Modern Western Jewelry We Are Coveting

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Add some flair to your wardrobe with these modern western pieces we are currently craving. They’ll give any outfit an edgy, western pizzazz that will leave those around you with a case of cowgirl envy.

Anja Statement Collar 

Drop jaws in this intricate statement collar. It looks dashing with a low-cut top or dress or even a flowy maxi. Available at Free People, $48.

Frosted Leaf Earrings 

If your motto is, “Less is more” when it comes to jewelry, then these statement drop earrings will keep you true to that. The leaf design is stunning and ladylike with a little bit of an edge. Available at Peruvian Connection, $179.

Kendra Scott Danielle Oval Statement Earrings

Bring out your Wild West side in these gorgeous oval earrings. These are sure to bring in tons of compliments as they make a stunning statement fit for a cowgirl. Available at Nordstrom, $48. 

Gorjana Mave Shimmer Lariat Necklace 

Soften your edges with this delicate western necklace. Its statement is subtle and a true cowgirl will know exactly how to wear it to keep true to her country roots. Available at ShopBop, $85.

Phoenix Crystal Embellished Rocky Cuff

This intricate cuff is so much more than meets the eye. The detail and woven texture is breathtaking. The more-than-subtle hints of western appeal are carefully shown when wearing this gem. Available at Alexis Bittar, $245.

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