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Pamela Love Proves That Statement Jewelry Can Be Understated

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    If there were a case for getting that second (or third…or fourth) piercing in our ears, Pamela Love would be the one to make it. Featuring everything from to-die-for earrings to massive arm cuffs and rad tribal bibs, the line we consistently crush on continues to evolve, this time, with a cool and earthy fall vibe we can't wait to get our hands (and arms and necks and lobes) on.

    Though we're equally obsessed with every earring, bracelet, and necklace in the collection, the single and double-finger rings with turquoise bullets are seriously calling out to us — just enough color to amuse, but not so much that they'll feel alienated from our signature accessory parties.

    Of coures, our Pamela Love obsession (and the tattoo-covered beauty behind the brand) is nothing new. This is the woman who enlightened us on the beauty of the messy ponytail and gave us the coolest free temporary tattoos, proving she's not only a jeweler with a cult following but also an all-around style icon. This latest lookbook just continues to proves our point. Click through if you don't believe us. Or, even if you do.

    Photo: Courtesy of Skye Parrott
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