Not a necklace, not a shrug: it's shoulder jewelry

Updated Sep 27 2016
Shoulder wedding jewelry as seen on @offbeatbride
Handmade Shoulder Cover Up from Minaree

If you'll be rocking the bare shoulder look, you've got a blank canvas to decorate your decolletage any way you like. A necklace? A choker? A shawl? A cover-up? What about a combination of all of them? Yep, I'm talking about this wedding shoulder jewelry. Talk about glamming up your jewelry game.

It's definitely not subtle, and full of gorgeous sparklies to make your shoulders magical.

Wedding shoulder jewelry to peruse…

Shoulder wedding jewelry as seen on @offbeatbride
Bridal Body Jewelry from Camilla Christine
Shoulder wedding jewelry as seen on @offbeatbride
Gold Sequin Shoulder Cover from Mamma Mia Bridal
Wedding shoulder jewelry as seen on @offbeatbride
Handmade Silver Shoulder Cover Up from Minaree
Wedding shoulder jewelry as seen on @offbeatbride
Wide Shoulder Tassel Necklace from Shield Trend

  1. Beautiful! I ended up getting a shoulder necklace for my wedding, and I really feel like royalty in it. The only problems–and if I had thought of this earlier, I might have bought a different one–are that I can't wear my hair down because it gets caught on the chains/settings, and the chains get tangled when I dance. Just a word of caution to anyone whose eyes fill with stars and they click "Purchase" before thinking logistics.

    • Good advice! As I was looking through these I was thinking "maybe for the ceremony and photos, not so much for the reception!"

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