Collectibles and Jewelry Content – How to Write Collectible Jewelry Articles

If you go online and search Jewelry topics you will find that there are a number of books, and articles on this subject. One of the biggest topics in the category of jewelry is collectible jewelry. Apparently, there is a huge following for those authors that specialize in this venue. And many of them make quite a bit of money selling these articles to magazines, or newspapers.

There are many authors that have columns that run regularly and are syndicated around the country, it’s their only job and they make a good a bit of money as writers producing content of this type.

When writing “how to articles” on collectible jewelry you need to get into the mind of your reader, you need to consider what they are searching online, the types of questions they are asking, and gear your articles to answering those points of curiosity. One of the most important questions people ask is how do they value the collectible jewelry they already have, or the handed down jewelry that has been in their family for generations.

Another question is; “How Much Can I Get on eBay If I Sell This Collectible Jewelry?” And along the same lines is “how do I know the collectible jewelry I buy on eBay is really worth the money?”

These are all important things to the readers of such articles. As long as you are asking questions of the consumers, and collectors of such jewelry, and then answering those questions in your articles you will produce excellent content for the Internet, magazines, newsletters, and newspapers. Please consider all this.

Tie-Dye and More

Go for an interesting silhouette: You want to evoke the runway, not sleep away camp arts and crafts. Make sure you stay away from the stereotypical tie dye done on cheap cotton, boxy t-shirts. Instead, go for a flowy DRESS, structured moto jacket, or form-fitting long sleeve tee.

Pick muted hues and patterns: Another surefire way to look garish is to wear cheesy swirly print and rainbow colors. Lean toward shobori prints and dip dyed edges in pastels or cool darker hues.

Style with sleek pieces: Try pairing the new tie dye pieces with polished items like black skinny jeans or streamlined heels for a more polished look.

Start small: Just a touch of tie dye can go a long way. If you just want to dip a toe in the trend pool, you can start with a fun hair tie or intriguing socks peeking out.

Care for Off the Shoulder?

We love the new off the shoulder trend; it’s a subtle way to show off a summer tan or alluring decolletage while still leaving a lot to the imagination. Read on for our tips on how to wear bare shoulders in the latest styles.

BARDOT STYLE: Channel the iconic Brigitte Bardot in a formfitting off the shoulder TOP. Stripes add a French feel and monochromatic hues lend a sophisticated air. Add a silk SCARF around your neck for an added touch. Style with high waisted shorts or PANTS, ballet flats, a volumized updo, and mysterious cateyes.

RUFFLED: This is the most fashion forward, straight off the runway iteration of the trend. Design houses from Italy to New York have been showing a slim column silhouette topped off with a structured ruffle and bare shoulders. The bold can go for a fun print, while lovers of classics can go for solids or colorblocked. Accessorize with statement earrings and pumps.

BOHEMIAN: Charming and romantic, the bohemian OFF-THE-SHOULDER style gives off the attitude of a free spirit. Look for gauzy fabrics, crochet lace trims, and a relaxed fit. Looks great with beach waves, flares, boyfriend jeans, and leather sandals. Finish your look with a floppy hat or turquoise jewelry.

Maybe a jumpsuit is more your style…

Who doesn’t love to sleep in or lounge until the very last minute before heading out? Jumpsuits are an easy way to streamline the getting ready process. With one piece, you have an instant outfit to wear alone or add to for extra style. Read on for 3 styles of jumpsuits and how to wear them.

COMFY: Slip into a soft jersey JUMPSUIT for an effortless casual look that looks great whether you’re relaxing at home or hitting the town. For an athletic inspired look, wear with wedge sneakers and a leather jacket. For a night out, all you need is a statement necklace, heels, and bright lipstick.

FLORAL: This ROMANTIC NUMBER is perfect for brunch with friends or a sweet date look. Go boho with a floppy hat and woven flats, or girly with heeled mary jane pumps and a heart locket.

SLEEK: Go from work to cocktails in this CLASSIC BLACK JUMPSUIT. Just top off with a blazer for the office, then remove or prop over your shoulders for a street style worthy look.

Mini Dress Fashion Statement Takes Front and Centre

If it’s spring then it must be mini dress season, and 2009 is no exception to this rule. Regardless of how warm, cold, rainy, or sunny the weather might be, celebrities and stars are embracing the newest mini dress looks both on the red carpet and in everyday life.

The recent Costume Institute Gala held at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art was a dress lover’s paradise, with tons of the world’s best known stars showing up in a huge array of mini dress fashions. From the simple classics to the ultra modern, there was no shortage (no pun intended) of “above the knee” dresses populating the red carpet arrivals.

Actress Anne Hathaway harkened back to the 1960?s with her combination of retro hair and a mini dress of lush purple taffeta. The skirt was balloon-like rather than straight, a fashion statement that few people could have pulled off so successfully. Although the dress was certainly not the kind to suit everyone’s taste, Hathaway looked lovely anyway.

On the other end of the spectrum was Madonna. The so-called “material girl” wore a dress that quite frankly looked like a shrunken pair of pantaloons left over from the Elizabethan age. The colour was not quite turquoise but not quite green, instead falling somewhere in between in a shade best described by the word “blah”. All in all the outfit just didn’t work on any level, but there is a bright side: Madonna’s fashion disaster offers a great lesson to others who want to participate in the mini dress trend without making major fashion mistakes.

If you want to wear a mini dress then you absolutely should “go for it”, as long as you have a good sense of what works and what doesn’t work on your own body. Unless you have a huge amount of confidence and a picture-perfect figure it’s best to stay away from the modern/strange looks and instead opt for the modern/classic looks. Choose a mini dress that’s about mid-thigh in length or slightly shorter, but never so short that your bum hangs out the back or you can’t sit comfortably and modestly. If you?re looking for a splash of colour consider a mini dress with a fun and trendy print to it, like polka dots (big or small), distinctive floral, or an all over bold colour like red, royal blue, emerald green, or the like.

Of course, most of us simply want a mini dress that’s comfortable, stylish, and practical for everyday living, so don’t be afraid to shop around for more casual mini dress styles. Jersey knits, cottons, linens, and rayon are all great fabric choices when you’re looking for a mini dress to wear at work, while shopping, or just for casual comfort and style.