Jazz Up Any Beach Outfit With Jewellery

By: Adam Singleton

It may not be beach weather here in Britain, but in some places like St Tropez, Malibu, Turtle Island, and Los Cabos, are fit for frolicking on the beach all year round. Popular haunts for celebrities seeking refuge away from their hectic lives as well as popular stretches of sand taken advantage of by celebrities playing up to the cameras of the paparazzi. No matter the locale or reason for the trip to the beach, celebrities always seem to look their absolute best even wearing very little on the white sands. No doubt this is thanks to the well oiled machine consisting of a personal trainer, a chef, someone for hair and makeup and of course the ever important stylist choosing the clothes, shoes, sunglasses and all important accessories. This year jewellery was a big highlight on and off the beaches; big, bold jewellery in gold laid on sun-kissed skin appeared to take over bodies on beaches all over.

Now that you have finally found that perfect bikini or two to wear on your sun seeking beach holiday away from the dire weather of Britain, it may be time to consider one of the most important aspects of kitting out your beach holiday: accessories. It has long been known that shoes are a girl's best friend but this year its time to get into jewellery as these accessories have taken centre stage in fashion. There are a few styles to look out for but what makes buying beach accessories so easy is that all jewellery trends this year will look smashing on any style of bikini.

We saw a lot of layering this year for clothes and jewellery so it has become hard to overdo it. The oversized pieces with mixed coloured gemstones on necklaces and earrings give a natural sophisticated look and are great matched with a plain bikini. For long strolls on the beach throw on the sarong you bought on your trip and pair it with oversized earrings and a thin gold chain necklace and pendant much like Beyonce had on when in St Tropez with her main squeeze Jay Z. Lucky for us all the accessory styles we have seen gracing the most exclusive beaches all over the globe can be purchased from jewellers online or in store.

Before getting on that plane carrying your mainstays of beach beauty, it's best to make sure you keep it safe. If you took out travel insurance for your holiday read the fine print to see if personal items are covered. If not, usually insurance carriers offer optional add-ons to their policies which can be purchased. Common sense should always be used when travelling anywhere so make sure where you go is safe and if in doubt take off anything that is too flashy for the area you are in. Better to have your favourite pieces in you hotel room locked away than taking unnecessary risks.

Another thing to consider is natural damage. Some jewellery is particularly susceptible to damage in dusty, sandy or wet environments. Gold and other metals for example should not be worn in seas with higher than normal salt content such as the Dead Sea. Beaches might look beautiful but sand can also be a problem finding its way into the tiniest spaces, scratching pieces and making chains stiff. It's always a good idea to give your jewellery a good cleaning after any trip to the beach to keep it looking its best for holidays to come.

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