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5 Times Celebrities Wore Matching Jewelry
Matching jewelry serves lots of purposes for different kinds of relationships. They could provide an easy way to make a special announcement or simply serve as a token of undying affection. These celebrities made full use of the limitless potential of these simple fashion accessories to let the world know where their loyalties lie.
Brooklyn and David Beckham
Brooklyn and David Beckham chose to demonstrate their strong father and son connection with matching rings. This is a great step out of the convention as matching rings have mostly been associated with romantic relationships.
The luxury diamond-encrusted bands come in a tri-link design and act as an exquisite token of affection. They perfectly symbolize both the strong bond they share and their taste for the finer things in life.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth were spotted wearing matching bands in Savannah, GA while on a coffee run. There had been rumors to suggest the two are once again an item for a while prior to this. The matching jewelry pieces served to fuel the speculation.
In fact, the two had lots of adorable Kodak moments wearing the rings in the previous few months. It is actually rumored that the two got married in an intimate ceremony in Malibu in April this year. The matching rings served as a dead giveaway for some that it is, in fact true. But don’t forget that sometimes promise rings can be mistaken for the wedding bands and their meaning can vary from couple to couple.
Guess we’ll never know the truth until the couple addresses these speculations.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
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One of the first signs that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were dating was the fact that they were spotted wearing matching bracelets. The Prince said he picked up the blue beaded bracelets while on a trip in South Africa.
Harry has been wearing African-themed bracelets for a number of years in support of a non-profit enterprise. But when news broke that the two were spotted in matching bracelets, everyone knew for sure that a new romance was brewing.
In fact, the couple should now start getting used to the idea of wearing a whole new set of matching jewelry – wedding bands.
Kim, Kylie, and Kendall
Kim Kardashian and her two half-sisters Kylie and Kendall Jenner took their love for matching jewelry to a whole new high.
They chose to wear matching necklaces to pay homage to the new baby in the family, their niece Penelope.
The necklaces were special gifts from their mom Kris Jenner with a catchy pendant that reads Mason loves Penelope. Penelope is the second baby to Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick and Mason is her older brother. What a way to celebrate her arrival into the world!
Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid
got my mains with me at all times pic.twitter.com/IvwWPeoTMu
— Kendall (@KendallJenner) January 22, 2016
Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid took their friendship to the next level with exquisite 14K gold matching necklaces. The lovely necklaces both had a name tag centerpiece with their new BFF nickname: Kengi.
Even though they were photographed separately, the implication behind the lovely jewelry pieces was clear. The dynamic friendship is set for great heights.
Matching couples necklaces are a lovers’ staple used to celebrate the ultimate love connection. But the concept has so much more to offer even for BFFs as is clearly evident from the “Kengi” necklaces.
It’s clear even from this short list that matching jewelry pieces are the best way to celebrate a special connection. They make memorable gifts that any recipient would treasure and hold close to their heart. They celebrate commitment, love, promise, or any other meaning you assign to it.
So maybe it’s time to get rid of the stereotype that matching anything is just for teenagers. And if some think it’s “cheesy”, well…We could all use a bit of “cheesiness” in our lives.