Jewelry That Doesn't Lead To The Altar
A ring. A simple piece of jewelry that means so much to every woman and just as much to every man. But this simple jewelry and the immense amount of importance it holds, is one of the reasons why most men stay away from gifting jewelry on Valentine's Day. Another reason obviously include lack of expertise, monetary investment and above everything else, the fear of how would it be interpreted.
Make this Valentine's Day special for your girl by gifting her jewelry. And do so without fear. Here is a list of jewelry that you can gift her without fearing misinterpretation.
Earrings - The key to buying a pair of earrings is knowing her style. Have you noticed her wearing some chunky stuff or small subtle tops? Pick out a pair of studs if she likes subtle. Nothing can possibly go wrong with solitaires. If she likes bigger earrings try something longer like chandelier, hoops or drops. If you can't recall her style, think of her personality and choose accordingly.
Bracelets - While buying a bracelet, aim for something pretty and suitable. A huge chunky bangle is a bad idea if your girlfriend is petite. At the same time, something so delicate that it borders towards invisibility, isn’t a good idea either. Check out her watch. That will give you a good idea of what she would like.
Pendant - Buying a necklace might just be over the top as necklaces scream commitment. But nothing should stop you from buying a beautiful pendant in a delicate chain. Considering you are looking for something that doesn't display commitment, look for something simple and elegant. Avoid big chunky stuff and certainly, nothing that will be considered as heirloom in a few years.
Don’t discard jewelry as a gift option because you are scared. After all, there is a reason why diamonds are called a girl’s best friend.
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