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Bling & Swing: jewellery pimps your outfit
Jewellery is the mother of style statements because necklaces and bracelets are the oldest accessories in the world. Further jewellery is interesting for both men and women and you can discover many different trends and styles. Basically you have to differentiate between real jewellery and fashion jewellery. Visually there is no difference but fashion jewellery is made of simple metal like aluminium which is covered with real metals sometimes. Real jewellery on the other hand is made of gold or silver. Affordable high-quality jewellery is made of stainless steel that is covered with gold, silver or rose gold. Some jewellery pieces attract with simple elegance that is typical for golden rings and fine necklaces. Very often the structure is essential for the look: necklaces can be arranged in complicated chain links, bracelets are made of mat and shining metal and others combine metal pieces of different colours. Another kind of style elements are glas- or precious stones which are used for gentlemen’s jewellery singly – many ladies’ jewellery pieces are covered with sparkling stones all over.
Golden jewellery in noble design
Gold is known as the most precious metal and some people see it as a reliable investment. Jewellery made of gold or covered with gold matches warm colours like red, yellow or brown. If you wear something black and dark make-up for a festive occasion it will make golden jewellery shine bright. It is best to combine eye-catching jewellery with uni-coloured clothes. Anyway it is good style to keep larger jewellery pieces apart from each other. If your earrings are large creoles the necklace has to be decent, bracelets can be voluminous. An impressive collier can be combined with small earrings and bracelets, if you need a second highlight you can wear a larger belt or an extravagant clutch.
How to clean golden jewellery:Real gold should be cleaned by a jeweller. Additionally you can use a polishing scarf.
Silver jewellery matches anyone
Silver is never overdressed, for that it is used as a basis material or finish for most jewellery pieces. Stainless steel has a silver like colour too and follows the same rules for style. Silver matches cold colours like blue, grey or green and is best for people with dark hair and pale skin. In all-day life silver jewellery can easily be combined with a casual style or with a chic business suit. Silver or stainless steel are absolute all-rounders for women and especially trendy if it comes to men’s jewellery. The cool touch fits to masculine designs perfectly and you can wear silver elements with a leather band as well.
How to clean silver:Silver can be polished with a special cleaning cloth. It can turn dark if you do not wear it for a while. To prevent that, put it into a jewelry box.
Especially feminine: jewellery made of rose gold
Because of its slightly pink colour rose gold is used for lady’s jewellery only and it matches pastel colours very well. The decent shade of colour underlines a feminine look and is often used together with playful pendants or refined rhine stones. Rose gold jewellery harmonizes particularly well with pale skin even if gold or silver do not. Usually metallic shades are not mixed with each other but sometimes pink gold jewellery is interlaced with silver or golden elements to break up the homogeneity.
How to clean rose gold:Basically this metal can be cleaned with a special scarf, just like normal gold jewellery, but you can use a soap for sensitive skin as well. After cleaning jewellery with water it needs to be dried and polished with smooth cleaning cloth.