Looking to get a friend or loved one a piece of jewelry for Valentine's Day? If so, you might have questions on exactly what to get. Do they like silver or gold? Big statements or delicate pieces? Colorful gemstones or simple metals? The list can go on... Below are a few tips that will help you make a great choice and will ensure the recipient loves their gift!
Silver or Gold: It's a pretty distinct line, some people wear only silver jewelry and others only wear gold. (and even others wear both!) So, how do you know what to pick? Think about the pieces that your gift recipient already wears. Most likely, they will already have pieces you can use to identify their favorite type of metal. If you're not sure, a great choice is Rose Gold. Rose gold is a beautiful warm tone that looks great on any skin type and is super-popular right now. My Rose Gold Moon Necklace has been a HUGE hit for Valentine's so far.
Delicate or Statement: Again, think about they types of pieces the person you're shopping for already has. Do they love wearing large statement pieces that draw attention, or are they more inclined to wear a delicate piece that's a bit more understated.
Necklace Lengths: If you're buying a necklace, a consideration you'll have to think about his how long the necklace should be. The standard length that fits almost everyone is 17 inches long. But, some people like to wear their pieces higher up on their neckline and other like a longer look. This helpful chart shows necklace lengths and where they hit when worn. If you're totally lost as to what length to get, try 17 inches.
- Personalize It: A popular style of jewelry for Valentine's Day is an initial necklace. You can get items that are stamped, showcase a single letter or multiple, etc... The recipient will love the personalized nature of the gift. You can get their initial, a child's initial, or any letter that has meaning.
Hopefully these tips have helped you make a great decision If you're still looking for a great gift, checkout my line of personalized initial necklaces, these make great gifts and are all under $40.
XOXO - Amanda