If there’s anything you should know about me, it’s how proud I am of my Mexican heritage. I love everything about it! I especially like when others are influenced by the beauty that is Mexico, including the culture, landscape, and of course the people.
Mexico has already inspired the fashion world through and through. Remember the post I wrote about Mexican Textile Prints? That was fun! But right now, we’re going to talk Mexico-inspired jewelry. With Mexico’s Independence Day already here and Dia de Los Muertos around the corner, you’re bound to see it popping up here and there.
And if you’re a jewelry lover, you’re definitely going to love this roundup of Mexico-inspired jewelry. Take a look!
MEXICO-INSPIRED JEWELRY 1 of 17
TATTY DEVINE 2 of 17
Who loves Mexican embroidered shirts? If you said yes, then you're going to love this Tatty Devine's Mexican Embroidery Necklace ($145). This bright and colorful statement necklace is eye-catching!
VENESSA ARIZAGA 3 of 17
Inspired by the very popular Mexican holiday, Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead), this Venessa Arizaga Arena Mexico skull charm bracelet ($181) can be worn year-round.
JCPENNEY 4 of 17
These Sterling Silver Floral Cut-Out Drop Earrings from JCPenney ($76) are reminiscent of floral designs found all over Mexico.
REMINISCENCE 5 of 17
The Frida Necklace from Reminiscence's Haute Couture Collection ($4990) resembles a Day of the Dead skull. It's adorned with Swarovski Crystals and glass beads.
SHRUNKEN CAT HEADS 6 of 17
Celebrate Dia de Los Muertos with these Sugar Skull Earrings ($23) I found on Etsy by Shrunken Cat Heads. The yellow rose adds a vintage vibe.
ISELA ROBLES 7 of 17
Isela Robles was inspired by the vibrant colors of chiapaneco textiles to create this "Chiapas" Braided Bracelet ($249.99). "This bracelet is from my 'Chiapas' collection, which I created to honor the textile legacy of the Maya people of southern Mexico," said Robles.
TWENTY ONE DEGREES 8 of 17
I love the understated simplicity of these gold Mexican Flower Studs ($79) designed by Twenty One Degrees.
TARINA TARANTINO. 9 of 17
Designer Tarina Tarantino honors the Dia de Los Muertos with this vibrant Sugar Skull "Portrait" Cuff Bracelet ($95). I love the Swarovski Crystal eyes!
MADAME MELON 10 of 17
Here's another necklace named Frida by Madame Melon ($74), adorned with Mexican charms. I presume it's named after the famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.
AIDA CORONADO 11 of 17
I love checking out Etsy and finding handmade piece,s like this Aida Coronado Turquesa Huichol ethnic Necklace ($77) with Mexican collar flowers and peyote beads.
POLISHED 12 of 17
Another Mexico-inspired Etsy find! This Dia de Los Muertos Skull Cuff Bracelet by Polished ($12.50) needs to be on my wrist as soon as possible!
THE BUMBLEBEAD 13 of 17This pair of beaded earrings thrives with color! The Bumblebead's Mexican Huichol Beaded Earrings ($11.44) are best worn with your hair up so they can be seen!
SHRUNKEN CAT HEADS. 14 of 17
Inspired by the traditional pottery of Puebla, Mexico, this Mexican Talavera Tile Bracelet by Shrunken Cat Heads ($55) is a handmade treasure.
N2 15 of 17
With Dia de Los Muertos around the corner, the N2 Frida Kahlo Skull Long Necklace ($98) is perfect! How would you wear it?
TARINA TARANTINO 16 of 17
I consider this Sugar Skull Flower Crown Headband by Tarina Tarantino ($150) to be jewelry for your hair. Dia de Los Muertos never looked so beautiful!
TATTY DEVINE. 17 of 17
Make a statement with this Sugar Skull Ring by Tatty Devine (£30)! Look closely and you're going to see all kinds of fun shapes in the design.
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