Holiday Gift Guide

Holiday Gift Guide

Choosing the perfect jewelry gift can be a daunting task. With so many options available, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. But no worries! In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of picking the best jewelry gift.

Know Their Style

Understanding the recipient's style is crucial when selecting jewelry. Pay attention to the type of jewelry they already wear. Do they prefer delicate and dainty pieces, or do they gravitate towards bold and statement-making designs? Take note of their preferred metal color, such as gold, silver, as well as any gemstones they may favor.

Consider Different Categories of Jewelry

Here are a few options to consider:

1. Necklaces

Necklaces are a classic and versatile jewelry piece. They come in various lengths and styles, from delicate pendants to bold statement necklaces. Consider the recipient's neckline preferences and their everyday style when selecting a necklace. 

Here is a guideline for necklace lengths (usually these will be listed in the product details of an item):

Small necklace (14-16 inch chain)

Medium necklace (16-18 inch chain)

Longer necklace (18-20 inch chain)

Gift a necklace

2. Earrings

Earrings are a popular choice for gifting because they are a one size fits all kinda item! They come in a wide range of styles, including studs, hoops, and dangle earrings. Pay attention to the recipient's earring preferences, such as whether they have pierced ears (& how many times) or prefer clip-on earrings.

Gift earrings

4. Rings

Rings are a meaningful and symbolic jewelry gift. Pay attention to the recipient's ring size, their preferred metal and gemstone choices. Whether they like bigger stones, dainty rings bands, or prefer not to wear rings at all will be evident from the current rings they choose wear!

Gift a ring

5. Gift Cards

It's completely okay to not know the preferences of the person you're buying jewelry for. In fact, many people enjoy shopping for their own favorite pieces.

Give a gift card

Consider the Quality

When selecting a jewelry gift, it's important to consider the quality of the piece. Look for shops that offer real metals such as 925 silver or any sort of 14k or 18k gold. You want to avoid pieces that have brass in their make up as they tarnish quick and cannot be recovered. Hypoallergenic is a good term to know as pieces tagged with it are suitable for people with sensitive skin!

Set a Budget

Before starting on your jewelry gift search, it's essential to set a budget. Determine how much you are willing to spend and explore options within that range. Remember, the value of a jewelry gift is not solely determined by its price tag but by it's quality and by the thought and sentiment behind it.

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