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80s Earrings and Necklace Sets

A ladies 80s costume is never going to look quite complete without a few accessories. One or two pieces of jewellery can work wonders on your 80s look, transforming it into a real head-turner.

Neon 80's Earrings, Necklaces and Bracelets Set
Neon Earrings, Bracelets and Necklaces Set (UK)
This complete neon jewellery set by Blue Planet Online is ideal for adding to your 1980s costume, and comes in five different colours. Try as I might, I could not find this item in the U.S. However, you will find a nice range of 80s Jewelry at I also recommend searching for Neon Jewelry.

80s Beads Necklace and Earrings Set
80s Jewellery and Necklace Set (UK)
Woman wearing 80s Neon Jewellery

You can't get more 80s than neon geometric shapes, and this set featuring squares and triangles fits the bill just perfectly. I remember very similar beaded necklaces and big, geometric earrings being worn by 80s pop star Cyndi Lauper.

Cyndi Lauper wig and 80s accessories
Cyndi Lauper Look-A-Like
This picture should give you some inspiration for creating an authentic 80s style. The fiery wig could be used to create a punk or Cyndi Lauper look. A stack of bangles, jelly wrist bands, faux pearl necklaces and dangle star earrings will create an authentic 80s fashion style, using a mix of clashing colours. Fingerless, fishnet/mesh gloves were also made popular by Madonna.

By far, the best place to look for 80s earrings is Amazon. They have an extensive range that comes in all shapes and sizes. I'll show you some examples further down the page, but for now you might want to check the following links;

Search 80s Earrings at

Search 80s Earrings at (U.S.)

Animal Print Bracelets for 80s dress up
Animal Print Bracelets at Amazon UK
I found these low-cost bracelets at Amazon. Just one of these could really give your outfit a lift.Sadly, I could not find this item at in the U.S., but they do stock a wide range of other 80s bracelets including neon and studded.

fluorescent beads necklace
Neon Beaded Necklaces (x4) at Amazon UK
By far, the most popular 80s jewellery item on my website ( is this set of four neon necklaces; one pink, one yellow, one green and one orange. The customer reviews are excellent, and the price is low. These can also be bought at (U.S.).

You could also add black and white beads or a crucifix to create a Madonna style...

Madonna 80s Look - Beaded black and white necklaces, crucifix necklace
To create this Madonna 80s look, you need the following items from;

Black Beaded Necklace

White Beaded Necklace

Crucifix Necklace

Madonna Wig with Hair Bow

Here are the items at The bead necklaces can only be bought in multi-packs and not individually, for some reason.


Earrings were often over-sized and in neon colours like some of these below. Geometrical shapes such as stars and triangles, and animal print were popular in the 80s.
Large hopped earrings with beaded necklace - Pink
Large Hooped Earrings with Beaded Necklace (UK)

80s Pink Star Earrings
80s Star Earrings by Party package Ltd (UK)
This particular pair of earrings is not available at the U.S. store, but you may like this pair, instead...
1980's Black Star Earrings
Pink or Black 80's Star Earrings at (US)

Neon Green and Black Rhombus Earrings
Neon Green and Black Rhombus Earrings UK

Neon Yellow and Black Rhombus Earring Set
Neon Yellow and Black Rhombus Earrings UK

Unfortunately, I could not find these items at the U.S. store or on ebay's U.S. site.

Totally 80's Star Dangle Earrings
Totally 80's Star Dangle Earrings
These gorgeous dangle earrings can be bought at, but are not available at the UK store. I also tried eBay, but to no avail, sadly.

Purple Lightning Bolt Earrings
Lightning Bolt Earrings (U.S.)

I just adore these lightning bolt earrings. They're just so eye-catching, and they come in four colours. I could not find this particular pair in the UK, but there are lots of alternatives on ebay.
Big Enamel Hoop Earrings Green
Gold plated Hoop Earrings (U.S.)

These enamel, spring hoop earrings come in 14 colours. Once again, this particular pair isn't available in the UK. However, there are plenty of alternatives. Use the following link to see all that's available;

Neon Hoop Earrings UK

Neon Hoop Earrings U.S.

8 Piece 1980s Neon Fancy Dress Set
8 Piece 1980s Dancewear/Clubbing Set

Thisn handy set of 8 neon green items by Zac's Alter Ego (UK only) will save you the hassle of buying separate accessories. It includes a beaded necklace, 12 x gummy bracelets, hooped earrings, two leg garters, fishnet gloves, an alice band and shutter shades - what more could you need?

Although not available in the U.S., I recommend searching for 80s Accessories at which will give you more ideas.

For a wide range of 80s Costume ideas for women visit our website;

80s Fancy Dress Ideas UK at

80s Costume Ideas U.S. at


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