Long chains have been gracing women’s necks since time memorial and the Bohemian look inspired those wooden beads so much you’d think everyone is an environment advocate. However, it doesn’t always mean that all women are capable of pulling off adorning jewelry and becoming the best models for it. Not everybody is built the same as those miniature mannequins that are showcased in stores displaying necklaces for sale. If you happen to have a more than average chest size *coughmecough*, think twice on buying that adorable jewelry first because you might want to consider these factors:
Any more attention to a large chest does say you are in dire need of attention.
Statement pieces also makes up your entire outfit even if you are just wearing an ordinary white t-shirt.
The longer, the better; short is best. Anything that falls short between your décolletage and belly screams, “Hello, if my chest isn’t high enough, this necklace would fall flat.”
Size matters. Huge, chunky beads might as well replace your cleavage. Leave those ballsy shapes to your ears, they’re better off dangling there.
Lauriat necklaces and chokers are cute and sweet. They usually come in chains and have larger pendants that vary in design.
If you layer, layer it long.
I envy women who have long necks and slim shoulders that show off their collarbones because they can almost wear anything. Right now, I’m particularly fond of pendants and charm jewellery. I ran into Molly Brown Charms online and found just the right styling for going casual, cute, pretty and sophisticated at the same time.
From Molly Charms:
Our charm jewellery collection is designed using Sterling Silver, coloured gemstones such as Blue Topaz and Amethyst and Freshwater Pearls, why not start your collection today with our popular fairy charm or must-have heart charm?
Try putting up your favorite charms together to create your own bracelet or necklace! Aren’t they just gorgeous?
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**Text by Kristine Roa. Photos taken from Molly Charms Site. Reproduction without consent is not allowed.