March is coming with bloom flowers! Among the blooming flowers, the birth flowers of March are Daffodil and Jonquil. Daffodil is a celebrated sign of the British spring. In the Victorian language of flowers, the daffodil signified joy and happiness. Daffodil means unequaled love and Jonquil means signifies desire for affection. Both of flowers are sign of love. Jewelry designed with flower can be good present to your lover.

Aquamarine is a blue-green stone that comes from Colombia and Brazil. It has been called “Water of the Sea” because a color of stone is like ocean. The aquamarine color is the stone of sailors, believing it would be protection for them on water. With this belief, small aquamarine necklace can protect you because jewelry is an easy way to keep it on your body, and another method is to put them in a small bag in your pocket.

For March fashion style, you can see that the color of Aquamarine stones make beautiful jewelry. In March, the aquamarine jewelry makes you fresh and charming, and the color of jewelry is really on your style in spring season.


About chibijewels

Chibi Jewels is a New York jewelry studio whose whimsical collection of handmade jewelry takes inspiration from the traditions, colors, patterns, and symbols of cultures from around the world. Each collection starts with travel, encounters, and collaborations between artisans and results in beautifully handcrafted jewelry, designed and constructed here in New York City. In Japanese, chibi means small, but it is a term of endearment used only between those that are close. Chibi Jewels aims to unite far away people and cultures and to bring their traditions together through their unique collection of modern jewelry.
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