You could say that this is my first post My last one was just a hello and I can’t really call it a posting as it was just me saying hello and rubbish like that. This, however, is going to be earth shattering. Or perhaps not :)
I suppose you can’t really call my last post a post It was just me saying hello and that was all so this is…my first post. I’m getting ready to write something awe inspiring. Makes you sit up. Makes you think and go “Wow - why didn’t I think of that?
I don’t think, however, I can do that. I do apologise but that could be in the next post. This article, however, is just a bit of an observation. When you go shopping you see places full of jewellery designed for women. But women aren’t everyone in the world and there’s about 50% of the population who are men but the amount of jewellery that are for them is tiny, compared to jewellery for ladies.
When you consider children’s jewellery, there’s even less of a choice. If you do find a piece of jewellery for a kid, you take a look at the quality and see it’s often lacking.
I’m thinking of high street shops when I’m thinking of this, however.
On the internet it’s a better situation - you can actually get a choice of good quality pieces of kids jewellery. And I do think that designers are realising that children actually want more than just beads on pieces of string - kids know what is good!
Online stores don’t just cut down jewellery and realise that children have different tastes. They seem to understand that *shock* kids are different to adults and like different things! Just what youngsters love to wear!
I’m just hoping that high street shops will start to understand that just because people are young, doesn’t mean they are happy with tacky, low quality choices of jewellery.
Is this a realistic expectation?
I hope you don’t mind my whinging - good of you to stop by. The next topic is being thought about - I hope you like it so keep an eye out!