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This Statement Jewelry Line Will Elevate Your Wardrobe

Beauty & Fashion

We all want our jewelry to be four things: unique, authentic, affordable and fabulous. That's why Fabulina Designs should be your go-to for statement jewelry.


Fabulina Designs creator and artist Charline Shelby affirms that when you look and feel fabulous, it's even easier to be your best authentic self. Each piece is created with detail and versatility in mind. "Fabulina Designs strives to create unique elevated jewelry available at an affordable price point," she told xoNecole. "The line embodies the refinement of the boardroom while pushing the limits of style and creativity allowing the wearer to allow each piece to serve as an expression of his or her personality."

Featured in more than three countries in 175 boutiques, Fabulina Designs infuses design elements using quality materials producing a unique bohemian yet classic feel. From intricate necklaces to bracelets to rings, there is something in her collection for everyone. "We design for ever type of woman," she explained. "We have designs that have a little bling for the woman that wants to stand out and subtle pieces for someone who may want something simple."

Ahead you'll find some amazing creations by Fabulina Designs and tips on how to pull off these accessorized looks.

Stack It Up

Don't be afraid to stack your jewelry for a bold aesthetic. The trick is to mix up the lengths of the necklaces for precision and depth. You can use a graphic tee as the canvas for your stacking pleasures.

Shop The Look: Layered Pieces

Accent Your Look In Layers

We are obsessed with this crescent horn necklace and beaded river necklace paired with the gold cuff rings. This look was a success because of the scoop neckline. If you're interested in puling this off, make sure you show a little skin.

Shop The Look: Crescent Horn | Beaded River

Put A (Statement) Ring On It

If you like it, you should put a ring on it. The Jumbo Natural Druzy ring needs no introduction because...well, just look at it. Best of all, is the fact that it's adjustable. With this beauty on your hand, you don't need any other rings.

Shop The Look: Ring

The More Accessories, The Merrier

Do you consider yourself a fashion risk taker? Break all of the rules by wearing an assortment of statement jewelry. I really appreciate the simplicity of the earrings and necklace and the bold vitality of the bracelets.

Shop The Look: Necklace | Earrings | Bracelets

Elevate Your Look And Your Vibration

What better way to feel down to earth than to be covered in crystals? It's a perfect way to add dimension to your look while tapping into the vibration and energy a particular crystal gives. The majestic appearance of the Druzy crystals is dazzling.

Shop The Look: Necklace | Earrings | Rings

For more of Fabulina Designs, check out her online boutique here. For a limited time, make a statement in Fabulina earrings and BOGO pair 75% off with the code "LUVMOM" during checkout.

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