"If you've already finalized your holiday wish lists, you may consider making some changes after reading today's story. In our opinion, it's quite acceptable to make a few last-minute additions to your roster, especially when they're as dazzling as our selection of House of Harlow 1960 jewelry. In fact, the difficulty lies in not getting too greedy and asking for all of it, but it's impossible to not want each and every item! The designer behind this new line, Nicole Richie (perhaps you've heard of her), is aiming to make cool, inexpensive adornments that will suit a variety of styles and we do declare she is succeeding thus far. Her debut 35-piece collection is a brilliant combination of tribal, gypsy, and bohemian-influenced accessories, so there is a little something here for everyone!
Unlike many celebrity-endorsed lines, Richie's involvement in House of Harlow 1960 is very hands on from start to finish. Her personal touches are apparent in the brand's name (after her daughter) and statement-making designs that clearly represent Richie's innovative style. The build-up for the label started months before its recent introduction to stores, so we imagine the pieces will sell out quickly. Just to be safe, you should get your hands on your favorites (or drop hints to your beloveds) as soon as you can. If by chance you miss out on this first round, stay tuned, because there is more to come. That's right, word on the street is Richie will is expanding the line to include belts, shoes, and sunglasses! Sunnies crafted from the sunglasses guru herself? Sign us up! In the meantime, here are a few of our most-liked HOH pieces!"
1. Black stud feather earrings ($60)
2. Gold plated pave stations necklace ($75)
3. Black triangle necklace ($125)
4. Black triangle ring ($15)
5. Red resin and black stone earrings ($22)
6. Sunburst ring ($28)
7. Aztec with leather bangles ($68)
8. Red triangle cuff ($150)