There’s one thing every girl needs, although she may not know it yet. It’s similar to a personal perfume. It’s something that makes her, her. She’s associated with it, and if (for some reason) she’s seen without it, people notice.
What is this mysterious object you ask? It’s a signature piece of jewelry, and every girl should have one. Your signature jewelry is one simple accessory that you absolutely love. It should be small and humble, so you can pair it with other pieces of jewelry you may want to wear. Whether it was a gift from your boyfriend, or a little something you bought for yourself, this personal emblem of you should represent your style in a simplistic way. Here are four pieces of jewelry you can make yours; take your pick, but choose carefully.
A signature necklace can become a classic staple in any girl’s daily outfit. If you love necklaces try and choose something small and unassuming. Look for a simple choker, or a necklace with a tiny charm.
Every girl needs a nice ring. If you want a ring as your personal piece of jewelry, find something unique that no one else has. Check out boutiques, or places you wouldn’t usually look. Wear your ring everyday, and make sure it represents your style and persona.
A bracelet is the perfect accessory for almost any outfit. They can be extremely meaningful. Charm bracelets, for instance, can represent milestones in a girl’s life, and while your fake silver charm bracelet with the bubble gum charms (thank you grandma) may have sufficed when you were ten, there are more mature charm bracelets you can buy. Check out Pandora or Alex and Ani. Pick out charms that represent your personality, and rock your bracelet wherever you go.
Earrings are a must-have for any jewelry collection. For your personalized piece of jewelry, choose an earring for only one of your ears. Whether it’s your cartilage, your rook or your midway, choose a unique earring that matches your grace and personality.
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