Ah, music. From gym playlists to concerts, tunes that let us get our groove on are always great in our book. Whether we’re chatting about Beyonce’s impressive rap skills in her latest song with other half Jay-Z, Future, as well as DJ Khaled “Top Off,” or reminiscing about music from back in the day (oh boy, that would be Def Leppard, Belinda Carlisle and Eddie money for me) or excited about checking out a new regional band, one thing’s certain: our enjoyment of music never goes away.
Music defines us. many of my junior high memories are of playing the cello in institution as well as getting hooked on REO Speedwagon as well as Cyndi Lauper. Of course, like many girls back then, I knew I’d eventually exchange vows with Rick Springfield. Well, perhaps Jack Wagner — keep in mind his song, “All I Need” as well as his GH character Frisco? Sigh.
Thriller, material woman as well as Eye of the Tiger
Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” was an eargasm before “eargasm” was even a word and anyone wearing plastic “Madonna” bracelets was in touch with her inner material girl. “Eye of the Tiger” was fierce sufficient to make my grandma tap her toes. I recall (somewhat embarrassingly) blasting Air Supply as my good friend MaryAnn as well as I used the handles of a jump rope as a “microphone,” belting out lyrics that stopped only when our Strawberry Quik sugar highs did.
And don’t even get me going on concerts as well as my ever-changing tastes in music. My first concert was in high institution — a late-80’s Scorpions show. A decade later, I enjoyed a Judy Collins performance. (Is it as well much to admit that I still sing “Send in the Clowns” in the shower? I mean, tile echos make everybody noise awesome). These days, I’m enjoying the great tunes of The Slakas, a terrific traditional rock cover band based out of southern new Hampshire (Billy Squier, Foreigner, Heart . . . ). as well as my music collection on my phone? Wow. It has whatever from Disturbed as well as Jewel to Bruno Mars as well as Bocelli.
See what we mean? The extremely mention of the word “music” brings back memories as well as makes us want to crank up the tunes.
To publicly state our love of toe-tappin,’ hip shakin’ goodness past as well as present, we discovered 10 pieces of music-inspired jewelry. They’re fun to wear and and at under $50, that’s music to our ears.
Relativity Treble Clef Necklace
Relativity Treble Clef Necklace, $25, Bonton.com
Guitar pick Bracelet
Guitar pick Bracelet, $25, Etsy
Sterling Silver Guitar Ring
Guitar Ring in Sterling Silver, $38, Etsy
Treble Clef Earrings
Silver Treble Clef decrease Earrings, $12, Kohl’s
Glass Charm Bracelet
Glass Charm Musical Notes Bracelet, $10, Etsy
Peace Love music Bracelet
Peace Love music Bracelets, $45, GetStrung.com
Personalized music Pendant
Personalized music Pendant, $20, Cafepress
Piano Keys Cuff Bracelet
Piano Keys Cuff Bracelet, $20, TheMusicStand.com
Mini music Notes Pendant
Sterling Silver Mini music Pendants, $50, Macys
Treble Clef Lariat Necklace
Treble Clef Lariat Necklace, $40, Berricle.com
Which is your preferred music-inspired accessory?
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