Everyone gets sick of wearing the same old outfits all the time. Even our favorite looks eventually grow tired as time goes by.
One way to make an old standby look brand new again is by spicing things up with a fashionable piece of jewelry. There are all kinds of incredible earrings, bracelets, necklaces and more out there that will bring new life to your old clothes. Here are a few examples of dynamic styles that will make your wardrobe shine.
Coins of the World Jewelry Suite – Coin Necklace
The best way to spice up a simple dress with a low-cut neckline is with a big and bold necklace. This glistening golden necklace has dazzling coins of varying shapes and sizes hanging from the gold-plated chain affordable fashion.
The 24-karat plated gold coins come from different countries from all over the world. These necklaces are assembled by hand and every one has different coins on it. That means that your necklace will truly be one of a kind.
Rings of the Renaissance – Framed in Black Onyx
Show off your love and appreciation of the fine arts with this dynamic ring style. The center of this ring features an impressive rendition of Michelangelo’s painting “Testa Femminile di Profilo” sculpted by hand into pristine mother of pearl.
The band is made from sterling vermeil, and the center of the ring is framed in stark black onyx. This delectable piece brings about thoughts of ancient Rome combined with the European Renaissance.
Atocha Friendship Ring
Way back in 1622 a fleet of 28 ships left a port in Havana, Cuba, headed for Spain. These ships were full of incredible wealth that the Spanish conquistadors had looted from native people in what is now Peru, Colombia and Venezuela.
However, karma struck back in the form of a fearsome storm. Every ship in the fleet sunk to the bottom of the ocean, as well as the treasures that these ships held. One ship, The Atocha, held the bulk of the seized goods.
It would not be until 1985 that the treasure hunter Mel Fisher discovered the wrecked ship. This gold-toned ring is a replica of one of the incredible items that he found aboard. It features four green stones surrounding an image of two hands shaking. Give a friend this gift that signifies both your friendship and your appreciation of history.
The widow of President John F. Kennedy, Jackie Onassis, was famous for much more than just being married to a powerful man. Her sense of personal style and confidence was admired around the world.
This triple-stranded faux pearl necklace was actually constructed using molds that were forged from Jackie Onassis’s original and unforgettable pearl necklace. The original necklace itself sold at auction several years ago for over $211,000!
The European faux pearls on this necklace have been hand-knotted across silken cords. A stylish Art-Deco clasp features nine rhinestones for extra sparkle and flair. Jackie Onassis was one of the most fashionable women in history. Now you can look just as good with this wonderful pearl necklace.
Of course, Jackie Onassis wasn’t the only first lady famous for her dazzling pearl necklace. Michelle Obama wore a dazzling double-stranded pearl necklace for her Official White House Portrait.
This exciting reproduction looks exactly like Mrs. Obama’s pearls. Each pearl measures 14mm in diameter. They will comfortably cinch around your neck using a silver-tone and crystal clasp. Experience a touch of modern class with Michelle’s Pearls.
Michelle Rhodes Sterling Silver Stamped Cuff – Carpe Diem
In the film “Dead Poets Society,” Robin Williams plays an inspirational teacher at an uptight all-boys boarding school. He teaches his students to love and appreciate poetry, as well as the idea of “Carpe Diem.” Carpe Diem is literally translated from Latin to mean “Seize the day.”
Remind yourself of this motto throughout your daily life with this unique cuff bracelet. Life is too short to waste your time and not try new experiences. Whenever you are in doubt, you can look down at this bracelet to fortify your inner strength.
El Cazador Drop Earrings
These remarkably detailed earrings are made from actual coins recovered from a famous shipwreck. In 1784 a Spanish ship bound for Louisiana sunk due to unknown circumstances. The treasures of this ship weren’t discovered until 1993 when Mississippi fisherman Jerry Murphy pulled up his net to find two hundred year old Spanish coins in there!
The El Cazador drop earrings have these genuine coins set inside of expertly crafted sterling silver earrings that are accented with 18-karat gold. Own a piece of history with these treasures from El Cazador.