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I said I wear a lot of classic shapes in blacks, grays and vivid colors. I love contrasting patterns — especially stripes and skulls — and prefer boots and scarves over heels and purses. Then I realized I probably should have mentioned owl jewelry, because I’m amassing quite a collection.
This vintage gold necklace is the one that started it all. If you read my Stripes and Suede post, you already know that my Grandma J. has the same one, which is a weird coincidence and yet another sign that we need to go shopping together more often.
I’m not sure why I’m so drawn to these little guys — I don’t even particularly like birds — but I just can’t seem to pass them up.
At what point does a collection become a style trademark? What items do you find yourself drawn to again and again?
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