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March 2020

Necklaces for women come in practically all shapes and sizes - something for every style, occasion and budget. There are various types of necklaces out there and we are here to give you the low down on seven of the most common types that will help you channel your inner fashionista.Must Read: Necklace Size Guide PENDANT NECKLACE A must have for all jewellery lovers, pendant necklaces are one of the most versatile ornaments that not only enhance your style statement but also allow you to show off your personality. Some trending styles include the tree necklace, moon & stars, bars and stones

Are you fascinated by all the colourful stones out there while purchasing jewellery, but you’re just not sure which is the right one for you? We’ve compiled a list of top 15 popular stones just for your handy reference! Recommended Read -  Find out what is your birthstone? 1. Amethyst The violet variety of quartz called ​Amethyst​is a gorgeous choice when it comes to jewellery. Amethyst is the birthstone for the month of February, and it owes its colour to irradiation and impurities of iron. Due to the abundance in which it’s found in nature, amethyst has become one of the more affordable

It’s a well-established fact that shopping for an engagement ring is no easy task and requires factoring in a whole lot of important criteria. From the cut of the diamond to the setting, the ring size and the budget, the whole process of picking out an engagement ring needs in-depth research and a solid investment of time. One of the most important factors to consider, is of course, the personal style and preference of the person who is going to be wearing the ring. It’s a lifelong commitment after all! Besides fashion trends, personal style is also defined by lifestyle

Ever wonder why jewellery as a fashion accessory has a certain feel good factor about it? Sure, it’s aesthetically pleasing to the eye and can work wonders to elevate any given outfit, but there’s so much more to jewellery than meets the eye. For centuries, various cultures around the globe have believed in the astrological and spiritual powers of jewellery that when worn correctly, it can bring peace, harmony and happiness. While not everyone may buy into astrology, there’s little to refute when it comes to scientifically proven health benefits that can come with wearing certain types of jewellery. Curious? Here’s

There’s no set list of ornaments that make up the perfect jewellery box. And yet, there are some essentials, and my absolute favorite pieces of jewellery that I believe every jewellery love must have in their collection! Check out my top 5 favorite ornaments below and why I love them so much. Rose Gold Necklace Rose gold is the colour of our generation. Don’t you think? Be it stationary or fashion accessories, watches or iPhones, the colour rose gold is guaranteed to lend a certain level of sophistication to whatever the accessory. A rose gold necklace will do just that when it

Jewellery is not simply an important accessory for fashion lovers, but it is also widely known to provide astrological and spiritual benefits to the wearer. Besides it’s monetary value, jewellery pieces tend to hold special significance for the wearer. While some ornaments have emotional value and function as a reminder of a special person or a special day, there are also some ornaments that the wearer considers lucky or protective. If you’re wondering how to evaluate the extra significance of your jewellery, here’s Jewel Tree London’s guide to understanding astrological and spiritual benefits of different jewellery. Jewellery and Zodiac Signs Apart from

Birthstones are gems  - precious and semi precious - that are associated with the birth month of an individual. These colourful stones are often with good fortune, and hold significant meaning for the wearer. The stone of the month for March is the beauty called Aquamarine. Where does Aquamarine come from? Aquamarine is essentially a blue variety of the naturally occurring mineral called Beryl. Aquamarine stones are generally of a pale blue-green hue that beryl achieves due to oxide impurities. If aquamarine is of a deeper blue colour i.e. with more impurities it can also be called maxixe. Most regions that produce

If you are on the prowl online to purchase some new jewellery pieces, then chances are that you would have come across the term Vermeil quite a bit. In fact, Jewel Tree London too has a vast selection of Vermeil jewellery for you to choose from, and this shouldn’t be surprising at all given all the perks of Vermeil. If you are still wondering what exactly is vermeil jewellery, then we are more than happy to clear any and all doubts you might have. This interesting metal looks a whole lot like gold - but it’s not. It uses a unique

For those who have a wedding coming up, and those who are just simply planning their dream wedding - designing your wedding look is a crucial element to making your day memorable. After all, it’s not the food or the guests or the vows you’ll back upon - you will be hanging up photos of yourself with your partner, and your wedding style is something you will be looking at and showing off for pretty much the rest of your life. However, picking jewellery for your wedding style isn’t going to be an easy task. You need to put together pieces

Whether you’re looking to up your fashion game or simply looking to upgrade your jewellery box - finding the right pieces of jewellery that will suit your style is a tough task. Even more tough is to find jewellery with a high wearability factor. So how does one go about picking pieces that one would actually end up wearing more often than not? Worry not, for we’ve got a handy checklist of factors you need to keep in mind when picking jewellery that will suit your style. 1. Your Wardrobe Colours Most wardrobes tend to have a couple of dominant colours -


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