Introducing the Diamondette Collection

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Meet our Diamondette Collection! Our Diamondette jewelry features simulated diamonds that let you achieve the look and feel of real diamonds at a fraction of the cost.

The Four Cs of Natural Diamonds


Our Diamondette Hoops

In a previous blog post, we discussed the difference between diamonds, cubic zirconia, and Swarovski crystals. In that post, we talked about the four Cs of diamonds:

  • Carat: This is the actual physical weight of the diamond. The bigger the carat, the more expensive it’s going to be.
  • Cut: How a diamond is cut doesn’t refer to the shape, but rather how the diamond’s facets interact with light, along with the proportion of the diamond, and the overall finish (“Understanding Diamond Cut”).
  • Color: A truly colorless diamond is very rare; most diamonds will have small defects or impurities, which will give them a tinge of yellow or brown. The more flawless a diamond is, the more expensive it will be (“What’s the Difference”).
  • Clarity: Diamonds can have different characteristics–both internally and externally. Internal ones are called inclusions; external ones are called blemishes. Diamonds without inclusions or blemishes are very rare, and therefore more expensive (“4 Cs of Diamonds”).

These four Cs are what determine a diamond’s price.

The Four Cs of Diamondette


Our Diamondette Tennis Bracelet

With our Diamondette Collection, we have also taken into account the 4 Cs of diamonds.

  • Carat: The carat size of each piece is measured the same as natural diamonds.
  • Cut: The cut and shape of each Diamondette piece maximizes its brilliance.
  • Color: Our Diamondette diamonds are a brilliant white stone with a simulated D rating, which is the “highest color grade a diamond can receive. This means that the diamond is completely colorless, and there are no visible tints of yellow or brown in it. The D color diamond is the benchmark of quality, extremely rare, and emits unrivaled brilliance” (“A Guide to Diamond Color”).
  • Clarity: The clarity on our Diamondette diamonds is flawless, meaning “it does not contain any inclusions or blemishes, under the scrutiny of 10x magnification” (“A Guide to Diamond Clarity”).

Taking all of that into consideration, if you took the Diamondette Slide, equivalent to a 3.00 carat, D-rated, flawless diamond, it would cost over $125,000! But our simulated Diamondette is just $35! Now that’s a bargain!

Plus, our Diamondette Collection has a 1-year manufacturer’s warranty. Which means we can add two more Cs to our list—Cost and Confidence!

Natural vs. Simulated Diamonds


Our Diamondette Slide

Simulated diamonds are the future. As StyleCaster wrote, “Bragging about excess wealth is totally cheugy, which is why flashing diamonds is out and rocking more sustainable gems like moissanite [or Diamondette] is in. WWD called it: couples are opting to shop [simulated diamond] engagement rings because they like the look of a larger stone but don’t want the fuss, stress (what if you lose it!), or price tag of a hefty diamond” (“Jewelry Trends 2023”).

Diamondette is the answer to your diamond dilemma with all four Cs (plus two more) of a gorgeous, perfect diamond!

Check out Style Dots’ all-new Diamondette Collection today at StyleDots.com.