Well, ultimately it''s up to you, but everyone agrees that the ready-set-go earrings are a good price and high quality. I have .40ctw round earrings, which is sort of a sweet spot price-wise sitting just under the .50ctw. I believe is asking $415 for the 18K white gold princess cuts in .40ctw size. Sounds like a great deal to me, and very wearable long term.Date: 2/25/2009 12:41:33 PM
So, I have no choice but to buy the read to go ones cause the others dont come that small right?
Okay. .40 isn''t a common stock size seen in mall stores, but it''s not odd either. is of course going to want you to get larger studs - they are trying to make a sale. That said - get the size YOU want and can afford. If it makes you feel any better - I''m saving up for .25 ctw studs. Wee little small blingers. Size isn''t everything, especially with a budget and an idea already in mind.Date: 2/25/2009 3:09:24 PM
isnt .40 like a weird size ....i mean i never seen to many places have it and how do the earrings come packaged?
Also, I just called and they asked me if my gf has long hair or short hair and I said long and she wears it down but its not like her hair covers her ears if I was to get her earrings I''m sure she would put her hair behind her ears. They said to go with a .40 count or .50 so now I dont know what to do I was about to order the .33 but gosh now im stuck again.
I still think that cut wise you'll be getting better stones at .Date: 2/25/2009 3:43:09 PM
at Jared I saw a 1/3 and its 18k certified for 399 cause it was certified but it is stated that its the same clarity and color as the one in ... and I would be able to upgrade it later on so now Im contemplating where to buy it *sighs* hah.
Go with the 1/3!!!Date: 2/25/2009 3:47:00 PM
Im not worried or picky about where to buy them, just need reassurance that 1/3 is the way to go.
Yea I figured that they did
If you''re talking about then I assume it means they just have to assemble more pairs.Date: 2/25/2009 6:56:25 PM
I just called and they told me they dont have the 1/3 in stock so it will tak 5-7 days. Now what does not in stock mean. Is it still going to be from them or am I going to get a lower quality diamond from elsewhere.