Who says that you cannot buy yourself jewellery? Whether you have a partner in life or not, there is no rule that says that you cannot spend your money on jewellery for yourself. But do you know which jewellery is for you and what you need in your jewellery box?
- Choosing the right style for you
- Respecting your budget
- Protecting and safe keeping your jewellery
Jewellery you might like
Diamond red golden necklace with a pear shaped sapphire of approximately 4.00 caratFrom ￥ 88.330 (excl. VAT)
0.50 carat solitaire diamond ring in red gold with six prongsFrom ￥ 7.200 (excl. VAT)
0.76 carat diamond design earrings in yellow goldFrom ￥ 16.180 (excl. VAT)
0.85 carat diamond design ring in platinumFrom ￥ 22.280 (excl. VAT)
0.70 carat solitaire diamond ring in white gold with six prongsFrom ￥ 7.200 (excl. VAT)
Choosing the right style for you
Yes, we believe that you probably already know exactly what you like and don’t like and what suits you perfectly and what not. But what we are going to talk about in this section is how to choose the perfect style to you, according to what you already own and the occasion during which you want to wear the piece of jewellery.
If you are looking for something to wear on a daily basis, whether at work or home to just highlight and complement any outfit, we would recommend a lovely designer pendant set with small diamonds. This type of jewellery can be worn all the time and really give that extra sparkle to any outfit.
On the other hand, if you are looking for a piece that will wow you and your friends, then why not go for a large cocktail ring, a statement ring that adds some colour and presence to any outfit. It can be a stunning designer ring that you’ve been eyeing for quite some time or a tailor made ring that you will have entirely designed yourself to create this one of kind design for you.
Respecting your budget
Whether you are going for a more classical everyday wear pendant or diamond studs or for an amazing statement ring, it is important to set the budget you are willing to spend and to stick to it. It is easy to overdo it, when you let the emotional take over the pragmatic.
One option is to seek out what you wish to buy and then start saving on a monthly basis, this will save you the stress of overspending spontaneously on an article and although this strategy requires patience, it will be even more rewarding on the long run.
Protecting and safe keeping your jewellery
Once you have bought your dream jewellery, it is important to take care of it properly and protect it.
Jewellery needs to be individually protected in boxes or pouches otherwise it can get scratched and damaged over time.
Cleaning your jewellery with mild soap and warm water on a regular basis is also necessary for the stones to keep their sparkle.