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Author: Khalid Ma'Ani

Rings have long been regarded as symbolic of romantic love. Putting a ring on someone is to publicly acknowledge your intention and desire to spend the rest of your lives together. Whether it’s a promise ring, an engagement ring, a wedding ring or even an anniversary ring - each ring holds a special place in a couple’s journey of love. But is there a ring etiquette that you should know about? What happens to each ring as a new one is introduced into the relationship? Here’s Jewel Tree London’s tips on how to wear your wedding (and other) rings! The Promise

We are all constantly evolving our lifestyle and routine to keep up with the pandemic as well as all the health safety precautions that have become a constant in our life. Fashion enthusiasts for whom jewellery is part of their identity, have been busy trying to juggle their love for accessorizing and the need for frequent hand washing. Here’s Jewel Tree London’s take on what you need to know when it comes to Coronavirus and your jewellery. 1. Should you remove your hand jewellery before washing? Frequent and thorough hand washing is an essential step in the fight against Covid-19. Every single

As countries around the world continue to battle the second and even third wave of the novel Coronavirus, people all over the globe have adapted to the new normal. Masking up, hand washing, constant sanitizing and social distancing have become an integral part of everyone’s lifestyle. Even though it’s been over a year living in the pandemic, one might still have questions regarding how to adapt your regular routine into a Covid-19 routine. For instance, if you’re someone who wears jewellery on the regular, you might wonder what’s the best way to protect yourself and your jewellery when it comes

We can almost smell the cherry blossom in the air, and with spring around the corner it’s not just the fresh bloom that has us excited but all the fresh jewellery trends too. Jewel Tree London has compiled a list of 10 jewellery trends that will seriously up your accessories game in Spring 2021. 1. Multicoloured Beads Handmade jewellery is the most exciting addition for your jewellery collection this season and what better option than multicoloured beads to match the colours of spring. Pair these with dark colour blocks for a fun contrasted look. 2. Mismatched Earrings Mismatched earrings are a fun trend that

Whether it’s a person you matched with on a dating app, a coworker who asked you out, someone you met at the bar or simply a friend of a friend - going on the first date is bound to bring with it a fair share of the butterflies in stomach feeling. You could have chatted online for a while, may have been speaking on calls and might have even Facetimed each other already, but meeting someone for a first ​date is a whole other ball game. First dates are when you get to put your best foot forward, and give your

The world as we know it has changed substantially over the last few weeks, yet most of us continue to try and maintain some semblance of normalcy in our daily lives. We might be working from home for the most time and stepping out only for a quick grocery run, but that doesn’t mean we should give up on our style statement. In fact, dressing up as you would do for a normal work day is actually recommended by professionals to promote mental well-being. If you’re going to be putting on your ‘outside’ clothes for that video conference, then why

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

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

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

Ever borrowed a piece of jewellery from a friend that looked fantastic on her, but just didn’t seem to work on you? Even if two people look very similar in terms of complexion and facial features, chances are that certain pieces of jewellery will simply not look the same on them and this could be attributed to their different skin tones. Here’s your guide to understanding skin tone and choosing jewellery based on it. Determining your skin tone - warm, cool or neutral It’s important to note that your skin tone is not the same as your skin colour or even the


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