[sponsored post] Why buy when you can rent?

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Anyone who has ever ventured into my bedroom knows about my obsession with jewelry. Why? Because it’s everywhere. I once had a friend come into my apartment and snap photos of the overstuffed 80-pocket jewelry organizer that hangs conveniently over my doorframe. He said he’d never seen anything like it and I told him if he ever showed the photo to anyone, I’d kill him.

So I guess you could say I own a lot of stuff. But I should also add that none of it is extravagant or expensive. If I’m on line at H&M and the line is moving slowly, I’ll trace my fingers across a necklace or pair of earrings and start to envision which outfits they would look cute with. And then I’ll quickly throw them on top of a dress or top and think nothing of it. An $8 necklace I can afford. Sometimes during lunch, I’ll head over to the many jewelry stores along 5th and browse, occasionally reaching for a basket to fill.

I know, I know. I have a problem.

Which is why it is with great excitement that I introduce my newest sponsor to you all. Jenna Logan is a new online subscription service that allows users to borrow luxury and fine diamonds on a monthly basis. For less than $1 a day, you can rent the hottest new looks without breaking your budget. I spent quite a few hours on the site yesterday to find a necklace that would look best with a bridesmaid dress I’ll be wearing to a wedding in June. You can choose from hundreds of selections (updated daily!) for special occasions, a night out on the town with your girls, or simply because you like to change your jewelry as often as you like to change your shoes (a girl after my own heart). Shipping and returns are free and there are no initiation or cancellation fees.

Enter to win! My Pixie Blog readers can register to win an exclusive jewelry giveaway. The prize is Blue and White Diamond Earring Paisleys set in Sterling Silver valued at $499.99. Click here to sign up!

1 Comment… add one
Jill March 25, 2012, 6:45 PM

Wow, what a cool concept. I mean, it exists for bags and clothes, why not fine jewelry!

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