How to do jewellery, Madonna style!

Popstar Madonna has been out of the limelight for a little while but she hit the headlines this week when she announced the split between her and long term boyfriend Brahim Zaibat. The pair have parted ways due to their increasing work commitments. But that has not stopped the former Queen of Pop looking at her usual best – especially in her jewels! Madonna started a whole accessories craze back in the 1980’s with her over the top pop-punk accessories. Girls everywhere sported those armfuls of jelly bracelets and massive hooped earrings. The past summer we have sen this look come back in vogue- only proving that Madonna’s look is truly timeless!

Madonna back in the 80's: It was all about the jewels!

Madonna back in the 80’s: It was all about the jewels!

But as well as her style of music, the star has moved on in terms of her personal style too. These days you can find her in a sleeker and more refined look. She still accessorises, but in a far more contemporary style. This does not mean that she has stopped being controversial- in fact far from it! Earlier this year we saw her at the Bilboard Music Awards wearing a very unique outfit. Lots of leather and fishnet was held together by suspender stockings. A silver padlocked necklace with set of chunky rings finished off the look for the evening.

Madonna at the Bilboard Music Awards 2013.

Madonna at the Bilboard Music Awards 2013.

But Madonna can also do a subtle chic just as well. Here a diamante encrusted cross pendant combined with gemmed hoop earrings are all that’s needed. She shows us that one or two of the more traditional pieces of jewellery can be more than enough to highlight any showstopping outfit.

Speaking of which, I have been working on a selection of the perfect party jewels that will brighten up any special occasion at Fruttituttibeadcandy!

Madonna sporting a subtle but stylish look on the red carpet.

Madonna sporting a subtle but stylish look on the red carpet. 

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