Fred Meyer Jewelers Celebrates 40 Years
Fred Meyer Jewelers
"Forty is a fabulous age, if we do say so ourselves," said Kirsten Darrow, Group Vice President, Fred Meyer Jewelers. "Women at 40 are confident and enjoy mixing up classic pieces with the latest trends to create their own unique look. We see a lot of women take charge of their jewelry purchases at this stage in their lives too. Self-sufficiency and independence often emerge in jewelry purchasing, and we find that refreshing and fun."
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Diamond Studs. One of the most desired pieces of jewelry; diamond studs add understated glamour to any outfit, from jeans to evening wear.
Pearls. A timeless investment that offers a chic mix of sweetness and sophistication.
Timepiece/Watch. Grown women shouldn't rely on a smartphone to tell time.
Right Hand Ring. Often a statement of independence, this is usually encrusted with multiple small diamonds and/or other stones rather than dominated by a single large one.
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Rose Gold. Used for decades, this lovely, pink-hued precious metal is more popular than ever and known for complementing most skin tones.
Yellow Gold. This season's "comeback kid" is the warmer, classic look of yellow gold.
Colored Diamonds. A fun way to show one's true colors, diamonds naturally occur in almost every color of the rainbow.
Halo. A statement stone encircled by a border of smaller stones is a great look, whether as a ring or necklace.
Whimsical Jewelry. Forty is the perfect age for a touch of playful, such as wearing a personality piece like a jewel encrusted butterfly or other gem-eyed critter.
Fred Meyer Jewelers offers a fresh approach with a variety of jewelry and watches to fit anybody's taste - no matter their age.
Founded in 1973, Fred Meyer Jewelers is the nation's third-largest fine jewelry retailer operating approximately 325 jewelry stores in 30 states under the Fred Meyer Jewelers and Littman Jewelers brand names. The stores carry a broad assortment of engagement and wedding rings, fine jewelry for women and men, and brand-name watches. Fred Meyer Jewelers, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fred Meyer Stores, Inc., which was acquired in 1999 by The Kroger Co. (NYSE:KR), one of the nation's largest grocery retailers. For more information on Fred Meyer Jewelers, visit FredMeyerJewelers.com, Facebook.com/fredmeyerjeweler or follow them at Twitter.com/fmjeweler.
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