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Pre-Order Now: LuvAJ's Hot Spring Lookbook

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    From the beginning, we’ve been fans of LuvAJ, but after checking out designer Amanda Thomas’ newest collection (see the video lookbook here), our obsession with the locally produced line has been completely renewed. The spring/summer collection is chock-full of chain-mail necklaces, arrowhead accents, clusters of crystals, as well as the line’s signature heavy-metal spikes and layered chains that every girl will want to wear all year long. On top of the rad designs, the lookbook, which was shot at an abandoned mansion on the west side of L.A. by Claire Thomas and styled by Amy Nicole Bernstein, supplies plenty of spring dressing lessons on how to wear your need-'em-now jewels. Whether you opt for the rings that cleverly sit on the top part of your fingers (obsessed!), or lusting after a body chain to go over a dreamy white frock, LuvAJ is giving you the ultimate styling inspiration for spring—and lucky for us, everything is available for pre-order on LuvAJ’s cool site.

    R29 Giveaway:
    Want some LuvAJ jewels now? We don’t blame you! We’re giving away this gorgeous Arrowhead necklace, which usually retails for $99. Just tell us in the comments of this story what spring accessory you’re most looking forward to wearing, and we’ll hook up the person with the best answer with this sweet new bauble!

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