While we’re sure the price tag of new pieces of jewelry will keep going up in the coming years, there’s no denying that the prices of girls’ jewelry have gone up in recent years.
Here’s a look at the latest trends.
A lot of young girls are spending more on jewelry this year, according to a survey released last week by a research firm.
The survey, which was conducted by Fidelity Investments and conducted by The New York Times, found that girls aged 12 to 17 spent more than $1,000 on jewelry in 2016.
While girls still use disposable earrings and necklaces, they are starting to use more expensive, more sophisticated pieces of earrings, necklays, bracelets and jewelry.
Fidelity said it found that in 2017 women aged 12 and younger were spending $1.15 for every $1 spent on earrings.
That’s up from $1 in 2016 and $1 the year before.
The firm said it’s been seeing a rise in purchases for girls’ earrings for several years now, and it said this year’s increase is due to girls getting younger.
“We’re seeing a trend of spending on earring styles, which are becoming more affordable,” said Lauren O’Brien, director of research at Fidelity, in a statement.
“A lot of girls are starting out with earrings that are just the right size and the right length and they’re starting to get older and they’ve gotten to that point where they’re just getting into jewelry.”
The firm’s survey of 5,000 adults aged 12-17 in the U.S. also found that more than 50 per cent of girls aged 13 to 17 said that they are planning to purchase more jewelry in the next year.
They said that, for some girls, the trend is to buy more jewelry to complement their outfits, rather than just to decorate the rest of their bodies.
The trend also seems to be spreading among girls in different age groups, the survey found. In the U