As the song says, ‘Diamonds are a girl’s best friend’ And it seems that these gentlemen have taken note. To satisfy the women of their lives, men know how to be very generous… especially with their mistress. According to the latest study by Gleeden, the European leader in extramarital dating encounters with more than 3.8 million members, many cheaters give their lovers jewellery for Christmas. Jewellery yes, but not just any old trinket. Find out the top five pieces of jewellery that the unfaithful most often give to their mistress.
Cheating men leave beautiful gifts under their mistress’ tree
Unlike a bouquet of flowers or a weekend away for two, a piece of jewellery is not a fleeting gift and therefore is often a symbol of commitment. And so, men choose the right person to give it to at the right time. According to the latest study from the extramarital dating site Gleeden, unfaithful men would take advantage of the festive season to be particularly generous with their lover. Out of more than 5,000 members surveyed, a 61% majority plans to give jewellery for Christmas compared with only 23% for their birthday and 9% for Valentine’s Day. Are these gentlemen trying to beg forgiveness for their extended absence during this end-of-year period which is usually spent with family?
Van Cleef & Arpels, Chanel, Hermes: Cheaters are particularly generous with their mistress
What we do know is that Gleeden’s male members know how to spoil the women in their lives. In first place, the jewellery the unfaithful most often offer to their lover, Chanel earrings. The giant Hermes takes second place, with many cheaters opting for a bracelet from this label. Pomellato and Cartier come respectively in third and fourth position but not with any old jewellery. The majority of these gentlemen choose a ring, the ultimate symbol of love and commitment. Finally, it’s Van Cleef & Arpels which rounds off this top 5, with Gleeden members opting for a nice pendant from this label for their mistress.
There’s no doubt about it, love is priceless.
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