By Joanna Pompilio
Got the winter wardrobe blues? Who doesn’t? But how does a gal add some panache to bulky winter wear? Accessorize honey! No one accessorizes like Nicole Ritchie, and her House of Harlow 1960 jewelry line is an accessible way put the heat back into your wardrobe’s wintry mix.
The 35-piece collection is as diverse as the socialite’s style with headbands, rings, earrings and necklaces made from high quality leather, silk strings, chains and peacock feathers. Prices range from $12-$125, making it easy to add a few luxe items into this season’s wardrobe rotation. The line is clearly inspired by Ritchie’s love of vintage 60’s and 70’s styles as well as Aztec art.
The black resin triangle necklace ($125) keeps with the chunky necklace trend, sure to follow into spring. The bold yet delicate piece can be effortlessly incorporated with into a work suit or add a necessary kick to Sunday brunch’s sweater and jeans look.
“I’ve always felt that great accessories are essential in every complete outfit and I wanted to create a collection that was easy to mix and match; either to wear alone as an everyday piece, or stack on to make more of a statement,” says Ritchie in a press release.
The complete line, designed by Ritchie who worked with Pascal Mouawad, is available at Kitson stores and online. And don’t forget Valentine’s Day is around the corner, so start dropping hints!