Choosing your Jewellery
Unless you are buying cheap, fashion jewellery your jewellery should be chosen wisely to maximise on the cost. If you consider the following when buying a piece of my jewellery you shouldn't go far wrong:
Are you purchasing your jewellery for a special occasion and want it to be versatile enough to wear afterwards, and do you want it to last for years to come? If you are, now is a good opportunity to invest in a piece of jewellery that can be worn again in the future, and if carefully chosen can be thought of not as an expense but as an investment.
It is important to balance your jewellery and not be tempted to go overboard. If all the jewellery you wear is stunning, then each piece will be fighting for attention and will divert attention away from you. If you choose a statement necklace, balance it out with a simple outfit. Regardless of your choices, you need to be comfortable. Don't wear anything that clashes with your personality and personal style.
Are you a person who likes jewellery sets, i.e., matching necklace, bracelet and earrings? If you buy a jewellery set you know you will get matching items that have been designed to look good together. I, personally, like individual pieces for their uniqueness but this can create more of a challenge when combining different pieces of jewellery together, particularly if they are statement pieces. If they are, the secret is to balance out these pieces with other simple, complementary pieces.
Make sure the colours are right for your outfit and your skin tone.
For Tips on Choosing a Necklace click here.
For Tips on Choosing a Bracelet click here.