The Most Commonly Googled Piece of Jewelry Might Surprise You
Now that we know what the holy grail of leggings are (thanks, Pinterest) and which wedding dress is straight fire on Modcloth, a company called Karus Chains has given us some insight into which jewelry might already be on your Christmas wish list this year.
After a May analysis of 22,162 keywords and 25 million individuals, the company has revealed the one piece of jewelry that’s most commonly Googled.
Surprisingly, however, it’s not one that’s terribly flashy or dripping in jewels. As it turns out, the most Googled piece of jewelry is actually far more… simple.
Racking up a whopping 353,840 hits a month, the top honors go to Cartier’s LOVE Bangle: a single band of pink gold, yellow gold or white gold that is studded with screws that “lock” to the wrist with an actual screwdriver.
Designed in the ‘70s, the bangle is usually given as a symbol of commitment, much like an Irish Claddaugh ring (but a teensy bit more elegant).
Simple though they may be, these little bad boys aren’t exactly cheap: The most affordable design on the store’s Website is $6,300, with more embellished styles running as high as $40,400 ― eep!
Worn by celebrities such as Kylie Jenner and Julianne Moore, the bangle is a wee bit out of our current Christmas budget, but hey, a girl can dream, right?
Other popular styles on Karus’s list?
Do you own any of this highly covetable bling? Tell us over @BritandCo!
(h/t Hello Giggles, photos via Getty)