Bullet Girl Jewelry got its start in an unusual place: an ammunitions factory in Mexico owned by the grandfather of Bullet Girl’s Jessica Meyer, from Houston. She could immediately see the potential for turning something deadly into beautiful fashion accessories, and began designing pieces for herself out of powder-free blanks made just for her.
It didn’t take long before the fashion industry took notice, and now Bullet Girl Jewelry is creating popular streamlined jewelry, like the .223 24 K gold plated bullet bracelet, a stunnning piece that at first glance could be a series of lipsticks rather than bullets. The pearl and .257 Mag necklace is another stunning contrast in the beautiful and the deadly – a fashion trend that makes you think and captures your imagination all at once.
All the jewelry is available on the Bullet Girl website here.