Three jewellery experts give advice on where to begin if you are thinking about starting a fine jewellery collection.

After acquiring new or vintage pieces you of course want to keep your treasures in shipshape condition. That’s when these tips on how to clean and take care of your jewellery will come in handy.

Curious about what people in the know collect themselves? The In My Jewellery Box series let’s us take a peek at their favourite treasures.

PopSugar shares a roundup of delicate jewellery pieces to layer to your heart’s content, while The Fashion Spot brings us 11 Emerging Jewellery Designers You Need to Know.

Miss Moss’s yearly roundup of her favourite jewellery designers always provides plenty of eye candy.

Fab Links from Our Members

Ledonna N. likes the blog “I Go By Frankie”, and wants to share a video in which Freddie talks about the empowerment of women in and through fashion.

Angie points us to a delicious pastel wardrobe capsule in peach and mint from In My Joi on Already Pretty. The blogger shares what she learned while building her first mix-and-match wardrobe capsule.

After reading this article about the 1973 Paris fashion show fundraiser to help restore the Palace of Versailles, a “pivotal American fashion moment”, Joy wants to read Robin Givhan’s book about the event.

Caro in Oz loved this extract from a Brain Pickings article on Ursula K. Le Guin: “Beauty always has rules. It’s a game. I resent the beauty game when I see it controlled by people who grab fortunes from it and don’t care who they hurt. I hate it when I see it making people so self-dissatisfied that they starve and deform and poison themselves. Most of the time I just play the game myself in a very small way, buying a new lipstick, feeling happy about a pretty new silk shirt.”