When I say sea shapes, you probably think about sea shells and sand dollars. Now I love them both (see below), however, I implore you to get whimsical and give lobsters, crabs and seahorses a try. If you work an 8-5 job five days a week, what better way to have a little fun with your office attire than by having some cute crabs dangling from your precious ears? Or if you are a nautical-loving fashionista, how about a pretty silver sailboat shaped pendant hanging from your neck? Think fun-loving, edgy and charming.
Genuine Sea Shells
For a great weekend look while laying poolside or partying with friends at a backyard barbecue, nothing says cowabunga casual like jewelry made from authentic sea shells. Think back to the moments in your life when you not only collected shells in your hot pink plastic pail, but you also attempted to turn them into jewelry once you got home. If you are as DIY jewelry inept as I am, then be grateful for those design stylists out there who can turn a sand dollar into an attention-getting bracelet. I personally think authentic shell jewelry looks best with denim shorts, metallic sandals and a flirty sleeveless or strapless top.
It’s resort season and spring is around the corner. If you’ve been dreaming of sand, warm breezes and deep blue seas, there’s nothing to get you in the mood more than sea style jewelry. Whether handcrafted sea glass necklaces or sparkling charm bracelets embellished with sea creature shapes, sea jewelry evokes emotions of relaxation, vacationing and a generally sunny predisposition. Here are my favorite types of seas style jewelry with tips on how to wear them effortlessly.
Sea glass pieces are unique and one-of-a-kind, just like you! Make a statement and go for the biggest and brightest. It won’t come cheap, but then again, nothing completely original ever does. Sea glass jewelry is the type of accessory you will keep forever, and while wearing it, you won’t stop fondling it. Create a nonplussed look by wearing your sea glass jewelry with your most elegant LBD or a shimmering cocktail dress.
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