When trying to pick out a brilliant gift for someone close to you, jewellery always makes a good option – if someone I know is reading this, take note… The only question is, what do you actually buy? As jewellery involves so many different options and selections, it’s easy to be paralysed by the choice and end up buying something you’re not happy with. To help avoid this issue, I thought it might be a good idea to put together a list of the trendy and fashionable jewellery options. This way, you can buy someone special a gift that you know will be trendy in the future as well as today. Hope this helps!
Rose Gold Cufflinks
Rose gold cufflinks have been catapulted into the fashion scene over recent years for multiple different reasons. The primary appeal of rose gold cufflinks over other styles of cufflink is obviously the rose gold colour – very bloggeresque. The shine of rose gold provides a perfect middle ground between the opulence of traditional gold and the neutrality of silver, allowing rose gold jewellery to complement almost any outfit and colour scheme.
On top of the ability for rose gold cufflinks to fit into many different outfits, it helps that the material isn’t obscenely expensive. This is one of the main reasons why rose gold made it onto this list – because it doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. Rose gold exudes luxury and glamour without actually requiring a lot of money to buy. Talk about the best of both worlds! Plus, it’s very on-trend at the moment and that won’t be changing anytime soon.
Vintage watches have started to solidify themselves back into current fashion and though very expensive, they do look incredibly nice. If you’re hoping to get a really special piece of jewellery then this is your best bet because the likelihood is, the vintage watch you purchase is going to be very rare. As a tip, don’t just purchase a watch and hope. Due to the price associated with these incredible items, it simply doesn’t make sense to buy without consulting the gift receiver. Instead, try selecting three or four watches within your price range, print off images of them and then give them to your special someone as a gift on Christmas day. Afterwards, simply ask them to pick the watch they like most. Using this method there’s no chance of you accidentally buying something that isn’t wanted (this is a great tip when buying any kind of expensive gift).
This one might seem a little unusual but trust me, it’s a great idea. Over the last couple of months, there has been an increase in popularity of not only translucent jewellery but completely transparent jewellery too. By definition, transparent jewellery is some of the most adaptable, versatile and surprisingly eye-catching jewellery that you can wear. These traits make it perfect for a friend who isn’t afraid to step out of their comfort zone and make an impact with their look. One of the biggest advantages of transparent jewellery is the fact that it’s usually quite cheap. Most transparent and translucent jewellery is made from plastics and enamels, two fairly cheap materials compared to the usual precious metals that we use to accessorise. You can expect this price to decrease further as well when transparent jewellery takes a greater foothold in fashion and begins to be manufactured in larger numbers. This is a Christmas gift that isn’t suitable for everyone but will be greatly appreciated if you get it right.
Hopefully, this post will have inspired you or given you some new ideas around what to purchase for your friends and family. There’s nothing better than feeling comfortable and looking good in what you’re wearing and with any luck, your jewellery gift will help those close to you feel this way!