House of Harlow 1960

Ever since Nicole Richie quit living 'The Simple Life' and started dating Joel Madden from Good Charlotte I've always thought she slowly bloomed into every bit the celebrity star and fashion guru she is today and that House of Harlow 1960 was just the tip of the iceberg. 

When the brand started up in October 2008 with only a few jewelry pieces I fell head over heels in love with the boho chic designs but sophisticated feel of the pieces just like Nicole Richie all over! But due to the range being American they were only available in the US and would cost a bomb to ship over. 

Finally one year on, a larger range of pieces and greater publicity for the brand, online UK stores are now starting to sell these beauts for the same prices as in the US and some offer free delivery such as Asos. To mark this tremendous occasion I have bought one of the first pieces the brand brought out which I've been dreaming about for over a year now, the sunburst 14ct gold-plated cocktail ring with black leather insert! Which is definitely one of the best pieces in the collection.  
I love the way that this and a lot of the pieces although have a strong boho/aztec feel to them they seem to be extremely blendable with different fashion styles. Also the brand's pieces are definitely strong enough to stand alone and still look amazing and show themselves as real signature pieces that you'd imagine could really finish off any outfit, One example of this has to be the yellow gold tigers eye ring in the image below, No wonder its such a big hit!   

You can find most of the range at Asos, Bunny Hug and My Wardrobe.. and you'll find me for the next week at the front door waiting for the postman to give me my parcel! 

Speak soon! 
M x

(Images taken from the ASOS website and laid out by myself. The top image is from an un-known source. If this is your image please email if you wish to include your copyright details or to have the image taken down)

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