Perfect Vacation Jewelry and Packing Tips!
Summer is great for traveling and trips. Whether you’re planning a major outing abroad, a winding road excursion or a lot of fun at the beach, packing your jewelry smartly is a must. Jewelry can instantly spice up your outfit and your vacation. However, traveling in style has its drawbacks. It’s hard to decide what jewelry to take, what to leave at home and how to pack them efficiently. But thankfully, this guide will help you do just that.
What To Take And What Not To Take?
If you’re a jewelry addict planning for a trip, you’re already aware of the hassles that comes with it. Jewelry can easily get lost, stolen from hotel rooms and even robbed. Furthermore, more jewelry means more luggage and more tension. It’s a common practice to leave expensive and jewelry at home. These are some things to consider before jewelry packing:
- If it’s irreplaceable or emotionally valued, leave at home.
- If you’re not comfortable taking it off, leave at home.
- Unless it’s essential for a special outfit, leave at home.
We’re not telling you to leave all your precious jewelry at home, though. A trip is an awesome time to experiment. It also gives you an excuse to add some funky, inexpensive jewelry pieces to your collection. Some jewelry you can take during a vacation:
- Few natural pieces (small hoops or stud earrings)
- Pieces that match with multiple outfits (small pendant, chain-link bracelets)
- Trendy statement pieces for spicing it up on special occasions.
It’s also wise to probably leave your wedding/engagement ring at home during trips. Why not switch it for your less flashier wedding band instead? For hiking and overseas trip, a travel band might be less costly, yet significant alternative. If you’re interested to flaunt the look but not risk the real thing, go for a white gem lookalike ring.
Suggested Vacation Jewelry
For All-day Use: Crotchet Pearl Stud Earrings
These classic ring can be worn all day for many occasions. These can instantly make an outfit look classier. You can even wear them with a tank top and shorts. The handcrafted base and cultured pearls can pull off even demure outfits. You can never go wrong with pearls!
For A Night Outing: Sun Glitter Earrings
The 14K gold earrings can surely add some glamour to your evening dress. A cornucopia of semi-precious gems like sunstone, tourmaline, rose quartz and labradorite can underline your feminine side. Coupled with your flowing night dress, these can surely glisten up your fancy dinner experience.
Ring for Excursions: White Light Rings
What defines grace and never goes out of style? The answer, handcrafted moonstone rings. The shiny gloss of the sparkly white moonstone is simply magnificent. You can wear multiple rings for a unique look.
Bracelet for Holidays: Elephant Safari
Wear your adventurous heart on your sleeves with this incredible elephant bracelet. It consists of sterling white elephant charms interlinked in a glorious circle. This adds the safari element to your outfit and underlines your adventurous mind.
Statement Piece: Scento® Gold Drop Perfume Necklace
Vacations are all about freshening your life and nothing does that better than the delightful 18-carat gold plated Drop Perfume necklace. You can wear the relaxing freshness of your favorite perfume. You just need to spray on the perfume and you’re good to go. Definitely, makes a statement, right?
Here are some handy tips to remember while you pack your jewelry.
- Always insure any heavy jewelry you take on trips.
- Invest in a travel jewelry case or jewelry roll to store your jewelry.
- Put necklaces through a plastic drinking straw to keep them tangle-free.
- Pierce earrings through index cards and buttons to keep them from being lost.
- Store earrings, bracelets, necklaces in pillboxes or medicine containers and put them all in a Ziploc bag.
Travel Light, Rest Easy
Vacations are for enjoying and having a great time. Don’t ruin the moment by worrying about losing your jewelry. Start planning early and make the most of your holiday, in style!
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