If you are looking for a birthday or Christmas present for your little girl, you’ll score points by getting her some of the hottest little girls’ jewelry pieces. This season the Frozen theme is dominating the kids’ fashion trends, but there are other new movie-inspired girls’ jewelry pieces, too. And you can buy them easily and for less online.
You can find various Frozen-inspired jewelry pieces, most of which sell for only $12, after Amazon discounted them. They don’t have to be made of expensive precious metals and have diamonds or other stones, as they are intended for little children after all. For example, the best-selling girls’ pendant right now is Disney Girls’ “Frozen” Silver-Plated Elsa Pendant Necklace, 18”, which is a delicate, silver-plated necklace with the cute image of Elsa, the princess of the Arendelle kingdom. The piece comes in a matching Disney Frozen box, which makes it perfect for a gift. Another pendant necklace depicts the two sisters from the movie and is equally adored by the little girls who love to imagine themselves as either Elsa or Anna. Or you can get one with only Anna’s face on the pendant.
To complete the Frozen jewelry set, you can also get themed, crown-shaped stud earrings or models with the snowman Olaf. There is a nice pair of Disney Princess Girl’s Sterling Silver Pink Cubic Zirconia Hoop Earrings ($18), which is made of beautiful Sterling silver. But if somehow your little girl happens to be a bigger fan of Cinderella, Mickey Mouse, Snow White or Peter Pan, you can buy her such movie-inspired pieces of jewelry.
Hello Kitty fans won’t be disappointed either – Amazon sells several themed pieces, including bracelets, earrings and necklaces. One of the cutest in the collection is Girls’ Hello Kitty Silver-Plated Brass Skateboard Pendant Necklace, which is lovely and fun and sells for just $12.
Girls’ jewelry makes a great and memorable gift for any occasion, especially if the piece you choose is inspired by one of kids’ favourite animated characters. Imitation alternatives are a great solution as your 5 or 6-year-old isn’t actually ready for real jewelry.