Pearls in 2020: Personalisation

by Joanne BRENT January 22, 2020

Pearls in 2020: Personalisation

Pearls are a natural, organic, environmentally-sustaining and virtually-renewable gemstone from the ocean. They come in all shapes and colors, play well with other gems, metals, and materials, and can be quite affordable compared to other options like diamonds. What is more millennial than that? Well, to be honest, being able to personalize your pearl jewelry to your exact tastes too!

 

Pearls Done Your Way

When it comes to pearl trends in 2020, there are so many choices and so little time. This has started to influence consumer choices when it comes to their jewelry. Customers are now, more than ever, enjoying the opportunity to customize their most-treasured pieces. This is why at Namaka Jewelry, we give our customers the chance to choose their pearl and color and shape, which works to create a piece truly unique to the wearer. While the trend is moving towards preferences for limited-edition luxury items in general, personalized pearl jewelry is predicted to continue coming to the forefront this year.

 

A Penchant for Unique Pieces

There is a lot of mass-market jewelry available in retailers now, and being able to offer new, exciting designs (that aren’t in every store window) appeals far more to a discerning consumer. Ever-evolving customer preferences also dictate a penchant for more and more unique pieces. After all, the pearl renaissance doesn’t seem to be slowing down as consumers seek unique design options and modern interpretations of the classic pearls your mother or grandmother admired. It’s advisable that many players in the jewelry industry pay attention to pearls in 2020, as these gemstones will no doubt be inspiring some of the most influential jewelry trends this year.

 

20% OFF Custom Pearl Jewelry

Did you know that we launched a fresh collection? Visit our website to browse through our designs, as well as the rest of our beautiful handcrafted collections. If you see a piece that you love, you can even speak to us and choose the exact pearls you’d like to showcase. This means you’re in control of the entire customization of your pearl jewelry. For more information, don’t hesitate to read through our informative shopping guide or contact our knowledgeable shop assistants.





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