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Joolwe.com likes to keep members of our community up to date on jewelry designers, industry news and people who look at jewelry as an important part of their everyday lives. We would like to introduce you to Diane Danielson, founder of www.womensdish.com. Her website focuses on women’s issues such as career advice, finances, fashion and social media.

She is also the CEO and founder of the Downtown Women’s Club, an exclusive members-only group that offers networking opportunities. “Since founding the Downtown Women’s Club in 1998, I’ve watched it grow into a trusted resource for professional women (and men) seeking career and business advice. Technology is changing the work environment and I want DWC+ premium members to have a competitive edge,” says Diane. Besides being an entrepreneur and a woman who empowers others, Diane is also an avid jewelry fan. So, you’ve heard a little about her website and the DWC; now, let’s get her take on jewelry and style. 

 What is your attitude towards jewelry?



 Jewelry should complement and complete your outfit.

 What are your jewelry style secrets/philosophies?

 Only have one statement piece on at a time. Too much is just too much.

 What type of jewelry can you not live without? 

 Hoop Earrings.

 What piece of jewelry do you think every woman should own and why? 

 Diamond studs. They go with everything - sweats, suits or a ball gown.

 What were some of your favorite pieces from our website, Joolwe.com?     

 Sterling Silver double hoops, Elle Collection. Love these because they can work with suits as well as casual.

 Who is your style icon and why?

 Kate Hepburn. She mixes the practical with the glamorous and is understated yet, with an impact.

 What’s the biggest mistake you’ve seen that people make while wearing jewelry? 

 Too much and too matchy-matchy! Either the statement earrings, necklace, bracelet or rings … not all of them!

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