While we've shared lots of jewelry safety and travel tips in the past, sometimes it's nice to hear straight from the well-traveled jewelry lover's mouth.
We asked several popular jewelry enthusiasts to share their thoughts on traveling with jewelry, and their real-world responses are full of quick tips and relatable advice.
This is Part 3 of a three-post series on how to travel with jewelry.
Returning from vacation is never the most fun part. Although there's nothing like sleeping in your own bed, right?!
Your body isn't the only thing craving a little TLC post-vacay. Your jewelry needs a little extra attention, too.
Here's your quick post-vacation jewelry to-do list. (It'll be worth it, we promise.)
This is Part 2 of a three-post series on how to travel with jewelry.
You travel to enjoy yourself, right? Does losing, damaging or having your jewelry stolen sound enjoyable?
Didn't think so.
Read on for five precautions to take while traveling with jewelry.
You're getting ready to take off for some much needed rest and relaxation. (Unless you're traveling for work, in which case we apologize for teasing!)
Visions of white sandy beaches and drinks with little umbrellas dance in your head. Or maybe you're picturing yourself at the tiptop of that mountain peak.
Either way, you have some business to take care of before you leave. Some jewelry business.
Check off each of the following six to-dos to ensure your jewelry is as vacation-ready as you are.
Traveling to your Thanksgiving destination? Be thankful for these jewelry safety tips from Jewelers Mutual during your holiday travel: