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Where Oh Where Can You Find the Jewelry of Jerseylicious?

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The main ladies of the Style Network's Jerseylicious—Olivia Blois Sharpe and Tracy DiMarco—don't really know what the word "understated" means, so as a result, episode after episode we have some exceptional items of jewelry to behold. Who knew you could wear seven rings at once, or earrings that probably weigh a few pounds? Now that we know, the next question is: Where can you get these gems? We've done a bit of research on the matter, which included sifting through YouTube to get the perfect screen captures, and came up with some answers.

After YouTube user CoCoGyrl1da posted this video in celebration of Tracy wearing her earrings on an episode, we were able to track down the giant chains here, under the brand name My Zunizerse. The about me section reads: "...I MAKE JEWELRY... IT'S BIG AND BEAUTIFUL ... JUST LIKE ME... "


For a plethora of animal-related rings that are all about $25 each, Jewelry by Donna is putting them out like they're going out of style. On the website, there's a Jerseylicious tab—so you can get the exact butterfly rings Olivia wears on the show.


Jewelry by Donna also made the 4-inch crystal New Jersey necklace that Tracy likes to wear with matching pink jewelry.


You can buy cheapo bamboo earrings just about anywhere, but here's a non-cheap version from Gucci that are 18K gold and retail for $1,950 at Saks.


These big dangly earrings from Guess probably aren't quite as large as Tracy's, but they're getting there.


Yes, shoulder jewelry is a thing now, and you can buy a lot of it at Seville Michelle Anastos, where the designer has an entire epaulet collection.


Etsy has a whole universe of designers who have made Jerseylicious-inspired pieces, like the scissor necklace that's popped up a few times. For the hairstylist and jersey girl in all of us, here's one from HouseofDedijer.


But sadly, these pizza-pie earrings are still a mystery. If you or anyone you know has seen them, please do comment.
· Jerseylicious [MyStyle.com]