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Body Jewelry

You ready to rock that body, babe? We know you love our earrings and necklaces, but we’ve got so much more to offer. Explore our wide selection of body jewelry to put a new spin on all of your favorite outfits. From the simple body chain and arm cuff to the throwback charm bracelet, take a peek now and step up your outfit game pronto! We’re obsessed with body chains right now. They’re elegant and sexy but super subtle, too. For instance, try our flat rolo body chain that goes around your neck, down the chest, and wraps around the waist. The thin gold chain is tasteful and adds extra dimension to your look without being too flashy. You can wear it underneath your clothes (like a crop top, to showcase the chain on your skin and midriff) or over your clothes (like with a bodysuit.) For a more dynamic body chain, try our chain-link choker bodychain. There’s a thick choker style necklace with several thin chains that drape down and around your sides, attaching at the back. It’s a great way to dress up your LBD and pairs particularly well with cami style or strapless necklines. Another type of body jewelry that’s popular are body chain bralettes and chainmail bralettes. They’re really great for summer festival outfits, but can also be worn throughout the year for special occasions and fun nights out. Want inspo on how to wear it? If you need to play it safe, you can throw it on top of a fitted tee, the same way you might style an extreme crop top. It’s a cute way to spice up the classic tee without having to worry about a wardrobe mishap. For a night out look though, let it peek beneath a plunging neckline or a dress with a deep v-neck. You can also style it under a closed blazer for a feminine spin on menswear. Browse more of our body chains in-store and online at

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