Diamonds are known to be a girl’s best friend. They bring out the twinkle in a woman’s eye that men don’t see all the time. A diamond is a symbol of purity, innocence, and love. It embraces the strength of commitment and faithfulness to oneself and others. That’s why when couples get engaged, the ring is a diamond. Most anniversary gifts consist of a diamond necklace, diamond earrings, and diamond bracelets; the common variable is a diamond. However, diamonds are costly and is recommended that when a person has the financial ability to buy one, buy it as soon as possible before prices raise or it becomes out of stock.
Diamonds are advertised yearly but there is a certain time of year when diamonds seem to be in great demand. Winter. Winter is the best time of year to buy diamonds–preferably around December, January, and February. It must be something about the white and silver-themed season that reminds women of a diamond. It must be something about the cold nights that signifies the need of a man’s warmth for a woman’s heart. Or it could be the fact that diamonds are formed due to high pressures and high temperatures. Therefore, they are being made during the summer months and get on the market during the winter season. In addition, diamonds are more affordable between Christmas and New Year’s because of sale pricing.
Winter is the best time of year for romance: getaway to a cabin in the mountains, fire in the chimney, candles, rose petals, strawberries, hot chocolate; it’s the perfect season for romance. This is the ideal romantic getaway in a snowy winter season. Maybe even for Valentine’s day, which happens in the month of love: February. And what would put a cherry on top is a purchase of a diamond accessory.
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Julia Lawrence thoroughly enjoys spending time researching and writing about diamonds, jewelry and pop culture! When she isn't hard at work writing blog posts for The Diamond Lining, she spends her time wither with an absolutely adorable Mini Golder Retriever: Jake, and her husband: Mr. Julia Lawrence.
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