You might have just bought a new watch that is water resistant and wanted to try it out, so you went for a swim with it and when you were finished you got caught up in a dust storm, and your watch ended up being covered in mud, considering that it was still wet. Had that happened to you, you would probably be posed with the question: “how do I clean it”.
The first thing you should know is that there are different ways to clean jewellery, so in this case the watch is water resistant, meaning that you can easily place it under a tap of running water, wiping it gently with a soft cloth, in order to avoid scratches.
Unfortunately though, not all jewellery is water resistant, so you might want to keep these jewellery pieces away from dirt and if for any reason they end up getting dirty, despite all the efforts you put in, then you should buy some chemicals that are specifically designed to clean the type of jewellery that you possess, to avoid any further problems.
It is often said that “prevention is better than cure”. Meaning that you should rather avoid getting your jewellery in contact with dirt because if you purposefully expose it to dirt, thinking that you will clean it later, then you might end up compromising the overall appearance of the jewellery piece, by making it get scratched in the cleaning process, as many jewellery pieces tend to get scratched quite easily and you could end up making the colour fade, if the jewellery piece is platted gold or something similar.
Surely this all sounds disturbing to you, which is why yo should follow these steps, which will ensure your jewellery remains clean.
-If you know that you are going to take part in an activity, where you will surely get dirty, such as driving a motorcycle through the mud, going paintballing or even going for colour runs, then be sure to leave all your jewellery either in the car or at home.
-If you just cannot live without telling the time and enjoy the outdoors, then you should invest in a water, shock and scratch resistant watch.
-Do not go for platted jewellery if you enjoy messy activities, as some pieces fade quite easily when exposed to certain chemicals an water.
Follow these simple steps and you will surely be satisfied with the results.
Jewellery is one of life’s little luxuries – a quick and simple way to make us feel better. It’s also a constant wardrobe staple – trends may come and go but people were wearing jewellery thousands of years ago and we’re still at it. What has changed though is that while once jewellery was the preserve of the rich and famous, we can all now look fabulous! While every girl should have some real diamonds to her name, the availability of good quality wholesale jewellery means that we can cheer ourselves up that bit more often and grab a bargain while we’re at it. So go ahead and treat yourself to this year’s must-have accessories…
So what are the jewellery trends in the UK for this year? After big statement pieces for the last few seasons, the romantic look has come back in, with smaller, more delicate pieces, and geometric styling. Metallics are a big story, with silver, bronze, gold and rose gold in particular all featuring prominently in the spring and summer collections. Rings are delicate too, stacked for effect but still slim and elegant. Skinny chains set with classic pearls are a big story this season, with nods to an age of bygone glamour.
Teaming the geometric trend with the romantic look, and working the metallics once again, tasselled jewellery is everywhere. The look works particularly well on earrings, where the movement of your head will allow those strands to shimmer, and on necklaces where the solidity of the tassel is combined with a delicate chain. To add colour and drama to this golden look, search for beading on the end of the tassels – think 1930s London.
Take some style inspiration from history with arm cuffs. Wear a few together, and push them up your forearm towards your elbow, or let them dangle loosely from the wrist. Pretty gemstones set into the metal of the bracelets soften the look and add a touch of femininity to an androgynous cuff, or if you prefer charms, hang a small selection of pretty stones from a skinny bangle. The romance of gemstones, and birthstones in particular, is a trend that shows no signs of going anywhere. Adding a birthstone gives a personal touch to a classic piece, and brings it right up to date.
So whatever lovely jewellery treats you pick for yourself, keep them pretty and you won’t go far wrong this season.
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