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Top 5 Considerations When Buying Diamond Bracelets for Women

Top 5 Considerations When Buying Diamond Bracelets for Women

Diamond bracelets have meaning and complement a woman’s look and style. But one size does not fit all. Careful thought must go into selecting a bracelet that’s beautiful and timeless. We’ll now look at the most important things to consider when buying diamond bracelets for women.

  1. Decide the Type of Bracelet to Buy

Diamond bracelets tend to have several diamonds arranged in a row in one way or another. A single diamond feature, such as a heart, is also an option. Do you prefer bulky or subtle, or complex or minimalist? Knowing your or someone else’s style will help you decide.


A traditional bracelet has a linked, woven chain. But here are some options to consider:


  • Bangle Bracelet: A bangle differs from a standard bracelet in that it’s a single metal band that can be decorated with sparkling diamonds. Bangles are often stacked with other bracelets.


  • Link Bracelets: Made up of interconnected links, these bracelets are available in many designs ranging from classic to modern. 


  • Tennis Bracelets: Providing a classic feel, tennis bracelets have a row of diamonds in a straight line. Once popular among tennis players, they can spruce up any modern woman’s look.


  • Charm Bracelets: These can have one or a series of charms. The charms can be symbols or initials, or feature any other theme with exquisite diamonds.
  1. Know How/When the Bracelet Will Be Worn

There’s no right way to wear a diamond bracelet. How you do depends on the desired look and the style of the piece. For example, bracelets can be worn in combination. You can stack multiple bracelets using different styles and colors to add spunk and personality. 


If wearing a single bracelet, you have the chance to make a statement with a stronger, more impactful design. Diamond bracelets for women can also be layered with a watch, necklace, or other piece of jewelry. 

Perhaps no other factor matters more than the occasion. If you plan to wear the bracelet every day, a simple, delicate design is ideal. A statement piece is more impactful for a special occasion such as a wedding, holiday party, or corporate event.

  1. Consider Diamond Quality

When shopping for diamonds, first consider your budget. Then you can narrow down your options. 


While you can pick from solitaire diamonds or clusters of small stones, diamond quality is a big consideration. Flawless diamonds are more expensive. A stone with a slightly lower clarity rating may look no different and be just as beautiful as any other diamond, yet cost significantly less than a comparable one. If the stones are small, as they often are with bracelets, minor imperfections may not be noticeable.


Carat weight must also be considered. The higher it is, the bigger the diamond and the more it typically costs. To determine the carat count of each stone, count how many diamonds the bracelet has. Then divide the item's total carat weight by the number of stones.

  1. Choose a Metal

The right precious metal depends on your preference, budget, and acceptable amount of wear over time. Here are the most common metals used for diamond bracelets for women:


  • Silver: If you’re looking for strength, sterling silver offers durability. It’s a blend of 92.5% pure silver; most of the remainder is copper for added strength. Silver tends to tarnish, but opt for modern silver alloys that are more resistant to wear.


  • Gold: White, yellow, and rose gold provide choices if you prefer this durable and adored metal. Gold is corrosion-resistant and won’t easily tarnish. It’s also easy to clean. But know that gold is softer and easily dents and scratches, so it’s not the best metal for rigorous wear.


  • Platinum: In addition to its durability and resistance to tarnishing, platinum is hypoallergenic. People who react to other metals typically don’t with platinum. While more expensive than silver or white gold, it doesn’t require plating to showcase its natural color.
  1. Make Sure the Bracelet Will Fit

Diamond bracelets should be as comfortable as they are beautiful. Your bracelet should not be too tight and leave marks or dangle so loosely that it can fall off. To properly size one, measure your wrist just beneath the thumb. Then add half an inch to your measurement. Another rule of sizing is if you can fit one finger between the bracelet and your wrist, it’s the right size.

Shop for Diamond Bracelets for Women at Jeweler’s Touch

We have a large selection of diamond bracelets for women representing many types and styles. Select from materials such as sterling silver or 10K, 14K, or 18K white or yellow gold. At Jeweler’s Touch, we sell leading brands of diamond bracelets at all price ranges. Browse our online catalog to find the perfect item. Or, visit our Brea store in Orange County or call 714-868-7556 today.

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