BUY or DIY: Pearl Shoulder Epaulettes or Pearl Body Jewelry.

Top Photos: BUY $250 Pearl Shoulder Epaulettes from the Etsy shop of MyLittleBride and Efrat Davidsohn Jewelry. The epaulettes clip on. Her other much more ornate necklaces, that cover the shoulders, are gorgeous and reminiscent of the Victorian era.

Bottom Photo: DIY by Panda Hall, using brooches to hold the “shoulder necklaces” in place. I rarely look at anything on Panda Hall without researching where the DIY actually came from. I found the original Etsy source for this DIY in the comment section.

Below is one of  Efrat Davidsohn’s beautiful Shoulder Necklaces. It’s $1,300 and you can find it here.

FRIDAY FRENZY | etsyfindoftheday 2 | 2.27.15

‘gypsy dreamer’ armlet by xtarnishedx

chicago-based maker xtarnishedx upcycles vintage jewelry pieces, chains, charms, coins, and more to create unique and beautiful body jewelry. from harnesses to armlets to cuffs, you’re bound to find a one-of-a-kind stunner to show off … maybe once the weather gets warmer <3

A huge variety of in-stock solid white yellow and rose gold septum jewelry from BVLA? We’ve got that. Nothing we have in stock is doing it for you? We can order thousands of different designs to be built to your specifications featuring any color genuine or synthetic gemstone.

Come by and check out our wide selection of the finest high-end body jewelry. I’ll be waiting for you. ❤️👱💎

IG: @colin_o (at Laughing Buddha Tattoo and Body Piercing)

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Look. At. This. Beautiful. Face. Devin is officially the fanciest person on staff.

We posted photos yesterday of her gorgeous new septum piece from Body Vision Los Angeles, and here it is in action! Solid 14 karat Yellow Gold “Tiara” clicker with a whole fistful of Champagne cz’s. Just amazing.

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Ear weights with bronze and rough amethyst. These are something special - it takes the right shape of amethyst rough to get material onto the side like this, and they are tricky to make and set. There will be 1 to 3 pairs of these available at my booth (#18) at the Association of Professional Piercers conference in June.

These will be limited in quantity since they require just the right cut of material. If you are into them, I suggest getting to the booth early. Judging by the inquiries I have received on them, they will go quickly!