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Get Your Teen Jewelry So They Won’t Raid Yours

At JCPenny, we have bangles, necklaces, earrings and other teen jewelry so you can help fill your teen’s need to accessorize without them hitting up your jewelry box. As teens grow up, it becomes more and more important to them to accessorize their outfits to keep at the forefront of their fashions. Oftentimes, fashion is a game of one-upmanship, and juniors jewelry at JCPenney will help assure your teen that they are ahead of the curve, without breaking the bank.


Juniors’ Jewelry They Can Buy With Their Allowance

Beyond keeping your teen out of your jewelry box, one of the best things about JCPenney’s selection of juniors’ jewelry is how inexpensive it is. Even when a sale isn’t happening, plenty of necklaces, rings, bracelets and pendants are priced well within the buying power of most teenagers. Allow your teen to express their own style and choose their favorite pieces of teen jewelry to complete their looks their way. Let your teen choose from JCPenney’s vast selection of three-row necklaces, teardrop earrings, antiqued bangles and more from brands like Arizona, Decree and Carole. And with prices starting as low as $4, they could have change left over to take you to lunch…as if!


In addition to dozens of pieces of jewelry for teens, JCPenney also features Decree temporary tattoos in a variety of styles and colors. While they may not be mature enough for real ink, temporary tattoos could help them visualize more permanent stampings, or completely decide against them. At these low prices, allowing your teen a bit of autonomy in selecting their own jewelry is an affordable route to take. And if it keeps them out of your own jewelry box, that sounds like a win-win!

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