Two questions to ask yourself before making a big jewellery purchase
For centuries, jewellery has been considered a worthwhile investment. It’s one that allows us to express ourselves through our appearance, and its value increases over time. The great thing is that accessing quality jewellery is easier than ever, with quality outlets like Bevilles located in Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia.
To help you make the most of your next significant jewellery purchase, we’ve come up with two questions to ask yourself before heading in store!
QUESTION #1 – How much would you like to spend?
Before buying a new piece of jewellery, you should first ask yourself, what am I willing to pay? There is no right or wrong answer. It all depends on your budget and what you are willing to pay for a fabulous piece of jewellery. To make the most out of your shopping experience, you should consider a limit to spend and focus your attention to particular jewellery within that budget. This will also allow you to narrow many items down to a select group of pieces within your price range, rather than having to consider every piece on display. Our jewellers can help you find an item that's right for your budget.
QUESTION #2 – Would you like a classic or statement piece?
Are you the type of person that loves showing off an exquisite piece of jewellery to everyone in the room? Or do you prefer to look elegant with a subtle addition to your attire? How do you like to wear your jewellery? How much would you like it to stand out? These are all important considerations before making a purchase. Which would you prefer: dazzling or delicate diamonds; striking or subtle silver; glaring or graceful gold? We can tailor a selection of pieces that suit your own personal style for you to consider.
There are no right or wrong choices when it comes to jewellery – only choices that work for YOU. If you have an understanding of how much and what type of product you’d like to purchase, it can go a long way to helping you make an informed decision of which you are proud.