Jewellery shops all over the country are starting to stock up and decorate their stores in readiness for Christmas. There are many types of jewellery that make great Christmas gifts, but charms for bracelets are certainly amongst the most popular items on women’s wish lists this year.
Charm bracelets have continued to be a popular item of jewellery for women, many of whom already own at least one or may be asking Santa for a bracelet this year. Once a woman has a charm bracelet she can buy charms that she likes, or may be fortunate enough to receive charms as special gifts.
Charms for bracelets vary dramatically in price depending on the quality of the materials used and whether they are bought from designer jewellery shops or from the high street. When buying a charm as a gift, consider buying one that will have real significance or meaning: women really like it when they can tell that a lot of thought has gone into a gift.
So, whilst buying a charm of a heart is a lovely gesture and would go down very well, a charm of something personal to them (representing something they are interested in, or some shared memory) will be even more warmly received.
If buying a charm for a bracelet, make sure you know what sort of material the bracelet is made from, since a silver charm will look odd fitted to a gold bracelet. If you do not know, then opt for a charm made from colourful enamel, which will go well with any sort of charm bracelet (and will add a welcome splash of colour).
Charms are fun and a way to carry little keepsakes around in an unobtrusive but beautiful way. They make great conversation-starters and over time they can collect and hold many treasured memories. Many people even like to pass their charm bracelets down to their children and talk to their children about the meanings behind the charms they have chosen over the years. Giving charms as Christmas gifts this year will mean that you will always have a place in the recipient’s history and heart.
So when you do your Christmas shopping this year, don’t forget charms and their bracelets; simple, cheap and adaptable to anyone in your family and most of all giving you the opportunity to personalise your Christmas gift with the very large choice you can found in jewellery shops all around London.
This is a guest post by Claire Chat a new Londoner, jewellery passionate and animal lover. She blogs about Jewllery, Pets and Travelling in Europe. If you want Claire to write you specific content, you can find email her here or contact her on Twitter (Claire_Chat).