Inspirational Instagram posts from some of our exhibitors
Recent reports show that Instagram has one billion users worldwide. If jewelry-related accounts are even a tiny fraction of that, that’s a whole lot of jewels. And if you happen to be one of those accounts, just how do you get your content to stand out from the rest?
We love a good picture of jewelry, whether it’s a close-up of the details, a professional shot for print, or an editorial-style image. But knowing how common and convenient it is to sell jewelry online these days, giving your shoppers an idea of how a piece looks when worn is wise. A strong image not only shows off the beauty of a piece, but it also lends scale, shows movement (from the glimmer of a gemstone to the swing of a drop earring), and can inspire customers with ideas about how to wear it.
Here are a few examples, recently posted by some of our Luxury by JCK exhibitors, of how to do it well.
We love the way this image from Christopher Designs shows how its L’Amour Crisscut Oval diamond ring fits on the hand.
This post from Djula is a triple threat: plenty of jewelry, a healthy dose of sparkle, and Paris.
Le Vian’s Sea Blue Aquamarine ring has us pining for warmer locales in which to wear it!
Shy Creation shows off its pearl hoop earrings, worn by lovely women at two of their retailers, spotlighting not only their jewelry, but their partners, too. That’s a win-win!
Vahan Jewelry unveils a fresh stack of beautiful bracelets, tempting us to want more than just one.
Freywille spotlights its beautiful collection inspired by Van Gogh’s Starry Night.
Jennifer Dawes showcases a gorgeous ring custom-made for a client using the customer’s mom’s citrine.
Nader Kash shows off its sparkling line of stackable rings. We’re sold!
Almor Design proves how well its selection of diamond rings plays together.
Simon G offers an up-close look at one heck of a ring stack!
Charles Krypell gives us twice the ice—a skating rink serves as the background for this colorful look at its gemstone rings.
Meira T captures hearts with this petite pendant.
VTse brings out the big gems, showing off its rare sphere ring. It looks just gorgeous on the hand, doesn’t it?
Rahaminov gives us a lesson in geometry with its collection of multi-shape diamond rings.