Jewelry is (usually) the easiest part of a plus sized women’s wardrobe. But, we can still have our challenges like necklaces and bracelets that are too tight or rings that don’t fit. So, to minimize that problem I tried to handpick jewelry at these stores to assure that the size range is fitting.
A fine selection of golden rings. All by Evans (which has lots of items on sale, by the way).
Pastel inspired rings: a great way to incorporate fashion trends whithout getting overboard is to wear them in accessories. Evans and Domino DollHouse.
I love sparkling rings and this black Hematite and Black Rhinestone Heart Stretch Ring by Torrid has caught my attention.
Most women I know, me included, can’t leave the house without earrings. We may not wear rings, necklaces or bracelets, but even the most discrete of the ladies wear earring.
I’m not so discrete, however, and I tend to wear big earrings: I have a lot of black curly hair and earrings disappear among them if they are small. Is not that I don’t like small earrings, but I can only wear them if I have a ponytail or some updo that can let little earrings shine. So, forgive me if my selection of earrings have more big items than small. I guess I have a trained eye to find those big beauties!
I think that wood and gold are a great combination, perfectly expressed in these Wood Donut Drop Earrings by Evans.
The coral trend can also be worn in smaller pieces like in these cute flower and spike studs from Dorothy Perkins.
Necklaces can be the soul of an outfit, especially when they are bold and long like in the next selection.
Or they can be bold and short like these awesome maxi necklaces.
BlakeGodBold (loved this one so much), Dorothy Perkins (great pastels combination) and Hematite Rhinestone 3 Flower Short Necklace by Torrid.
What’s not to love on this Gold Python Heart Charm Necklace from Torrid?
The Jagger Necklace from Kionna is super glamorous!
Drop dead gorgeous silver bracelets. I want them all. I would wear two of them together. All from Torrid.
Ethnic inspired bracelets never go out of style (unlike other jewelry trends). They are a must have. All items from Evans.
Hope you enjoyed the jewelry selection and that they take your Sring and Summer outfits to the next level!
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Patricia Morgado is a Brazilian teacher, jewelry designer and a self acceptance and fashion blogger. She has a degree in Pedagogy and a Master's degree in Human Rights Education. She believes that the key to a happy life is learning to love ourselves. She also believes that fashion is for everyBODY. You can find her jewlery work at Madame Papu's.