The 2 Bandits' Latest Lookbook Is Anything But Square

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    We always try to stay up-to-date on the trends, and there's no denying that geometric pieces are a mainstay. So, when we peeped The 2 Bandits' freshly snapped lookbook, we were thrown for a loop, literally. Every bip and bop designed for the line’s most recent collection was engineered specifically to be in the shape of a circle. Naturally, the line is deemed The Circle Game, and of course, we’re more than eager to play!

    As it turns out, the spherical trinkets pull at our heart strings in more ways than one: Sales for Leo's Arrow and Leo's Sticks bracelets benefit the MISS Foundation, which supports families after the loss of a child or infant. "The Circle Game Collection is inspired by the Joni Mitchell song, Circle Game, about the cycle of life. The circle pieces have that literal meaning," said Tamar Wider, the line's founder and designer.

    The lookbook embodies the rugged, rustic lifestyle we'd expect from the southwest inspired line, snapped by photographer Zooey Grossman. From orb pendant necklaces to half-open knuckle rings, these bijous have us dizzy with desire. Take a gander at the whimsical captures, and try to hold yourself steady.

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