Are you accessorizing for a big party? Maybe you want to buy jewelry for some other special occasion and don’t know where to start. Developing a game plan based on both your personal preferences and the types of jewelry which flatter you is a smart starting point to picking jewelry.
Rewarding yourself with a treasured necklace or special earrings can boost your self esteem. It also doesn’t hurt to be the talk of the party when your jewelry ensemble dazzles other attendees.
If you feel confused about buying jewelry for yourself ask a close friend for feedback.
Don’t Fear Going out on a Limb
Some people are so afraid of picking the wrong piece of jewelry that they make a bland selection. Going conservative is okay but in most cases you’re better off making a bolder move. If you feel too busy or lack the clarity to buy a piece of jewelry which fits your personality consider asking a friend to make a bold choice for you. Either you need to move out of your comfort zone and invest in something that’s different and dazzling or ask a close friend to make a selection based on their perception of you.
You don’t need to make a gaudy selection to create an impact but taking the path less traveled can boost your self esteem and it may just make you the talk of the party.
Considering Matching Accessories
Buying a necklace, earrings and accompanying bracelet can help you accessorize effectively. It may be difficult to find a piece of jewelry which matches up with other individual accessories. Buy a set of jewelry to make your life easier. Perhaps you can buy a few pieces of the jewelry set for one holiday and complete the set on another special day.
Which colors do you prefer? What colors flatter you? Take your skin complexion and personal preferences into account before investing in jewelry. If you have a fairer complexion you may want to buy a necklace or earrings which complement your skin tone.
A darker toned person would buy a different shade or style of jewelry compared to a fair-skinned individual.
Factor in your likes and dislikes. Some women may enjoy the look or hoop earrings while others prefer a more subtle, smaller stud. Weigh out both your physical appearance and personal preferences to find the right jewelry for you.
Take Size into Account
Measure the size of your wrists and neck. An average-sized woman will be able to buy a wide range of jewelry with no problems but if you have a larger or smaller sized neck or wrists it doesn’t hurt to visit your jeweler with measurements in mind.
Be particularly mindful of your ring size for any type of wedding or engagement ring.
Gold and Silver Plus Preferred Stone
Most women pick either gold or silver as their predominant metal Decide on your preference and also pick out your favorite series of stones to work from a watch list of potential accessories.