Big chunky statement necklaces have had their time to shine, and delicate little trimmings have their place in our jewel boxes, too. But your most well-loved pieces are those you can wear anywhere with anything. Enter new NYC-based jewelry line: Dudine.
With its Southwestern-meets-Mexican-meets-biker-chick-meets-LES vibe, we can't stop looking at this collection and would put money ($30-$240, to be exact) that we won't be able to stop wearing it once we scoop our favorite pieces, either. The baubles and bangles, and bullet rings (oh my!) are just tough enough to withstand a whole lotta time trekking around the city but not overwhelming to any one look. That means you can stack 'em up and still not look too overboard. Best news of it all? A portion of the line's proceeds go to the Thousand Smiles Foundation, so you know, that whole "buyers' remorse" thing won't happen here.
Click through for Dudine's fall '12 lookbook and pull the trigger on your next best purchase.
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