- Which key pieces of gold and diamond jewellery should you bring with you?
- How to care for your jewellery while travelling?
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Which key pieces of gold and diamond jewellery you should bring with you when you travel
When travelling in style, there are quite a few things that you should not forget to bring along with you.
From the obvious clothes to fit the various dress codes and events relevant to your vacation, to the appropriate accessories such as hats, sunglasses, shawls and handbags.
In any case, you should not forget the objects linked directly to dolce far niente and that really symbolise vacations, such as your favourite book, magazines and music to fully relax and forget about the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
But most importantly, if you wish to fully travel in style you have to bring some key pieces of jewellery with you. It does not necessarily have to be the most expensive gold and diamond jewellery that you own, but a couple of pieces that will add a little something to your outfits.
These could be long dangling earrings that really add a bit of folklore to summer outfits; golden or colourful. You will also need bangles, and many of them, to adorn your arms. A few rings to wear in the evening should also be included in your travel case as well as a couple of necklaces, a long thin one and a short one that can be worn all day.
How to care for your jewellery while travelling
When travelling with all these lovely pieces of jewellery you need to care for them even if they are not gold and diamond jewellery. First you need to make sure they are correctly packed while you are not wearing them. A jewellery travel case may be a little cumbersome and therefore not ideal, but a smaller jewellery box, covered in a soft protecting material, is the perfect alternative. Another interesting option would be a jewellery roll. It perfectly protects your jewellery and it is easy to pack in any suitcase as it does not take much space.
If for any particular reason you need to clean your jewellery while travelling, your best option is to just use lukewarm water and a mild soap, nothing more.
How do I make sure my jewellery is safe when travelling? How do I care for my jewellery when I am abroad? BAUNAT has a great team of experts that would be delighted to answer any questions you may have regarding the packing and caring of your jewellery. Therefore, do not hesitate to contact BAUNAT’s jewellery experts directly. Also have a look at the beautiful online collection for some wonderful designer pieces or timeless classics that will certainly fit all of your summer outfits.