How to Pick Out The Right Jewelry For You? (Instead of Hoarding)

Accessories and jewelry are the perfect way to add some personality to your day-to-day outfits. Jewelry items like earrings, necklaces, rings, bracelets, watches, anklets, and toe rings help to show off your unique personal style. These pieces also make your outfits look a little bit more complete and put together. 

Jewelry shopping can, unfortunately, be difficult for many people. There are thousands and thousands of different styles and brands of jewelry that are available for purchase both in-store online around the world. Having this many options can be difficult if you do not have a guide to follow for selecting items without hoarding. By following these tips, you can build a beautiful jewelry collection that is perfectly curated.

Find a Few Top Favorite Jewelry Brands 

Shopping by a brand can be one way to make jewelry shopping easier. Once you find a brand that you like, you can continue to shop primarily with that particular designer. This has multiple benefits. First, items from the same brand often match each other nicely. Second, you are more likely to be satisfied with the purchase process and item quality when you have happily and successfully shopped with a particular brand in the past. 

Talk with a Personal Stylist 

In many areas of life, it is best to consult a professional. It is not always necessary to work with a personal stylist with fashion, but it can certainly be effective. A stylist can help you build your jewelry wardrobe with high-quality pieces that match your style. These professionals often make your shopping process faster and easier by doing all of the hard work and research for you while you enjoy your day. 

Try on Jewelry Before Purchasing 

 Most people try on their clothing items and shoes in the fitting room before purchasing them. When it comes to buying jewelry, many people forget that they can try on items. Next time you are at the jewelry counter and consider a purchase, ask the clerk if you can try on the piece. Many times pieces end up collecting dust because they are beautiful on the rack but not the body. Trying on items before buying them will help to prevent this. 

Research Different Styles Online 

It is important in many areas of life to do thorough research before making purchases. This is also true for the process of jewelry buying, especially for people who are trying to avoid hoarding. On your downtime, you can browse the internet for inspiration and information. You can also compare prices and search for coupons. 

Establish Which Jewelry Styles You Love (and Which You Hate)

There are certain classic types of jewelry that most people love. Some of these items include diamond jewelry, pearl jewelry, and locket jewelry. There are other jewelry items that some people love, but others hate. These items include hoop earrings, chokers, and anklets. When building your accessory wardrobe, it is important to decide which styles you love the most and which you like the least. 

Consider Your Occasions and Outings 

When picking out jewelry, it is important to ask yourself where you will be wearing each piece and when you will be wearing each piece. For example, jewelry best suited for a formal ball would be impractical to purchase if you live a demanding sports-oriented lifestyle and do not attend formal events. If you work in a business setting every day, it may be a good idea to purchase a high-quality watch to maximize your time efficiency and give off an air of professionalism. 

Consider Your Style and Your Lifestyle 

When shopping for jewelry, it is important to consider your style and personal lifestyle. Some items are beautiful and available for great value, but they do not suit your everyday look. Others will look like they have been a part of your wardrobe for years the second that you purchase them. Lifestyle choices also will have an impact on the jewelry shopping process. People with small children, for example, may want to avoid purchasing extremely delicate or breakable accessory items. 

 Bonus Tip: Get Rid of Excess Jewelry and Organize the Jewelry That You Already Own 

To avoid hoarding jewelry items, you must first address any existing hoards of jewelry in your home. These items should be thrown away, donated, gifted, and organized before any new items are purchased and brought into the home. This way, all of your beautiful new items will have a place to be safely and effectively stored or displayed.