Flower jewelry is fabulous. With an elegant vibe and a feminine look, this kind of jewelry is great to wear every single day. There is also a lot of diversity when it comes to flower jewelry. You can get big statement pieces with gemstones and intricate designs, but you can also find minimal designs that are just as chic. If you love nature-inspired jewelry as much as we do, then we have great news for you. We have selected a couple of our flower-inspired designs that you will fall in love with. Scroll down to see our flower stud earrings, flower necklaces, and more fabulous pieces. Get your flower jewelry from Ana Luisa to experience the power of a unique designer piece.
Why & where to buy flower jewelry?
Whenever you want to get a feminine look or simply add a playful vibe to your outfit, you should wear a flower-inspired jewelry piece. If you are a boho-chic lover, then this type of jewelry is a must-have for you. Last, but not least, flower jewelry is creative, artistic and gorgeous. You have all the reasons for trying this kind of jewelry so go ahead and get your flower-inspired piece from Ana Luisa. Better yet, get more of them so that you can style them together and create a fabulous theme.
How to style flower jewelry?
Get a pair of delicate flower studs and wear them with a messy updo so that they are visible. Wear a soft cashmere sweater in a muted color and a pair of cuff jeans. Accessorize your flower jewelry with a long gold coin necklace and a chunky gold ring. This way you can create a stylish and feminine outfit where the flower theme is a playful accent.
How to clean flower jewelry?
Use a damp lint-free cloth or a soft jewelry brush to clean your flower jewelry. Rub it gently until it’s clean and let it dry off. Don’t soak your jewelry in water and keep it away from harsh chemicals. When you are not wearing it, remember to store your jewelry safely inside the jewelry box so that it doesn’t get scratched. To prevent necklaces from getting tangled, hang them from a necklace tree.
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