What's Kate Bosworth Doing Hawking Jewelry?

   By shefinds  Oct 08, 2010

Even though she’s an A-list actress, Kate Bosworth is oddly enough hawking jewelry these days. Kate has teamed up with celebrity stylist pal, Cher Coulter to launch the new site JewelMint.com, where you can shop Coulter’s celebrity-approved jewelry at a discounted member rate. We’re not going to judge Kate for hawking the gems ? she has impeccable taste, and if we can shop her hand-picked jewelry, we’ll take it.

These trinkets usually retail for over $100, but for $29.99 a month, you’ll receive one piece of your choosing. If Kate’s opinion isn’t enough, share potential purchases over Facebook and Twitter to get your friend’s insight.

Follow the easy instructions, then straight off the runway, celebrity-approved pieces like this dramatic Burning Star Bracelet ($109).

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terri25 by terri25 | Garland, TX
Dec 01, 2010

The jewelry is not that pretty and really over priced. Target has better jewelry and a lot less expensive.

yamagirl by yamagirl | POWDER SPGS, GA
Nov 21, 2010

Not worth it to me !!

JustFenix by JustFenix | Colorado Springs, CO
Nov 05, 2010

My big problem is that one of the rings they sent me a link for, I have owned for about 8 years. I bought it when I sold jewelry because it was such a unique cut on the stone and the wholesale cost on that ring was maybe $7.00 purchasing thru US distributor which I hardly believe that this group is doing. I don't even mind the 400+% mark-up but please don't try to convince me that it retailed for over $100. Basically it comes down to this. If you have a great product, you don't need to lie to sell it.

nvanlaanen by nvanlaanen | Minneapolis, MN
Oct 27, 2010

the selection was poor for my personal taste, i signed up and it looks like your shopping at H&M. I cant speak to quality, but a lot of the pieces are very big statement pieces

lgs001 by lgs001 | Austin, TX
Oct 25, 2010

Ditto. I prefer to choose my own.

tori20 by tori20 | OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
Oct 20, 2010

Interesting idea. However for me... I prefer to select jewelry when I have a desire to create a special item.

MyEmptyCanvas by MyEmptyCanvas | KOSCIUSKO, MS
Oct 13, 2010

Hmmm $29.99 a month ... ehhh ... not really worth it to me in the long run, but then again ... I do not really buy jewelery that much - especially not online.

Laura116 by Laura116 | AMHERST, NY
Oct 09, 2010

I would prefer to buy jewlery when I want, not be locked into this, but if you are someone who spends this much every month, I guess it would be fine