J.Crew and Miriam Haskell want to change that.
The two companies have partnered to create a line of limited-edition jewelry to complement the J.Crew bridal collection.
Trading on Miriam Haskell's history as a couture costume jeweler, the J.Crew collection draws inspiration and details from some of her vintage pieces.
These ornate, handmade-to-order pieces are as special as a bride wants to be on her big day. The materials used include baroque glass pearls, crystal rose montees, Swarovski crystals, gold-plated filigrees, and vintage materials taken from the Miriam Haskell archives.
These pieces range from the most ornate -- a floral spray that hangs from a graduated triple strand of pearls for $1,400 -- to understated, single pearl and crystal strands that range from $180 to $260, depending on their length.
Bracelets, brooches, and earrings round out the offerings, ranging in price from $150 to just under $1,000.
The super-special pieces will be available at JCrew.com and also at the brand's new bridal store, which is set to open on New York City's Madison Avenue at 66th Street in May.
The company isn't commenting on the new store, but it's been reported that this shop will have bridesmaids dresses and accessories on the main floor with an appointment-only bridal salon taking up the ground level.
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