|By PR Newswire||
|November 21, 2012 05:39 PM EST||
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The West San Fernando Valley leaves nothing to be desired when it comes to the retail arena. With two Westfield shopping plazas located in Woodland Hills, one of the most common pastimes for the area is recreational spending. There are plenty of stores to visit and items to consider over Thanksgiving weekend, but there is no reason to be caught up in aimless browsing on Black Friday. If you are looking for a meaningful gift for your significant other, parent, or child, why not lend some direction to your shopping exploits and visit Gideon's Fine Jewelry in the Woodland Hills Westfield Promenade? Gideon's ample selection of luxury watches from leading manufacturers such as Michele, Mark Ecko, Montblanc, Guess, and TW Steel allow the customer to cut back on the stress of their Christmas or Hanukkah shopping so they might spend more time with close friends and family this Thanksgiving weekend. The certified retailer also offers watch straps, bracelets, winders, rings, and an assortment of elegant Montblanc pens for sale.
Seasonal deals are currently available on the high-end inventory at Gideon's Fine Jewelry. The retailer offers a vast selection of Michele watches, one of the leading makers of ladies' timepieces. Michele watches combine timeless elegance with a fresh, modern edge. The sophisticated lady in your life will place great importance on this special gift that can be acquired at an affordable price from Gideon's Fine Jewelry. The authorized dealer offers a huge assortment of the Michele Tahitian Jelly Bean line which might be perfect for your college-aged daughter. This category from Michele is both feminine and dynamic, with energetic dial designs like zebra or tiger stripes, or silver dials with thick, colorful straps. The customer is sure to find a watch that will fit the personality of his or her loved one. For the female with truly refined tastes, Gideon's Fine Jewelry suggests the Michele Caber or Michele Deco lines.
The jeweler is proud to carry an assortment of GC watches from Guess for fashionable men and women. If you are looking for a sentimental yet practical item for your husband or grown son that will stand the test of time, consider a Sport Chorographic watch from Guess. These handsome watches feature round faceplates with a chocolate brown or black dial and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. There are many elegant watches for the modern lady in the Sport Chic category, reflecting the glamour long associated with the Guess label.
In addition to their ample supply of watches, the certified retailer offers watch straps, bracelets, winders, and writing instruments, as well as engagement rings. Perhaps you are considering "popping the question" over the holidays or would like to make your intentions known. With the Scott Kay rings at Gideon's Fine Jewelry, the customer can make that significant statement. These rings can be procured in gold, platinum, or white gold with various diamond cuts and settings. Gideon's Fine Jewelry encourages the betrothed couple to visit the Woodland Hills location together and view the many Scott Kay engagement ring sets.
This holiday weekend, shoppers do not need to look further than Gideon's Fine Jewelry to acquire a gift that truly reflects your appreciation of the intended recipient. Celebrate the season by visiting our store located in the Westfield Promenade and learn more about our Black Friday discounts. Call 877-992-3377 or visit www.gideonsjewelry.com for further information.
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