Pretty Girl

Name a few things that are sweeter than jewellery designed especially for little girls. You can’t think of that many, can you? Fact is that nowadays, the industries focusing on children as their primary clients has increased a great deal. And for a good reason. It is not considered shallow anymore to but small pieces of jewellery for your kid, or for someone else’s. Actually, such a gesture can be really, really nice if done with good taste and measure.


The Neverending Story

All children are attracted to shiny things from a very early age. That is totally natural and understandable. However, little girls show particular interest in making themselves pretty, just like they see their mothers doing. While they would like to try on make-up too, that would be just too extreme and early for their age. But a simple necklace with a pendant that suits their taste would make them happy and even entertained. Seeing small girls with bracelets decorated with pastel-colored details is an enchanting view.

Also it would be totally appropriate at this point to stress out the fact that jewellery makes for a great present idea too, isn’t it so? Because, let’s face it, getting a toy or chocolate is so old news. Plus, children always are given stuff like that not only by their parents, but from everyone else that wants to make them joyful. This is why getting, say, a pair of delicate earrings as a present could be very appropriate at anniversaries or other special events.

Whether considered pointless or totally reasonable, fact is out there stand many brands with consistent portfolios on the subject of girl's jewellery. Continuously expanding in the field and with a good reason to do so: by market request. It has to be mentioned once again how much clothing lines for children have expanded too, and how many designers create seasonal collections because the need is ever growing.

What is your take on jewellery designed especially for children? I would love to hear your thoughts on the subject, so don’t be shy! xo

Sweet treats,
Daiane

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