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evil eye

06/11/2014
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EYE SPY…

This week our Evil Eye necklace has been particularly popular among fashion bloggers. We’ve spotted Helen from The Lovecats Inc and Sara from Waiste sporting the design on their blogs. We absolutely love how they’ve styled the necklace. Helen teamed hers with a crisp white shirt and blue jeans – a perfectly simple & stylish outfit. Sara layered hers up with other unique pieces for a gorgeous bohemian look! Check out their pics…

09/10/2014

INSPIRED BY… THE HORN

The horn is a talisman of protection. It is an ancient Italian amulet worn to repel the evil eye or malocchio. In Italian, the horn is referred to as cornuto, corno or cornicello and literally means ‘little horn’. Traditionally the horn would’ve been pinned to babies’ clothing straight after birth. The malocchio was supposed to harm pregnant women, nursing mothers and their babies. Although it’s main form is as a necklace, during the latter half of the 20th century, the horn was hung in cars as a good luck charm.... Read More

02/10/2014

INSPIRED BY… THE EVIL EYE

Like the Hamsa Hand, the Evil Eye is the Talisman for Protection. The symbol is one of the most ancient in history, dating back to the age of classical antiquity. The eye was believed to represent an evil or malicious stare that was able to cause misfortune to the receiver. It was thought that being on the receiving end of the stare was enough to cause illness or death. To protect against the stare, people wore the evil eye as a talisman to protect against evil forces. The hamsa is... Read More