Gold-Plated Evil Eye: Kim Kardashian’s Bold Jewelry Trend

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Kim Kardashian’s popularity rate is reportedly flailing these days. After the very public divorce and her ex-husband’s claim to have been set up for the reality TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the once-seen-everywhere Kim kept herself in semi-recluse for some time.

On January 20, however, the ShoeDazzle founder couldn’t resist a stop at her favorite Chanel boutique.

Kim Kardashian wears the 'Evil Eye' headpiece from House of Harlow 1960Kim Kardashian wears the ‘Evil Eye’ headpiece from House of Harlow 1960 (Credit: WENN)

The 31-year-old sported an asymmetrical sweater from Helmut Lang styled with a pair of on-trend blue flared jeans.

Kim completed the outfit with tan-colored Azzedine Alaïa heels, a stylish Balenciaga bag, and an odd headpiece featuring an evil eye symbol. Do you know the meaning of this popular symbol?

Kim Kardashian's outfit for her visit to the Chanel store in Los Angeles on January 20, 2012, featured a Helmut Lang asymmetric paper wool top, Azzedine Alaia leather platform sandals, a Balenciaga Giant Rose Gold Velo handbag, and a House of Harlow 1960 three strand headpiece in goldKim Kardashian’s outfit for her visit to the Chanel store in Los Angeles on January 20, 2012, featured a Helmut Lang asymmetric paper wool top, Azzedine Alaia leather platform sandals, a Balenciaga Giant Rose Gold Velo handbag, and a House of Harlow 1960 three-strand headpiece in gold (Credit: WENN)

Being a strong supporter of Nicole Richie’s fashion line, Kim accessorized with House of Harlow’s 3-strand ‘Evil Eye’ headpiece that actually looked quite charming on her.

However, considering her recent unpopularity, it may not have been a good move.

Kim Kardashian shops and leaves the Chanel Store in Los Angeles on January 20, 2012Kim Kardashian shops and leaves the Chanel Store in Los Angeles on January 20, 2012 (Credit: WENN)

Her long dark hair contrasted with the interesting gold accent — the gypsy look always complements her facial features.

The headpiece features 14k gold-plated beads and pavé crystals. We also found a multi-strand chain necklace alternative from Luv Aj with pyramid stud detail.

House of Harlow 1960 3 Strand Evil Eye HeadpieceHouse of Harlow 1960 3 Strand Evil Eye Headpiece, $165

Luv Aj Pyramid Stud HeadpieceLuv AJ The Pyramid Stud Headpiece, $99

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