Teens are all about emotion. They are sentimental, emotional and private. They love their own space and their own private things. As little girls we all love our jewelry boxes to put our little trinkets in. The typical ballerina musical style is a staple in any girl's life. But the love for a place to keep our prized possessions does not leave us. As teen girls and then women, we still remember that little ballerina dancing around in that box, keeping our most sacred secrets. We can still hear the song that played.
Tastes may change as we grow, but not our love for certain thing and certain traditions. A jewelry box given to us on our kindergarten graduation is a keepsake we will never part with, but as teens we want something more our style. We desire something more grown up, something prettier, girlier and fun.
There are many varieties of teens jewelry boxes including jewelry stands. Teen girls today are much more into fashion than ever before. Often mimicking their favorite celebrities or red carpet looks, teens flock to the mall and accessory stores to find costume jewelry replicas of their favorite looks.
Diamonds have always been a girl's best friend and it knows no age limit. Teens love diamonds and stones as much as they love rope chokers and thumb rings. Go into any teens room and you are sure to find a drawer or dresser top filled with jewelry of all kinds. Having a place to store their jewelry is a great way to keep jewels from getting tangled and destroyed.
The treasured box offers some mystery as most teens store more than jewelry in it. A note from a boy in class, friendship rubber bracelets, pictures from the mall automatic picture taker, their first real ring from their parents or a picture of a deceased grandparent are all special treasures to be kept safe and private and to be treasured forever and ever.
Boys today are just as interested in jewelry. Chokers, watches, and thumb rings can be found on almost any teen boy in high school. Most times they can throw their jewelry in a drawer, but a jewelry box is a great way to keep everything in its place and organized. Teen boys tend to gravitate towards chest style boxes. The boxes are more masculine, have more open space for bigger jewelry such has watches and steel trinkets and they can lock them. Teen boys like to store private items in their chest for safe keeping. From condoms to chewing gum to guitar picks to earrings, their boxes are as much their style as their bedroom.
Teen boys and girls differ in many ways, but not in their desire for privacy. Having a place to keep their trinkets and possessions is fun and for them too. Teen boys tend to opt more for a chest, something that is masculine and reminiscent of being a pirate. A little piece of privacy in a teen's life goes a long way.