Jewellery gift ideas for your loved ones

Buying presents isn’t always easy, even when you’re buying for your nearest and dearest. Just because you know someone well doesn’t mean that gift ideas are readily available. [...]

Buying presents isn’t always easy, even when you’re buying for your nearest and dearest. Just because you know someone well doesn’t mean that gift ideas are readily available. If you’ve decided on jewellery but you can’t decide what kind, then this blog will help you to make that all-important decision. Divided by relationships, have a read to discover some top picks for all the different people in your life. If you’re still not sure after all this, you really can’t go wrong with luxurious diamonds.

Mother

Buying jewellery for your mother can be a tricky one. You probably want to get her something really special but you’re not sure if she’s following all the latest accessory trends. Your best bet is sticking with something classic and timeless. This way, she can wear the special piece you bought her for years to come without worrying about it going out of style. A particularly thoughtful gift could be a locket with a photo of you and your siblings inside.

Significant Other

Heart-shaped jewellery might seem overdone, but if your partner is a romantic at heart they’ll probably really appreciate the gesture. This is especially true on Valentine’s Day when you’ll definitely be forgiven for the glittery heart necklace even if it’s really not their kind of thing. Consider buying a matching pair of bracelets or rings as a symbol of your relationship.

Younger Sister

If you have a little sister who is going to be celebrating a big birthday or significant milestone you probably want to buy her a special piece of jewellery to remember the occasion. While you might think something classic will be safest, young people aren’t always as excited about pearls as adults. Find out what gemstone is associated with her birthday month and pick out a piece with a bit of colour, or buy her a charm bracelet that she can fill up over the years with memories.

Brother or Father

Men don’t often receive jewellery unless they have a particular interest in it, but that doesn’t mean it can’t make a great gift. Instead of rings and earrings think about watches and cufflinks. These can have a really elegant feel and make for a thoughtful present that will be treasured for years to come. Unless you know your male relative likes gems and diamonds, try to stick to solid metals that look clean and don’t sparkle. But if you’ve seen your brother or father wearing a ring or two, consider getting them something that could match their current collection.

Yourself

Sometimes you just want to get yourself a little treat but aren’t sure which direction to go down. Take a look at your jewellery collection and think about what kind of pieces you’re missing. Do you need some more statement necklaces or do you struggle to find earrings to wear at a black-tie event? Whatever it is, try to buy something you’ll wear again and again for it to be a really worthwhile gift to yourself.

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