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5 Gold Headpieces to Rock this New Year’s Eve

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Gold chain headpieces have been making their way back into fashion, and there’s no better occasion to show them off than on New Year’s Eve. I think they look great with long dresses, but I’d also like to try wearing one with jeans, heels, and a pretty blouse. There are so many different types of headpieces too. You could wear one covered in crystals, or go simple with just a gold chain. The geometric triangle in this one makes it stand out from the rest.

Get dressed up on New Year’s Eve with one of these five beautiful gold headpieces…

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  • Geo Metal Goddess Chain 2 of 6
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    This beautiful headpiece has a cute geometric triangle in the middle.
    Buy it for $19 at Urban Outfitters.

  • Regnant Halo 3 of 6
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    This beautiful headpiece is made with Swarovski crystals and antique gold plated brass. It could definitely be worn to more than one holiday party.
    Buy it for $225 at BHLDN.

  • Mystic Gold Headpiece 4 of 6
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    Wear a headpiece covered in geometric triangles for New Year's Eve.
    Buy it for $13 at LuLu's.

  • Gold and Crystals 5 of 6
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    Go all out this New Year's Eve with a gold headpiece with crystals for shimmer.
    Find out more at Jewels 2 Rock.

  • Simple and Gold Head Chain 6 of 6
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    Go for a simple look with this lovely head chain you can order to your door.
    Buy it for $25 at Amazon.

Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman), follow up fill-in journal My Prudent Advice, and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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