One of their more famous products is Diamonique, "the world's best simulated diamond" (their words, not mine--though I agree). Diamonique is all the rage in my family; my mom, grandma, two aunts, and myself all own several pieces. When I got married, my mom and I butted heads over whether or not I would wear a bracelet. I was like, "NO I HATE THEM," and was all, "Shut up and borrow one from your aunt!"
I'm glad I listened, because I got to wear this pretty thing all day:
That picture doesn't do it justice. None of my wedding pictures did, either. It was VERY sparkly without looking over-the-top, and had a nice art deco style. Now, I will warn you: Diamonique is more expensive than, say, a rhinestone bracelet, but that's because Diamonique is higher quality. This particular item is part of the Epiphany Platinum line. Not solid platinum (like THAT would ever be a bargain), but sterling silver covered with a layer of the pricey metal. It will set you back $90. (Or zero dollars if you borrow it.)