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Wearing jewelry on the beach - tips and advice

A day at the beach is a wonderful opportunity to express your style, including through the use of jewelry. But there are some important aspects to consider to ensure your jewelry is protected and you can enjoy your day at the beach worry-free. In this blog post we will give you tips and advice on what you should pay attention to if you want to wear jewelry on the beach.

Choose water- and sun-resistant materials

When wearing jewelry on the beach, it's important to choose water- and sun-resistant materials. Jewelry made of stainless steel, titanium or silicone, which is resistant to corrosion and discoloration, is ideal. Avoid jewelry made from delicate materials such as gold, silver or costume jewelry as they can be damaged by salt water and sunlight.

Prefer minimal and light jewelry design

On the beach, less is often more. Opt for jewelry with a minimal and lightweight design that will subtly complement your beach look without drawing too much attention. For example, choose delicate necklaces, subtle bracelets or small earrings. This will help you avoid any unpleasant friction or tangling of your jewelry during your beach activities.

Protection from sand and sunscreen

Sand and sunscreen can damage jewelry and affect its original beauty. Be sure to put on jewelry before applying sunscreen and avoid direct contact with sand. After visiting the beach, rinse your jewelry thoroughly with clean water and dry it carefully to remove grains of sand and ensure the longevity of your jewelry.

Safe jewelry transport and storage

To keep your jewelry safe on the beach, we recommend taking a small bag or jewelry case with you. Avoid wearing valuable or sentimental jewelry on the beach to reduce the risk of loss or damage. Remember to store your jewelry safely after going to the beach to avoid scratches or tangles.

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