VIDEO: Molly Sims Shares Her Top 3 Jewelry Shopping Tips

11/18/2010 at 09:00 AM ET

With the recent launch of her jewelry line, Grayce by Molly Sims, the leggy model-turned-actress is not only lending her stylish touch to vintage-inspired earrings, necklaces and bracelets, but now she’s also sharing her go-to jewelry shopping tips–just in time for the holiday season! So what to get for that special someone when you’re searching for the perfect piece? “Something simple, something elegant, something feminine and something that they can have forever,” she dishes, showcasing some chic options from her new jewelry line. Things to consider while picking out both basic or statement pieces: bold jewelry vs. layering pieces, versatile chains and mixing metals. But before we give away too much, check out all of Molly’s must-have tips in this exclusive video. And if you like what you see, check out the latest pieces of Gracye by Molly Sims at —Jessie Goldberg

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I remember years ago my methor gave some man in our church an necklace that instead of a chain , it was a thick leather cord and the pendant was shaped like a cross but the cross was made out of nails that was driven in Christ hand. I found out that this necklace did in fact come from Israel. It was very unique.

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