With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, men everywhere are facing that problem: what to get the jewelry-loving women in their lives. Here are some tips to help you choose the best Valentine’s Day Gift!😉
1. Buy what she loves, not what you want to see her in.
The most common mistake men make is to focus on what they like. What you have to keep in mind is that a jewel is made to adorn the woman.The jewel is an extension of her personality. A woman will always give you some clue of what she is fond of.
2. Get her something with sentimental value.
Choose a piece of jewelry that has meaning or history, for example an infinity necklace symbolises unending love.It wilm always remind het of tge first timw you met and your love growing towards each other! And also an ID bracelet which you can engrave memories on it! (Available at CLAYTESS JEWELLERS) doesn’t need to be expensive but has a lot of meaning and history.
3. Look in her jewelry box. Better yet, look at her.
Notice what she wears most. Study your wife, fiancée or girlfriend. What does she like – gold, white gold? Which color stone, big stone or small one? Is she a delicate or a strong woman?
Take a look at what she already owns,think about whether you could actually see her wearing what you’re thinking of buying for her.Most women pride themselves on their unique tastes and sense of style.
Consider her body type. If she has a long neck, she will look better in long earrings.If she has a small head, she will most likely go for something more delicate. The most insightful comment I ever heard from a man shopping for his fiancée was, ‘She likes long necklaces to balance out her long neck and wide shoulders.’ Wow! He was really paying attention!
4. Don’t assume she likes big stones or jewelry
If she’s a pettite lady,you probably wouldn’t want to buy her chunky jewelry or a big face watch as it will look as though she borrowed! Delicate is the way to go and if your lady is chunky like me,too delicate will not sure,a little bling won’t kill😉
I Hope This Helps!!!
Feel free to contact Tess The Jeweller for any advice or assistance with your gift search!
Tess (GIA Accredited Jewelry Professional,Diamond Grader and Evaluator,Diamond and Jewelry expect)
Blog : Tess Knows Jewelry
Facebook: ClayTess Jewellers