Love These 2018 Jewelry Trends at San Jacinto Mall
Plus, Valentine Day Gift with Purchase and Prize Drawing
Jewelry is a popular gift for Valentine’s Day but giving something that sparkles doesn’t have to break the bank. Costume or “fashion” jewelry can be hard to differentiate from fine jewelry yet a fraction of the cost. Many of today’s jewelry trends are ideal for costume jewelry.
The difference between fine jewelry and fashion jewelry the quality of the metal used in the jewelry and the authenticity of the stones set into the pieces. This is reflected in the price.
“Whether you’re looking for fine or fashion jewelry, you’ll find classic pieces as well as hot trends at every price point at San Jacinto Mall’s jewelry stores,” said Mary Evans, General Manager of San Jacinto Mall. “Bring in an outfit and the staff at our jewelry stores will help you accessorize it perfectly. If you’re in the market for fine jewelry, like an engagement ring for a Valentine’s Day surprise, bring your questions! Our fine jewelry stores will educate you so you’re comfortable buying what will become a family heirloom,” Evans added.
JEWELRY TRENDS FOR 2018
So what’s trending in jewelry right now? Below are some desirable haute styles seen on the runway:
- Gold monogrammed jewelry, whether the initials are the designers’ or your own
- White crystal chandelier earrings perfect for the dance floor
- Punk pieces adorned with nails and studs for street-smart style
- Not your mom’s pearls, oversized pearls in pieces that are anything but classic
- Bracelets that connect with a stack of rings
- Bye bye matchy-matchy, hello to mixing up materials and designs
- Keys incorporated as earrings, bracelets, and pendants
- Statement necklaces that are wearable sculpture
- Crystal ear cuffs
- Oversized hoop earrings
FINE VS. FASHION JEWELRY
Fine jewelry—made of gold, platinum, and natural gemstones—is often considered an investment to be passed down through the generations. For life’s milestones, such as engagements, weddings, birthdays and anniversaries, fine jewelry is the gold standard.
Fashion jewelry is constructed with plated metal and manufactured gemstones or rhinestones. It first appeared in the 1930s and has been a fashion-forward way to embellish an outfit ever since. It’s all over the fashion runways every season.
Both fine and fashion jewelry are available in San Jacinto Mall at Gold Chest, Icing by Claire’s, Jewelzz Corner, Romeo’s Jewelry Repair Shop, TT Jewelry, and Zales. JCPenney, Macy’s and Sears also have extensive jewelry departments featuring both fine and fashion jewelry.
GET A FREE $10 GIFT CARD* WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF $50 OR MORE
San Jacinto Mall is giving shoppers a Valentine gift—a $10 gift card, valid at Cajun Café, Famous Asian Grill, Roman Delight, or Great American Cookie, with same day receipts dated February 1-14, 2018 from San Jacinto Mall stores. While supplies last. Limit one gift card per person per day.
Plus, San Jacinto Mall’s guests can enter to win a gift basket filled with treats from the center’s retailers now through 2/14/18. Must be 18 years or older to win. Only one entry per person. Winner will be selected by random drawing.
The gift with purchase and gift basket drawing are available in the Management Office, Monday-Friday, 10am-3pm. San Jacinto Mall is located at I-10 at Garth Road in Baytown, Texas. For more information, call (281) 421-4533 or visit www.sanjacintomall.com. Events are subject to change.
About San Jacinto Mall
Purchased in July 2015 by Fidelis Realty Partners, LTD, San Jacinto Mall is slated for redevelopment over the next 60 months start to finish with the design concept to be unveiled in 2017. The mall will remain open for business during the construction. Currently, San Jacinto Mall is anchored by Macy’s, JCPenney and Sears. Guests have more than 80 retailers and restaurants to enjoy, including Bath & Body Works, Journeys, Champs, Foot Locker, Footaction, Icing, Visible Changes, Zales, Payless Shoe Source, and Merle Norman. Entertainment options include Power Play Arcade and Premiere Cinemas 11. For more information and a complete list of stores and restaurants, please visit www.sanjacintomall.com.