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Unconventional Ways to Wear Your Jewelry

Your jewelry can do more tricks than you thought ; your jewelry can do more than just accessorize your clothes; than just sitting in your drawer waiting for the right occasion to wear it; than just wearing on your neck/wrist/finger over and over again.

Here are a few tips for you:

1. Earrings you don’t wear anymore
You can pin/clip them in your hair for added fun/sparkle.
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2. Necklaces you don’t wear anymore
You can braid your hair with them or
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Hang them below a high bun
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Pin them across you head like a headband.
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Shop House of Harlow 1960 Athena’s Collar Necklace

3. Brooches you don’t wear anymore
You can pin them above your left ear just like Blake Lively.
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4. Rings you don’t wear anymore
You can use them over a ponytail holder. Make sure to use a bobby pin to secure them in place.
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5. Bangles you don’t wear anymore
You can slip them over a high bun.
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Top 10 Jewelry Brands that You Should Know

Tiffany & Co.
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This American luxury label was founded by Charles Lewis Tiffany and Teddy Young in 1837 in New York City. Today this “little blue box” has a well established pedigree as being one of the most sough after high-end names in the industry.

Cartier
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This French luxury label was founded by Louis-François Cartier in 1847 in Paris. Through its superb craftsmanship and its rich history of serving royalty, Cartier has gone on to become one of the world’s most esteemed and respected jewellery brands. It has more than 200 stores around the world.

Piaget
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This Switzerland luxury label was founded by Georges Piaget in 1874. Piaget is the pioneer in the creation of ultra-thin watch movements and high quality jewelry pieces. The brand has became part of the Swiss Richemond Group now.

Bvlgari
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An Italian luxury label that was founded by Sotirios Voulgaris in 1884. Famous among Hollywood A-listers with its unique combination and sophisticated designs. LVMH acquired the luxury label in 2011.

Mikimoto
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A Japanese luxury jewlery that was founded by Mikimoto Kokichi in 1858. It produces the finest quality cultured pearls and is renowned for its expert workmanship and timeless design.

Graff
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A London-based luxury jewelry that was founded by Laurence Graff in 1960. It’s known for its large and rare diamonds. The majority of its diamonds are laser engraved with a unique Gemological Institute of America Tracking number, that whilst invisible to the eye, allows its origins to be traced. It currently has 35 stores worldwide.

Chopard
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The Geneva, Switzerland based luxury brand is not only famous with its watches but jewelries as well. Founded by Louis-Ulysse Chopard in 1860, the luxury jeweller produces divine collections that are crafted with the most exclusive compositions of diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds of exceptional quality.

Harry Winston
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Originally from American and was founded by Harry Winston in 1932. Renowned for its superb diamonds, pioneering craftsmanship and innovative designs. Pieces had been seen on Gwyneth Paltrow, Halle Berry, Madonna. The Swatch Group acquired the company in 2013.

David Yurman
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An American jewelry house that was founded by David Yurman and Sybil Yurman (husband and wife). The signature piece is cable bracelet.

Van Cleef & Arpels
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This French luxury jewelry house was founded by Alfred Van Cleef and his uncle Salomon Arpels. It’s famous for its groundbreaking gem-setting procedure and it’s known as the Mystery Setting.

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