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man's guide to, Figuring Out What She Wants.....
Buying jewelry for that special woman in your life can be intimidating. Still, the prospect of buying jewelry shouldn't have you waking at night in a cold sweat; it should be a fun, rewarding experience that ultimately leaves you proud of the gift you're giving and that special lady dazzled by what she receives.
Not Knowing Your Recipient's Tastes
Being an effective and successful purchaser of jewelry requires a good helping of perceptiveness. It's important to know what your girlfriend, wife or mother likes. No two women are the same, and each has a distinctive style or taste as unique as their personality.
Would she like something flashy or does she prefer a more subdued style? Does she wear earrings, bracelets or necklaces? Does she have a favorite gemstone? Does she only wear one color of gold? These questions and more are all worth asking. Having a firm grasp of that special lady's tastes, even if it requires a bit of covert research, will make the purchasing experience that much easier and ultimately more successful.
I don't believe we buy anything any more without doing some research...... So why would buying for a upcoming occasion , without understanding what she wants be any different? So here is your guide through the buying process with a few tips for discovering her perfect jewelry purchase.
Beyond setting a budget and creating an action plan, a full understanding of her personality, style, and general jewelry preferences makes the entire process move faster. There are a few subtle cues to employ when embarking on this hidden quest for knowledge. They involve a combination of physical research and crafty interview tactics.
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LOOK IN HER JEWELRY BOX......
The first place to start looking would be the most obvious one: her jewelry box. Scour her collection of rings, necklaces and earrings. The chances are very good that you'll find a consistent design, color scheme, and size that fit perfectly with everything about her. Does she have a lot of square shaped diamonds? Round ones? Pear or rectangles? Are the pieces bold and chunky? Small and delicate? Are they mostly silver or gold?
Finger Size , necklace length and metal preference Matters....
Think of her jewelry as an article of clothing. You wouldn't buy her a shirt or pants that are two sizes too big or too small; the same goes for jewelry. She probably understands this dynamic already, so refer back to her jewelry box if you need further validation.
CONDUCT A SUTTLE SURVEY ....
The second you ask a direct question , she's going to sniff you out....... However, there are a few subtle ways to extract the information necessary to help you narrow down your options. If she's dressing up for a night out, offer some suggestions for jewelry and gauge her reaction. Any friends get gifts of jewelry lately? What did she think of their recent gifts or purchase chooses?
The cornerstone of any relationship is communication, blatant or subtle. This is probley not your first time shopping for a gift, and DEFINITELY not the first time you've heard her discuss something of that nature. Listening can go a long way towards picking out the best possible gift.
Once you have her style and preferences decoded, you can start the actual shopping process. Thankfully, Sidney Thomas has a plethora of options and sizes, colors and features, at your finger tips. There's a good reason you're currently reading this, and it's our primary goal to provide you with a wide, easy-to-browse selection of options at affordable prices.
DON'T FOCUS ON PRICE...
This mistake can go both ways. Picking a bargain-priced but low-quality piece isn't really a value and won't necessarily elicit the response you want. On the flip side, selecting a piece solely because it carries a hefty price tag can be just as dangerous.
In the end, the recipient's tastes and the physical quality of the piece should ultimately be your guide. It's perfectly alright to have a budget, the vast majority of us do. But don't succumb to price-tag tunnel vision and forget to examine the quality of the piece that the price tag is on. Even if you're buying on a shoestring budget, there is a wide range of value selections that are affordable and extremely high quality.
Keep this common buying mishaps in mind when shopping for jewelry and always remember to make an informed decision when making the financial and emotional investment .
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