stayed late to make sure she wasn't going to miss a late delivery. I live and learn, I guess.



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