Top 5 Mistakes To Avoid
While people often assume that buying the right jewellery just involves showing up in a popular store and picking out the prettiest piece, there's more to buying jewellery than that - here are five mistakes that you should avoid while spending your money on carats and cuts!
If you think that taking the decision to buy jewellery is the tougher part, just wait till you actually start looking through collections - you're sure to be buried under tons of advice that your friends and family members will pile on you, eager to dish out their experiences from the past.
Men, in particular, are more likely to be clueless while buying jewellery for their partners, so here's a quick list of common mistakes that you can learn to avoid while spending your hard-earned cash on sparkly gifts for your companions
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'More Expensive Is Better'
It's easy to mislead by the assumption that bigger is better', so people (read: men) often end up choosing jewellery based on the price rather than the style of the piece. It's better to fix a budget while buying jewellery as price points in the market can differ widely. In many cases, you might find cost-effective jewellery that looks splendid, so make a mental note never to pick a ring just because it's the most expensive of the lot!
'What's in a Cut?'
Traditional jewelers often display diamonds of different cut qualities together, just to sell the best available option that they possess. You might miss out on the diamond that has the best cut if you go for the one that looks best. The better the cut, the more brilliant your diamond will be!
Get your facts and needs straight when you decide on buying jewellery, as this will help you make the best purchase rather than the easiest one.
'Just Drop In and Shop for One'
TJewels are expensive, so get a good idea about the intricacies involved before going jewellery shopping. If you're buying a diamond, you need to look for the 4Cs - Color, Clarity, Cut and Carat. If you're buying gemstones, you should have a good idea about the colors you're looking for, and what you're trying to convey to the person you're gifting it to.
If you're confused on what to buy, don't hesitate to ask for help; you can consult anyone ranging from your mom to experts who know their jewellery. Keep these common mistakes in mind when you pick up jewellery the next time - have fun shopping!
'jewellery Transcends Occasions'
Yes, occasions do matter. Proposing to the love of your life with earrings in your hand might not exactly pan out the way you would have imagined it to. Know the occasion and pick your jewellery accordingly. Engagements call for exquisite rings plainly because they can speak volumes about your love and send out a signal that you're in it for the long haul. If you have a knack for steering clear of commitments, diamond studs and earrings will send across the right message.
'All Jewels are Attractive'
When you're picking up jewels as a surprise gift, ensure that you know the person's tastes and preferences beforehand. You can't jump to the conclusion that your girlfriend loves gold earrings just because she owns three pairs - look closely and see what she prefers to wear on social occasions.
Studded stones that bring out the color of her eyes might seem like a great idea - till you receive a plastic smile when she excitedly opens the box.