If you’re treating yourself to jewellery or buying a gift for someone else, the choices available can make it difficult to choose which piece to buy. Here are some suggestions to help you narrow down your search and remind you to not feel guilty if you’re spending money on yourself!
Buying for Yourself
If the jewellery is for you, you might feel guilty spending so much money on yourself and may find it easier to explain buying presents for your loved ones instead. However, by purchasing an exquisite piece from the faberge jewellery collection from Chisholm Hunter, you know that these are timeless. So, even after years of wear, your chosen piece or pieces will stand the test of time and you’ll be able to pass them onto your loved ones.
This means you get to treat yourself now, and your family later. This adds sentimental value to each artistically created ring, bracelet, locket or pair of earrings you own and will someday pass down to the people who mean the most to you.
Treating yourself to a special piece of jewellery also means you will have something you can add to any outfit, no matter the occasion. So, if you need an extra confidence boost, or to feel like you fit in somewhere you might usually be self-conscious, you will look and feel the part.
Buying for Others
If you’re buying jewellery as a gift for someone else, it’s difficult to know what they might prefer. You can narrow down your options by the occasion or the type of relationship you have with the recipient. If they are your romantic partner, rings are always a good choice, whether as a display of your affection or as part of a marriage proposal. For close friends or family members, a locket or bracelet might be a great option. It lets you spoil them and they will feel amazing whenever they wear it.
If you’re unsure of the recipient’s preferences on jewellery, it helps to pay attention to what they regularly wear and buy them something similar, or choose something that they may prefer to wear for special occasions or just to feel more confident. You can also invite them to come shopping with you, under the guise of choosing jewellery for yourself. Then you can ask them for their opinion, and what they would choose.
If you’re buying earrings for someone, it’s important to make sure they have their ears pierced. It’s easy enough to check by paying attention to whether they wear earrings. If you want to ensure these aren’t clip-on earrings, you could pay them a compliment on the pair they’re wearing. This can give you the excuse you need to have a closer look and make sure. You don’t want to buy someone a beautiful pair of earrings which they are unable to wear.
Buying jewellery doesn’t have to be challenging, and by understanding the true value of your chosen piece, you will be just as happy treating yourself as you are buying for someone special in your life.
Do you like treating yourself or do you prefer to buy for others?
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Emma England says
Jewellery makes the most special gift doesn’t it! I love to treat other people.
Rachael Sexey says
I think jewellery is such a lovely gift especially if its personalised
Anthea Holloway says
I love buying jewellery for myself or as a gift.
Rebecca Whatmore says
I do love buying jewellery for myself but isn’t something I do regularly as it is a luxury good and there is always something I need to prioritise buying. I do love it when I get jewellery as a gift as it is special. I love this range – it is very unique.
lynn neal says
Jewellery makes a wonderful long lasting gift so I like to chosse it for myself and others!
Carly Belsey says
I prefer to buy jewellery for others but then I also like it when say my daughter buys me a special necklace which I can treasure.
These look great, I’d love to treat myself 🙂
Emma Larkin says
Great advice! Thank you giving us some pointers, I found this really useful.
Debbie Clarke says
I love receiving jewellery. Unfortunately my other half prefers to gift me kitchen utensils
Angela Linge says
I love buying and wearing jewellery.
Jeanette Leighton says
I really love personalised jewellery with pictures of my children or fingerprints
The gift of jewellery is always special
Georgie Wright says