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Hey everyone! So as I was talking to one of my girlfriends today, I realized how hard it is to choose where to shop with such a broad number of jewelry stores out there. For me, jewelry is a lifetime investment, as it should be for you too. Therefore, choosing the right jeweler is super important. Here are a few things you need to pay attention to when shopping for jewelry.

First, you should always purchase from a store with an extensive collection. I mean, you want options right? This will allow you to browse all sorts of designs at the same time.

Second, you’ll want to choose a jeweler with whom you can develop a lasting relationship. Find out how long the store has been in business and research their reputation. A well-established business is more likely to have quality references, and will be around for regular ring maintenance.

Third, definitely make sure the store has a return policy and some sort of warranty. This determines whether or not the store is willing to take responsibility for the customers who aren’t completely happy with their purchase. I simply will not buy from a shop without a return policy because, to me, it shows a lack of confidence in the jewelry.

However, I do a lot of online shopping as well. Although it is rather convenient, I recommend checking the security of the website. I just can’t imagine anything worse than throwing money away on what you thought was the perfect three-stone diamond pendant necklace in 18k white gold! If you’re still unsure after checking the security, reach out to the representatives and view their terms and conditions.

Lastly, you should always compare deals and prices from different jewelers as well as the designs and materials used so that you know you’re getting the best for your money.

Be sure to keep these things in mind the next time you’re in the market so that you can protect yourself and your investments! For other jewelry tips and trends, be sure to check out my vlog, The Jewelry Find on YouTube. Thanks again for reading!

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