At Atique, we love jewelry. That probably doesn't come as much of a surprise. As jewelry lovers, we read a lot of jewelry blogs, some of which we absolutely adore. We've picked 6 of those blogs to highlight in this post. They cover everything from fine jewelry, to fashion, to costume jewelry, and range from antique jewelry bloggers to bloggers all about contemporary designs.
Here are our 6 top jewelry blogs that you need to start reading today.
Liza Urla from Gemoloque makes our list of top jewelry bloggers because of the huge following she has amassed. Her large following, combined with her love of high fashion and travel, means she often gets access to places and events you dream about. Paris couture week anyone? Plus, her photos are stunning.
If you love drooling over fabulous photos of fabulous jewelry (and who doesn't?) you need to follow the jewelry blog Gem Obsessed, by Cheryl Kremkow. Her Instagram is full of unique and breath taking jewelry. Every piece she features is a miniature work of art.
Natalie Bos Betteridge, of Jewels du Jour, will keep you up to date on everything happening in the world of jewelry. From the latest trends to new designers you should be keeping an eye on, Natalie seems to know what's happening before it even happens!
Amy Roseveare of Jewelry Fashion Tips is all about wearing jewelry. Recently she's given some fantastic and practical tips for stacking necklaces, mixing metals, and traveling with jewelry. If you're looking for a real-world jewelry advice blog, you need Amy in your life.
A self-described lover of "books and bling," Becky Stone is the blogger behind Diamonds in the Library. She features drool-worthy vintage jewelry and contemporary designs that have a timeless feel. Plus, her love of books and current events means the blog has a bit of a nerdy side. How can you not love that?
Katherine Ainsworth's blog is worth keeping tabs on because of her fun costume jewelry collection and her love of vintage jewelry. Like a few of the other bloggers on this list, she's a lover of travel, which means you get photos of amazing jewelry in amazing places. Something I personally love.