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6 Tips You Need Before Buying Her A Necklace

December 2021 | Daniel Fed

Men often turn to jewelry when they want to show their appreciation to someone they love. For centuries women love it. They pair necklaces with their favourite outfit to complete their look, i.e. for an evening getaway with their partner. And before you know it, they tell their friends about how lucky they are to have you.

But without so many pieces out there, choosing the right piece can be a challenge.

Today, I'll walk through 6 tips on how to choose the right necklace for your significant other, let it be wife, girlfriend, mom or daughter. The list goes on.

What's the Occasion?

Similar to dress code, occasion is the first thing you should consider.

Do you plan to give her the necklace for her birthday? Or as an anniversary gift? Or are you among the top few people who enjoy spoiling your partner for no occasion? 

The occasion of the gift might help you answer questions such as how much you should spend, what type of necklaces you can go for.

The general guideline is if you're celebrating some special event, a fancier and more expensive necklace might be the way to go.

If you're just looking for a gift that say you care, maybe for Christmas or Valentine's Day, something she can wear everyday might be a good choice. Never underestimate the power of small things.

Study Your Audience

Different women like different things at different stages of their life. It doesn't matter how long you and your partner are with each other. Their style might change just as how trends in fashion change. 

Spend some time and think of what style she would like the most. A woman with a minimalistic style might not appreciate a flashy and colourful necklace. And a woman with an adventurous and colorful wardrobe might not like a subtle necklace.

You just need to pay a bit of attention to how she dresses, or even her hair style.

There you can find the answer. I mean what's better than an attentive and caring partner, right?

Big and flashy necklaces are not always a hit

If you're celebrating a grand occasion, something fancy might usually be a great choice. But remember for most other occasions, you should think of something she can wear during her day-to-day lives.

She'll then appreciate the gesture and you have the opportunity to choose something that screams you care enough to pay attention to her tastes. 

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Go with something versatile

What's considered versatile might varies from woman to woman. Women often choose their outfit before choosing the necklaces.

Generally speaking, a necklace in a classic color scheme might be a safe choice. She can pair it with many outfits from everyday life to a more fancy occasion. 

By classic, I mean something within the range of black, white, silver, gold or navy. It rarely goes wrong.

Think ahead to impress her

Women often match her necklace with a nice pair of earrings or a bracelet. You should buy a necklace that she can later find matching earrings and bracelet. Or even better, if it's within budget, you can give her a jewelry set as well. Most retailers or online shops can offer you advice on this. So don't hesitate to ask if you're not sure.

Nothing complements an outfit better than a completed jewelry set.

Quality talks

I think this goes without saying but you don't want to give her a necklace that leaves green or black marks on her neck or break soon after you gift it.

Another risk of wearing cheap jewelry is broken clasps or snapped chains. Of course, this can also happen too with expensive jewelry. But low quality ones are far more likely to break, leaving a bad impression on her neck and more importantly her mind.

Now that you know all those tips, it's time to start choosing the perfect necklaces for your loved ones. Our collection of necklaces with a variety of styles might help.

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