Megan Thee Stallion stuns in our Large Pave Slay Hoops.
Megan Thee Stallion has quickly become one of the most beloved rappers in the world. Her mainstream fame ramped up during the Hot Girl Summer of 2019, when the Houston rapper’s single “Hot Girl Summer” marked her first top 20 Billboard chart entry. Since then, Hot Girl Meg’s success has only grown, thanks to smash hits like “Savage,” “Body,” “Beautiful Mistakes,” “Thot Shit,” and her Cardi B collab “WAP.”
Megan Thee Stallion, born Megan Pete, is loved as much for her personality and style as she is for her chart-topping tracks. She’s known for her confident, direct, friendly, and down-to-earth persona, and she’s never shy to try new things when it comes to fashion. The Houston Hot Girl is unafraid of making bold stylistic choices. Whether she’s rocking a bedazzled bodysuit or a ball gown with opera gloves, Meg goes all-out with her accessories, makeup, and jewelry in order to create a uniquely stylish head-to-toe look.
In celebration of Megan Thee Stallion’s always-on-point style, we’re highlighting some of our favorite ways the beloved rapper has styled JustDesi jewelry. Read on to see which JustDesi designs the Houston rapper has worn, how she styled them, and how you can get her look for yourself.
Megan Thee Stallion’s JustDesi Jewelry in “On Me” Music Video
Megan Thee Stallion joined Atlanta rapper Lil Baby for the 2021 remix of his late 2020 hit “On Me.” In the music video for the track, the pair link up in an icy arctic setting, then Megan brings the heat when she does her verse in a red hot locale.
Megan’s accents her fiery ensemble with an array of warm yellow gold jewelry. Her layered jewelry look features a variety of glamorous yellow gold rings, including our Triple Station Pave Link Ring and our Paper Clip Link Diamond Band in Yellow Gold.
Hot Girl Meg gave fans a closer look at her “On Me Remix” jewelry in this snapshot she shared to Instagram in March of 2020. Here, you can see how she’s mixed diamond-set styles, like the JustDesi rings on her pinkies, with some trendy oversized gold rings to create an intricate layered look.
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In the “On Me Remix” music video, Megan wears the JustDesi Triple Station Pave Link Ring in 14k high polish yellow gold. This design features flexible cuban links, which makes the ring as comfortable as it is gorgeous.
If you’re looking for more golden glow, consider our Pave Link Ring, which has one pave diamond link instead of three. Like our Triple Station Pave Link Ring, this design features a flexible link chain that ensures a comfortable fit.
Megan Thee Stallion Good News Promo in JustDesi Studs
In late 2020, Megan Thee Stallion teased new music by sharing a series of promo shots on Instagram. Three days before her debut album Good News dropped, she posted this mock cover of the Hot Girl Edition of “Good News” magazine. In keeping with the Hot Girls theme, Megan has gone for glamour with her accessories, which include a 8ct pair of custom CZ earrings by JustDesi.
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Megan’s studs were a custom creation, but these Forevermark diamond studs provide a similar look. Featuring 1.49 ct tw of Forevermark diamonds and elegant martini prong settings, these studs aren’t short on shimmer or glamour.
Megan Thee Stallion Good News Promo in JustDesi Diamond Hoops
Megan Thee Stallion rocked one of our celeb-favorite designs in this promotional shot for her debut album Good News. Megan shared this magazine-cover-inspired shot to Instagram the day before Good News dropped. In the pic, Megan complements her newspaper-print mini dress with a delicate choker necklace and our Large Pave Slay Hoops in white gold.
Megan wore these hoops again in this stunning promo pic, which was accompanied by a caption that read “few more hours” and “#goodnewsmegan.” The snapshot shows Megan presumably receiving some “good news” in advance of her album of the same name. In the beautifully styled portrait, Megan’s only accessories are a corded white phone and her dazzling JustDesi hoop earrings.
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These breathtaking diamond hoop earrings are one of our top requested pulls from celebrity stylists. It’s easy to see why— with 12.94 total carats of diamonds shimmering on high polish 14k white gold, these glamorous hoops are the definition of photogenic.
More About Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Pete, now known as Megan Thee Stallion, was born on February 15, 1995 in San Antonio, Texas. Megan and her mother, Holly Thomas, moved to Houston shortly after Megan’s birth, then moved to Pearland after Megan turned 14. Throughout Megan’s childhood, her mother rapped under the name Holly-Wood. Megan regularly went to recording studios with Thomas, who chose to bring her daughter along for sessions instead of putting her in daycare.
Megan began writing her own raps around age 14, but waited until she was 18 to share her talent with her mother for the first time. Thomas was supportive, but told Megan that she needed to wait until she was 21 to pursue a career in rap due to the explicit nature of her lyrics.
Megan heeded her mother’s words and attended Prairie View A&M University, where she pursued a degree in healthcare administration. At school, she continued to privately hone her rap and performance skills, taking inspiration from artists like Pimp C, Three 6 Mafia, Biggie Smalls, Beyoncé, and Nicki Minaj. In 2013, Megan started posting videos of herself freestyling on social media. When she participated in a cypher freestyle battling against a group of male rappers, the video went viral online, helping Megan gain fans (known as hotties) even before she started seriously pursuing a rap career.
Megan began releasing singles and mixtapes while she was still in school. In 2016, she released her first single “Like a Stallion” under the name Megan Thee Stallion. She came up with the name because people had told her she was a stallion, which is a Southern term for a tall and statuesque woman. After releasing “Like a Stallion,” Megan also released two Soundcloud mixtapes, before making her professional debut with her EP Make It Hot. The EP was well received, especially the track “Last Week in H TX,” which garnered millions of views on YouTube.
After the success of Make It Hot, Megan released another well-received EP, Tina Snow, in 2019. One of the singles from Tina Snow, “Big Ole Freak,” was Megan’s first entry on the Billboard Hot 100. “Big Ole Freak” entered at 99 on the Hot 100 and eventually peaked at 65. Megan followed Tina Snow with the critically acclaimed mixtape Fever, which included a feature from Three 6 Mafia member Juicy J, and the viral single “Hot Girl Summer,” which was the rapper’s first true mainstream hit.
Megan Thee Stallion had a taste of mainstream success during the Hot Girl Summer era of 2019, but she would have a major breakthrough the following year. In early 2020, she had planned to release her debut album, Suga, but wasn’t able to due to a dispute with her record label. Instead of releasing Suga as her first LP, she ended up releasing it as an EP against the wishes of her label. Two singles, “B.I.T.C.H.” and “Captain Hook,” were released before the full EP. Almost immediately after the release of the full EP, one of its tracks, “Savage,” went incredibly viral when it was used for a popular dance challenge on TikTok.
The viral success of “Savage” led to a remix that featured Beyoncé, which became Megan Thee Stallion’s first Hot 100 chart topper. The Savage remix also helped propel Suga all the way up to number 7 on the charts. The remix was followed by a series of successful singles and features, including her track “Girls in the Hood,” her Cardi B collab “WAP,” and her single “Don’t Stop,” which featured Young Thug.
Megan Thee Stallion’s success continued in the lead up to the release of her debut album, Good News. In 2020, Megan became a Brand Ambassador for Revlon and was featured in Time magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. That same year, she was nominated for Top Rap Female Artist at the Billboard Music Awards and she received eight BET Award nominations, including Artist of the Year. In 2020, she also penned a widely acclaimed op ed for the New York Times called “Why I Speak Up for Black Women.”
In November of 2020, Megan Thee Stallion was finally able to release her first studio album, Good News. The track “Body” was released at the same time as the album, which debuted at number 2 on the Billboard 200 and at number 1 on the R&B Hip-Hop chart. Shortly after the release of Good News, Megan featured on the remix of Ariana Grande’s single “34+35,” which also featured Doja Cat. Megan then released another single from Good News, “Cry Baby” featuring DaBaby, which reached number 28 on the Hot 100.
Megan Thee Stallion’s debut album was both chart topping and critically acclaimed. The Los Angeles Times called Good News “the most impressive debut album of 2020” and The Guardian described it as a “feast.” The Recording Academy voting members were also impressed by Megan’s debut. At the 2021 Grammy Awards, Megan Thee Stallion took home three awards: Best Rap Song, Best Rap Performance, and Best New Artist.