What does a perfect summer mean to you? Don't worry, there's no "right" answer: summer, after all, is all about fun and freedom, and that means you get to relax how you want, play how you want, and most importantly, dress how you want. Super chic jewelry designer Melinda Maria understands that, which is why her handcrafted rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces are coveted by Hollywood's biggest and most stylish stars, from Julia Roberts to Kristen Stewart. And, in order to encourage you all to accessorize your way to perfect summer style, we've partnered with Melinda Maria to give away one Black Onyx Sliced Ring, just like the one that K-Stew has recently been seen rocking on several occasions. Read on to find out how to win!
Why is Kristen so in love with her Black Onyx Sliced Ring? Well, like all Melinda Maria pieces, the stone has been cut and set by a team of fine jewelers with a precision normally reserved for diamonds. The band is plated with 14k gold to create an elegant, yet subtly playful look that's been described as "stunning" and "versatile", which is probably why Kristen's been spotted wearing it everywhere from the Snow White & The Huntsman premiere to stepping out in West L.A.
How To Win!
So how do you get a head start on summer style by getting your hands on a Melinda Maria Black Onyx Sliced Ring of your very own, months before it goes on the market to the general public? All you need to do to enter is follow a few simple steps:
*What does a "picture of your perfect summer" mean? Anything you want! It could be you and your friends at a BBQ, your favorite patch of shade in the park, your dog swimming in the ocean, or anything else that will make us think of summertime and smile.
So get to it, people! Don't forget to like/follow Melinda Maria on Facebook and Twitter, because you won't be officially entered until you do, and besides, she might be about to give you an amazing piece of jewelry– don't you want to say thank you?
Have a great summer, everybody!
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