Amanda’s Style File: 17 Fabulously Frightening Jewels
Let’s cap off spooky season in style with this eerie ensemble of skeletons, skulls, black cats, and ghosts gathered by Amanda Gizzi.
Halloween-lovers live for all the spooky, scary, and over-the-top decorations and adornments and all the fun that comes with them. It is a time of year that celebrates fun.
Every year, there are endless options of cool pieces of jewelry that bring this edition of Amanda’s Style File to life.
Here you will find an eerie ensemble of jewels dedicated to skulls, skeletons, black cats, blood, clowns, ghosts, gore, and all things fabulously frightening and whimsical.
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