If you want to wear jewellers jewelry in the most fashion-forward way, you’ll have to look elsewhere.
According to a new study, the number of people who wear jewelled jewelry is on the rise in Australia, with the majority of the population now using a piece of jewellery for everyday use.
This includes people who live in remote communities, who do not have a car and who have no place to shop for jewellery.
The study, by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, analysed the patterns of jewelling usage among people living in the Northern Territory, the Northern Rivers Territory and the Northern Australia.
It found that people who do the most jewellery shopping are also the ones who tend to wear the most expensive pieces.
The research, conducted in the Australian Capital Territory (ACTN) and New South Wales, found that the number one way people shop for their jewellery is by paying in cash.
But the study also found that those who spend a lot of time and money on their jewellings are also likely to wear more expensive pieces of jewellery, such as silver or gold.
“There is a tendency for people to spend a significant amount of time, money and effort in their jewelled jewellery,” Professor John Fagan, lead author of the study, told the ABC.
“If you have a really expensive jewellery piece that you’ve been trying to wear for weeks, you might have to go back to a store and buy another piece because the price has risen.”
Professor Fagan’s research also found people are more likely to spend money on jewellery if they have a strong sense of style, such that they know what style of jewelry is appropriate.
“There are more types of jewelled items,” he said.
“For example, you can get a high-end gold ring, but if you’re going to wear it with a low-end silver ring, then you’ll be going with a gold ring because that’s the type of person who knows what they’re going for.”
Professor Froneman said the findings could be useful in understanding the fashion trends and trends in the jewellery industry in Australia.
“The trend of wearing jewellery and buying more expensive jewelled things, and people being more willing to pay for it, is something that we can take to the shops and use to try and understand where the trend is coming from,” he explained.
“We don’t really know how people shop these days, and this is one of the ways that we could be able to see that.”