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Stars In Your Eyes? No, That Twinkle Is Just Calypso's New Dannijo Collaboration

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    The latest brand to hop aboard the Dannijo love-fest train is Calypso St. Barth. At first, the brand's lazy-beachy vibe might seem to be at odds with Dannijo's blingier-is-better aesthetic, but the collab resulted in a collection of jewelry so magnificent and true to both brands' DNAs that we think you'll be pretty easily sold. Two heads may be better than one, but in this case, four wrists, four earlobes, and two necks are even better.

    In what will be the first in a series of partnerships, Calypso and Dannijo have come together on an exclusive jewelry collection: Calypso Loves Dannijo. A balanced blend of both lines' styles produces whimsically bohemian gemstones in an effortless, feminine style for goes-with-everything pieces that are guaranteed to earn you a spate of compliments.

    Slated to launch on August 10, the 11 necklaces, bracelets, and earrings are an edgy mélange of metals, crystals, resin stones, and quartz in eye-catching combinations. Priced between $325 and $625, consider these investment piece. They're jewels you'll end up wearing to every occasion, for the rest of your life — including all those last-minute trips to the beach you'll want to fit in before the leaves start falling!

    Photos: Courtesy of Calypso St. Barth

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