It feels like Christmas was only yesterday, and Creme Eggs are back in the shops for Easter. But halfway between that falls Valentine’s Day, and with current national lockdown not ending until at least 15 February, meaning that non-essential retail is closed, you’ll need to plan ahead this year, more than in previous years.
You’ll also need to have a good think about how to woo your significant other on 14 February too, with restaurants and nights out being off the cards, but there’s plenty you can arrange for a . As for gifts, you can never go wrong with silver jewellery, so here’s our guide on how and what to buy.
Shopping for jewellery for a loved one can sometimes be a stressful task, when you are trying to figure out her preferred style, the size, and even your budget, trying to avoid being seen as either a cheapskate or too extravagant. It is made trickier this year without having the help of a jewellery store assistant to guide you!
As for style, this can be the most difficult part. It will require some study on your part. Pay attention to the jewellery she wears either often and casually, or favourite pieces she saves for special occasions. If she mentions she adores a certain piece, or she has just bought something new, ask her what it is she likes about it, and make a mental note to help guide you.
Of course, you don’t want to buy something identical to what she has, but take inspiration from her tastes and style. If you’re buying jewellery for the first time for her, then you can’t go far wrong with a statement pendant or necklace. You can always enlist the help of one of her close friends for guidance.
Getting the ring size can also prevent an issue and a modicum of sneakiness on your part. You will need to borrow one of her rings, noting which finger she typically wears it on, and use a . If in doubt, go for a slightly larger size.
A little forward thinking can help you find the ideal gift for her, and not just for Valentine’s Day. If you’re looking for jewellers in Beaconsfield, visit our online store today.