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One Piece Three Ways: Chunky Beads

February 15, 2017 Allison Bray

The chunky bead necklace is a mainstay of the fashion world. From Roman women to Flapper Girls to Angelina Jolie, this is a trend that transcends time and place!

The great thing about a string of beads is that it’s incredibly versatile. Whether you choose something big and bold in primary colours, a more muted pastel look or go all out with metallic bling, this is a look you can really make your own.

Below we’ve put together three very different outfits, all of which we think would be topped off perfectly with a string of chunky beads like the glorious Fluorite Nugget Necklace pictured above

Look one: Winter Riviera


More delicate pendants can sometimes get overlooked when they’re worn with knitwear. Avoid this problem by pairing your sweaters with a string of chunky beads. In this look, a statement string of beads would help to balance out the bold skirt, but the neutral sweater would ensure the beads still played a starring role.

Look two: Art Student


Then again, who says big beads need to be worn against a plain background?! One of the reasons we love this kind of necklace is that they can add a bit of quirkiness to just about any outfit. Why not pair a chunky bead necklace with a print blouse? Colour matching optional!

Look three: Glam LBD


Whack up the glam factor by pairing your chunky beads with a slinky black LBD. This is a surefire way to add personality to your look whilst still keeping things suave and sophisticated. 

Feeling inspired to experiment with chunky beads? As well as the Fluorite Nugget Necklace, we love this Turquoise Bead Necklace with Silver Inlaid Pendant and these Black Agate and Silver Beads.


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