On to my list. Don’t worry- you don’t have to send me anything.  Although, if any of you know my husband in real life, you can feel free to send him this link.  
First on my list- the Ocean Gemstone Ring Stack.  All of a sudden I’m really into gold, and these colors remind me of the cruise we took this year, which is a nice pick-me-up from the grey weather outside right now!  This ring is from the Robindira Unsworth Collection, and I actually love everything she has listed. 
Next, basically all of the earrings in the LK Designs Collection.  The graduated colors are gorgeous, and I had a hard time picking a favorite pair to list, but I’m going with the Ombre Teardrops.  Being able to wear dangling earrings is the small consolation prize I get in return for no longer having an infant or a toddler to grab at them, so they may as well be fabulous! 
Fragments has its own namesake collection, as well.  I actually believe that sparkles are a core value.  Seriously.  Sparkle studs, CZ hoops, and crystal pieces in various colors, these are all adorable and very affordably priced, with pieces starting at the $30 mark. 
While I wanted to be sure that my list was realistic, I couldn’t help just taking a quick peek at the fine jewelry.  Our 10th anniversary is coming up, and I would definitely not object to an eternity band, especially if it’s got Glitter in the name! Having a third band to change up the look of your wedding set is such a fun idea, and even though I wouldn’t ever give up my original band, I would definitely add a little extra bling now and then!
And, since it’s a “wish” list, let’s just throw one out there.  I love stars and snowflakes, and this diamond and opal star necklace (for a cool $11,000) is amazingly beautiful and I would just sit and stare at it all day.
In addition to shopping for pieces based on your personal likes, Fragments also features pictures of celebrities wearing their pieces (Oprah and Miranda Lambert are fans) as well as a blog, editor’s picks, trend watch, and owner Janet’s picks  to help take the guesswork out of selecting the perfect piece of jewelry.    
This is a sponsored post from Fragments, however all opinions are my own.  (Seriously, it's not that much of a stretch to find jewelry I'd like to have in my life.  At all.)  All photographs are courtesy of Fragments.com