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Fashionista NOW: Crescent Moon Necklace Jewelry Inspiration

Crescent Moon Necklace Jewelry Inspiration

7 crescent moon necklaces with pendants that won’t be mistaken as a tusk or a banana.

The moon that decorates the night sky is one of the most beautiful things to observe. The fact that we have all gazed up upon it with such awe at one time or another connects us to this fabric of human experience. It is no surprise that the moon conjures heaps of deep emotions, inspirations and muses in us.

The use of the moon as inspiration in jewelry isn’t new as crescent brooches were worn as early as the 1800s. It is a symbol of new beginnings and for many, it is often associated with hope, faith and optimism. This year, the love for simplicity and the great bohemian flair is reflected in the moon-shaped pendant, small or big, held up by a short or long chain.

To be on the practical side though, with the crescent shaped charm, you have to be rather particular as they might overlap with some other shapes like the tusk or even the banana as the curved look is pretty abundantly used in the jewelry scene. To avoid this problem, make sure that you check to see how the pendant looks like (sharp pointy ends and curved the way you prefer) and how it dangles down when worn on the neck prior to purchasing.

With that said, I’ve chosen to highlight 7 crescent moon necklaces that will not be mistaken as a tusk or a banana that you might like! If you’re interested in a tusk-inspired jewelry, be sure to view my previous post on it. Enjoy!



Which moon necklace do you fancy? Be sure to share below – I’d love to know!

“There is something haunting in the light of the moon; it has all the dispassionateness of a disembodied soul, and something of its inconceivable mystery.”Joseph Conrad

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