Pull&Bear launches a collection of silver and gold-plated jewelry

This December, you're probably looking for two things: nice gifts and looks for this Christmas (even if it's to show off via video call). Well, we have found a very simple solution to kill two birds with one stone: jewelry, 'AKA' the accessory that always looks great and transforms any simple outfit.

This season, there are several jewelry trends: link chains, combining silver and gold pieces or pearl necklaces like those of Harry Styles. In addition to minimalist and timeless jewelry that never goes out of style, like the ones you just launched Shoot and bear.

Just in time for the Christmas period, the Inditex firm has designed a limited edition collection composed by silver and gold plated jewelry it will blow your mind. It is imitation jewelry mini and simplebut very fun and very cheap, prices do not exceed €20.

It is only available in their online store, where you will find earrings, rings, chains and ear cuffs versatile and multifunctional. For that, Pull and bear It offers different ways of placing them that we loved and that we think are perfect for giving an original touch to Christmas looks.

Ideas for placing new Pull&Bear jewelry

In the hair

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On the shirt cuffs

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An anklet

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Double earring as 'piercing'

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Whole hand full of rings

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Portrait of Carmen Pita

Carmen Pita is a fashion expert. He is always up to date with the trends, he never misses a show by the best designers at international fashion weeks and he finds the best street style outfits in Paris, Milan, New York, Copenhagen or Madrid.

In his daily life, he attends presentations and travels to different European cities to discover and try the latest brand launches. He knows the Zara, Stradivarius and Pull&Bear collections like the back of his hand, but he is also a big fan of small Spanish brands or vintage stores where he can buy second-hand clothes or accessories. Sustainability in the textile sector is one of her concerns, which is why she studies which fabrics or production processes are the most respectful of the planet, as well as the certificates that accredit them.

Carmen Pita graduated in journalism from the Complutense University of Madrid and has worked for renowned women's magazines, such as Yo Dona and ELLE. In 2017, she landed at Cosmopolitan, where she not only writes about fashion, she has also interviewed singers, actresses, models and “influencers” of the stature of Becky G, Maluma, Isabeli Fontana, Milena Smit, Hajar Brown and Addison Rae.

In addition to her professional experience, this journalist has lived in London and Peru. Two very different adventures which gave him a broader vision of culture and fashion. Your passion? Write poems and short stories on your Instagram account.

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