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5 Gold Headpieces to Rock this New Year’s Eve

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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