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Jewel Box Essentials: Must-have jewellery pieces every woman should own

Jewel Box Essentials: Must-have jewellery pieces every woman should own

Every woman is unique, and various jewellery pieces can help to create a one-of-a-kind style to suit your personality. As a fashion-savvy woman of today, you need some basic pieces in your jewellery collection that will enhance your style quotient. Any outfit can look incredible if it is matched with the perfect accessories. Here are some jewellery pieces that every woman should own. Classic Pearls One of the most popular yet elegant types of jewellery for a classy look are pearls. Their s...

BIGGEST JEWELRY TRENDS FOR 2020, PLUS ONE MEGATREND

BIGGEST JEWELRY TRENDS FOR 2020, PLUS ONE MEGATREND

During the last VicenzaOro show, a few trends stood out and I love to tell you all about it! Lucky for us, the time has long gone where trends were this phenomenon that left us looking all more or less the same way.  There are so many different styles and so many different people, and we perhaps feel freer than ever before to follow our own style instead of the hottest latest trend. In the world of jewelry, especially in the world of fine jewelry, we know that trends are more like waves....

Winter is Here! Look Trendy With These 7 Piece of Accessories

Winter is Here! Look Trendy With These 7 Piece of Accessories

People, it is that time of the year when you bring out your thigh boots and your cosy scarves, your pom-pom caps and snuggle up with your loved ones with hot chocolate and marshmallows. It is also time for shopping for your perfect winter holidays.  Here is a quick list we have curated for you, Save time. Save every dime. And Thank Us Later!  1. Studs For Men We start off with the men. There is a splendorous range of men’s studs earrings for this season to choose fro...

How to Choose the Right Jeweler For You

How to Choose the Right Jeweler For You

At some point in your life jewelry becomes a cherished part of it. For me it was the horse pin my grandmother gave me when I was ten. I really wanted a real horse, but that pin let me know that she understood me and supported my crazy horse love. I cherished that pin and years later in my first Western Horsemanship (your skill as a rider on a horse using a Western saddle,) class at Earl Warren Show Grounds, I wore that pin with pride. Yes it was on a borrowed horse, because my horse wasn’...