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Fashionista NOW: 7 Precious Steampunk Pocket Watch Necklaces Fashion Inspiration

7 Precious Steampunk Pocket Watch Necklaces Fashion Inspiration

Give your wardrobe a dose of steampunk spunk with these 7 precious steampunk pocket watch necklaces!

Do you know that steampunk fashion is a sub-genre of the steampunk movement in science fiction? I confess that it’s only just recently that I’ve found out that the intricate look of the antique style jewelry I happen to like is actually steampunk in influence. And I have Etsy to be thankful for because it was there that I first became acquainted with the term.

I initially mistakenly thought it was the name of the process of how these intricate gems were made, but now that I’ve educated myself a little bit of this fashion trend, I get that it is Victorian-based in essence and that it draws inspiration from the past, present and future (imaginative) periods.

It romanticizes the elements in the scientific literature and industrialization that took place in Europe and the dressing method is reflective of a post-apocalyptic era which is obviously speculative and thus, especially fun if you love employing fantasies in the wardrobe department! Eclectic is the right word to describe it as you may use elements from existing fashion trends and fads.

Jewelry with a steampunk flair is characterized by the use of cogs, wheels and other pieces of metals rendered in bronze and copper retrieved from antique jewelry, old watches and even derelict machinery.

If you like the look of dreamy rustic gadgetry jewelry with a Victorian touch, I’m certain you’ll love the compilation of pocket watch necklace list below:

What do you think of these pocket watch necklaces? Do you like the jewelry highlight postings that I’ve been sharing recently? What other jewelry style that you wish to see here? Drop your thoughts below – I want your honest opinions!

“I’ve admired historical clothes like Victorian gowns since I was a child, and it’s what motivated me to go into fashion.”
Olivier Theyskens

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