Jewelry is something women are often fond of.
This is a chance for retailers/manufacturers/vendors to make your products even shine better by establishing a website for your collections. Undeniably, most people prefer to purchase online and especially, during the pandemic it has become mandatory for every business to switch online. According to Statista, the global online jewelry market was valued at 21.5 billion U.S. dollars in 2020, and has forecasted to reach a value of about 60 billion U.S. dollars by 2027.
Get inspired and start your jewelry website to keep attracting and making customers to flaunt with your trendy collections. Checkout some interesting jewelry websites which could help you to build one for your business.
Did you know?
Already, in 2021, online jewelry sales grew 0.72 percent to hit $7.6 billion
Growth is also expected in 2022 with forecasts predicting that the online jewelry market will increase 1.36 percent this year to total $7.7 billion.
Jewelry Website Design Ideas and Inspiration
1. Shane Co
3. Tiffany & Co
4. Kendra Scott
5. Blue Nile
7. Helzberg Diamonds
8. Elizabeth Diamond Company
10. Diamond in the Rough
12. Qunce of Salt
19. Stone and Strand
20. Couple Jewelry
Jewelry websites are in demand, hence, time for yours. The market had abundant themes and templates exclusively for jewelry websites. Hence, all you need to do is get inspired and start the groundwork for establishing your website. Also ensure to incorporate the best and suitable digital marketing techniques to promote your business, and it would help in increasing your brand globally.
Are you looking for professional assistance to establish your jewelry website?
Do contact ColorWhistle for professional assistance by sending a message or call us at +1 (210) 787-3600, +91 (944) 278-9110 we’ll get back to you at the earliest. We provide services tailored to your business needs.
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Now that you’ve had the chance to explore our blog, it’s time to take the next step and see what opportunities await!