Witches and vampires and ghosts, oh my! Halloween is here and there is no better time to trick yourself out with sparkling treats! Here’s five of our favorite ways to incorporate fine jewelry into your festive Halloween wear.
Lydia Courteille Skull and Crossbone Earrings
Perpetually popular, going for Gothic style is a great (and easy) idea for Halloween. From classically glamorous Goth heroines like Morticia Adams to the humorous Elvira, adding spooky sparkle to a dark ensemble will make you the bewitching belle of any costume ball!
Lydia Courteille Skull Ring
From the Beladora Archives: Retro Plique-A-Jour Enamel and Gemstone Earrings, Circa 1940
Nothing says glamour quite like the pin-up queens of the WWII Era! Feminine, fashionable and beyond fabulous, these dressed-up (or down!) dames are the costume style of choice for lovers of the Retro era. Military inspired designs and red, white and blue gems are the ideal way to prove your patriotic power!
From the Beladora Archives: Retro Boucheron “Jerrican” Lighter
From the Beladora Archives: Art Deco Cartier Diamond and Crystal Bracelet
Take center stage Great Gatsby style with a dazzling Art Deco look! Channel all the glitz and glam of the Jazz Age with pale colors, drop waists and impeccable jewels.
From the Beladora Archives: Art Deco “Pools of Light” Necklace
From the Beladora Archives: Vintage Cartier Diamond Flower Set
Peace, love and flower power! Whether you’re going for a 70’s hippie look or a sweet-as-can-be princess, sparkling flowers are a wonderful way to complete your costume.
From the Beladora Archives: Sapphire and Diamond Ring
Queen of Hearts
Rhonda Faber Green Filigreen Pendant Necklace
Romance is afoot with heart-inspired jewelry. From queenly royal regalia to sexier styles, a shimmering heart will polish of your love-inspired outfit and ensure that you are truly “Queen of Hearts.”
From the Beladora Archives: Piaget Large Diamond Heart Pendant
So whether you’re off to a glittering gala or dazzling while dispensing candy, we at Beladora.com wish you all a very Happy Halloween!