If you’re anything like us and, akin to a magpie, love all things shiny and sparkly, you might feel that you can never have enough jewellery either on your person or in your possession.

That’s all very well and good, but what happens when you run out of space on your neck, wrists and hair but haven’t quite finished with the jewellery yet? Instead of weighing up your jewellery options and forcing yourself to choose between your favourite pieces of jewellery, we’ve thought of a better compromise: turn to body jewellery!

You don’t have to be channelling a 70s punk to get in on the body jewellery trend – in fact, when done moderately, it can look pretty chic and make one heck of a statement. Subtlety, minimalism and moderation are three words that have been associated with looks from the latest catwalks, so there’s no reason it can’t be translated to body jewellery either.

Choosing which part of your body to add jewellery to is a personal preference, and a lot of it comes down to body confidence. If you have a flat and toned tummy a’ la Britney Spears circa 2001, a belly button ring might be most suitable to you; or if you have a cute little button nose like Jennifer Lawrence, a nose ring might be more appropriate.

You might even want to channel Amanda Bynes and go for a cheek piercing, but then again, we totally understand if you don’t want to go down that route. In fact, we might judge you a little bit!

Or if you like to keep things classic, how about adding to your existing jewellery and opting to wear more earrings on your ears?

Mixing it up with a fine selection of different sized earrings can be a fun way of accessorising, and mixing and matching is a great way to ensure you never get bored.

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