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Pamela Love's New Collection Has Magic Powers

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    Like basically everyone, we've long been fans of Pamela Love's jewelry. It's dainty enough to wear every day, but isn't girly. It's substantial enough to be the only piece on your bod, yet it's far from blingy. And, it's no surprise that the fall '14 line delivers that signature one-two Pamela Love punch — which only hurts if it's dealt when the puncher is wearing one of Love's kick-ass two-finger rings.

    This, the latest extension of her line, which is available for purchase now, plays with gold and silver and deep-blue lapiz stones all while channeling powers you could only dream of. There's the "gravitation earrings," the "balance cuff," and the "telepathy ring." The pieces clock in anywhere from $115 to $700, and so perfectly complement the modern wardrobe, we're convinced they actually might employ telepathy along with standout jewels. If that's not the case, well, at least Pamela read our minds. Click through to see what you think of her collection (though, she likely already knows).

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