- Dec 9, 2008
LOL! You''re so funny! I wear a scrub (we call it our working PJ) at work and am limited in what kind of rings I can wear. But I do wear my necklaces with my PJ''s. I believe it''s a garnet. I love that setting and someday I''ll be getting one like it and will be wearing it with my scrubs!Date: 3/8/2009 9:32:42 PM
oooh, Mochi, that is gorgeous! That is really nice. I LOVE the color of that stone. Do you by chance know what kind of stone that is?
I do like that setting...but I feel like it would limit the wearability of the necklace. I''m a PhD student now, so it might look a bit strange to have something that looks that nice to wear around the lab, haha. But it would be perfect if I dressed more formally on a regular basis.
I hope you don''t mind that I posted your picture. I have your picture saved as a inspiration for the future!Date: 3/8/2009 9:47:43 PM
That would be my Umbalite Garnet pendantA real life photo:
And funny you guys should say about the pendant being too fancy for everyday wear, as I had the same concern. I had my doubts about putting my favorite stone into a setting that won''t get much use, since I''m such a casual dressed person myself and rarely dress up. But like Mochi, I just wear it under my v-necks and hoodies. Even if it''s completely hidden it makes me feel purdy knowing it''s there
But I agree, a color change stone would be lovely as a ring, so you can enjoy it''s fascinating change of colors under different lights throughout the day.
Yes I wear it almost daily. I wouldn''t mind having another pendant that''s a little more casual/classic but for now this is my very favorite so I''m trying to get as much use out of it as possibleDate: 3/8/2009 9:49:08 PM
OMG, that is so beautiful!!!! Do you wear it often? Wow. It is SO pretty!!
If you don''t mind my asking, what are the measurements of the stone?
Oh Mochi, don''t be silly! I''m flattered you like it so muchDate: 3/8/2009 9:52:04 PM
I hope you don''t mind that I posted your picture. I have your picture saved as a inspiration for the future!