You’d be surprised to know that a lot of the tattoos people wear have jewellery that could go incredibly well with them. Over the years tattooing on females has become more and more popular with more and alternative options in piercing, cloths and hairstyles it was only natural that woman would want to stand apart in their tattoos and jewellery too. Jewellery is typically stereotyped towards a more classical look, but in the recent years it has been noticed that young woman are attracted to other themed styles too.
Piercings and jewellery are starting to blend together more and more as new trends come and go, girls can be seen with a multitude of eye catching piercings on there ears, nose, tongue, lips bellybuttons and even cheeks. This has opened up a whole range of unique ways jewellery can be attached to the body.
With all these altered looks being shown off how are females choosing to wear their bracelets, rings and necklaces? This is where it gets interesting, as of late you can see that modern jewellery once more associated to men such as metal and leather bracelets being mixed in with more feminine classy pieces by woman to create a balanced look that’s appeals to the femininity of a woman while adding a unique and artistic touch. Combining tattoos, bright hair colours, piercings and unique jewellery seems to be a trend constantly growing and changing as of late.
Below will be a list of popular female tattoos and how you could add to your overall look by adding jewellery which is similar.
Butterfly tattoos are one of the most popular tattoos females will be drawn towards. There are plenty of different types of earrings, bracelets and necklaces with butterflies made from a certain gemstone or just out of a certain metal as gold or silver.
Tribal tattoos can have meanings and are known to be placed on the lower back. Tribal jewellery could be lots of things such as animal tooth pieces and leather bracelets that could be associated towards certain tribes or even just spiral designs and crosses.
Symbolizing stars has been practised since almost since the earth began. These tattoos come in different shapes and sizes and can be very detailed at times; star jewellery on the other hand is often relatively simple with basic star designs hanging from necklaces or earrings.
Flowers match girls perfectly as they are the ultimate feminine symbol. Common flower tattoos could be cherry blossoms, daisies, roses, lilies and sunflowers. Designs could be just one large flower or a collection of small and colourful ones. Jewellery can come in a variety of ways even set in brooches while smaller flowers can fit daintily on rings or necklaces.
Representing mysterious and magical powers fairy tattoos are plentiful. Fairy jewellery is relatively rare but certain figures can be seen on some necklaces.
Heart tattoos represent love and romance and come in all shapes and sizes with different additions being added to the design such as cupid angels and roses. Heart jewellery is especially popular on necklaces and lockets. Hearts are often made from ruby or garnet gemstones or can be just silver or gold.
Most girls wouldn’t like insects apart from dragonflies as they are thought to be cute creatures that live with butterflies and fairies. Dragonfly jewellery is more commonly purchased made out of just sterling silver although there are variants with an array of colours throughout the insect’s body.
Dolphins are majestic, playful creatures of the sea that have an almost human like quality to them that woman are drawn to. Adding dolphin jewellery to your outfit can represent your love of the sea even if you don’t already have ocean themed tattoos. Dolphins can come in earring form, attached to necklaces or even attached to pearl rings while predominantly being made of silver as it almost matches the colour of their skin.
These are just some of the examples of how you could incorporate jewellery into your tattoos. Looking more deeper into the different meanings of your body enhancements and tattoos can give you a new appreciation for what you are wearing while giving you more ideas to further customize your look.
It’s a given that trends will change over time but what’s most important is that whatever piece of jewellery or art you have on yourself makes you yourself happy while appealing to your inner creative and expressive side. Customizing yourself physically is accepted in many different cultures around the world and while some may think oddly of it it’s what you think of it that truly matters.