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  • 5 Problems Only Jewellery Lovers Have
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    Daiane F.

5 Problems Only Jewellery Lovers Have

Your eyes start to sparkle at the mere thought of jewellery!

Yet the more of a jewellery lover you become, the more demanding it seems to get.

 

We feel you.

And we don’t need to tell you it’s worth it, because you already know that.

Read through and see how many of these have happened to you.

Losing or misplacing an earring.

Especially when you *know* it was just there a minute ago.

Even worse yet, this tends to happen only when you’re in a hurry or need a specific pair for your look.

It’s not all doom and gloom though, you always find a way to make it work, either by locating it at the very last moment or going for a new pair.

Citrine & Diamond Earrings

Leaving the house without your favourite rings.

When this happens, it changes the course of your day, particularly if you’re used to their placement and weight. Something just seems off…

So tomorrow can’t come soon enough.

White Gold, Diamond & Gold Little Phalanx Stack

Running out of storage space.

It’s safe to say that you’re a lover of jewellery if you have an elaborate setup, with every piece laying in its own designated space.

Aaand you run out of said space quicker that anybody else you know.

Likewise, packing for your trips is a pain. Which pieces should you take with? And which should you leave behind? Agh!!

You have special pieces saved for special occasions.

Some of your pieces can be worn in one, and only one, very specific context.

But when the opportunity does arise for you to put them on, it’s like your own little celebration.

 

Having to prioritise new acquisitions.

No budget is truly unlimited, so you need to prioritise new acquisitions.

The balancing act of going for a single, more conscious purchase over several smaller ones is tricky.

And there’s no right answer. You’ll need to evaluate and decide at each step.

But that’s half the fun, isn’t it?

Here are some ideas to get you started:

 

 

  • Post author
    Daiane F.