How much do you love all things Gothic? With this style, it’s the sultry that looks amazing and flatters any figure! The same goes with the accessories that go with it. Whether you are wearing an oversized silver locket on a long chain or a steam punk and Gothic inspired pocket watch in a top pocket. The Gothic look is always evolving too which I love, there’s always something new! So if you are into your raven black and sharp silver accessories, take a look at some of my favorite picks at Fruttituttibeadcandy!
Gothic jewellery can come in all shapes and sizes, but one thing it is is decadently dark. Find elements of this look in this piece made by me. Deep blood red beads are scattered throughout the piece, mixed in with antique silver filigree beads. This is a charm bracelet with a real difference, easy to wear and light in feel. It’s the lovely tinkling sound it makes when you move that’s so worthwhile. It’s big enough to be a statement piece as well as worn with a watch or other favorite bracelets too.
This earring and bracelet set is a little Downton Abbey, a little Gothic too- but very elegant! Each of the metal links has been finished to perfection, containing their own fire polished beads. These accessories are a lovely addition to any Gothic inspired outfit. But like all the pieces at Fruttituttibeadcandy, it’s made with wearability in mind. Use these pieces to add a little sparkle to your everyday life. Get in touch also if you would like to talk about a custom made set with specific beads as the perfect birthday gift.
Gothic in fashion is a huge trend, now and over the past year. Find head pieces and all things unique when it comes to creating the look. Thinking about hosting an outdoor event in the spring or summer? Perhaps you are looking for a way to stand out from the crowd? This red rose tiara with black and green leaves is a sure fire bet! Team it with loose wavy hair as well as messy up do for a eclectic and fun outdoorsy look.
Take a look at more Fruttituttibeadcandy goodies for real accessory inspiration for 2015!