Nina Garcia's Favorite Buys of the Month: Gorgeous Accessories Inspired by Greece

Shopping trip, anyone?

Inspired by her recent trip to the Greek isles, Marie Claire creative director Nina Garcia is lusting after these pretty picks. Perfect for gifting...or just, you know, keeping for yourself.

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A minimalist cord bracelet by SHY.

$115; nordstrom.com

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Two handmade bracelets by Ileana Makri inspired by the evil eye.

$640; net-a-porter.com

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Gladiator style with a great price. (And they come in gold.)

$425; stuartweitzman.com

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The circular evil eye pendant is crafted with gold and white diamonds.

$3,550; barneys.com

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Evil eye, ear cuff edition by Ileana Makri.

$2,750, net-a-porter.com

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A take on the evil eye, of course, by Ileana Makri.

$2530; stylebop.com

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The blue of Greek jewelry house Zolotas' Athena signet ring instantly takes me back to the Mediterranean Sea.

$1,620; zolotas.gr

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The iconic column chair just proves that anything Fornasetti makes, I want.

$3,395 at Barney's New York, 212-826-8900

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These clever bracelets stack to form the shape of a column.

Prices upon request, Hérmes, Hermes.com for stores

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Lito's Evil-Eye necklaces get creative with different colors, and I love that they're gazing up.

$910; kultia.com

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I'd work all day if I could sit at Marc Quinn's floral-inlaid marble desk.

Price upon request; carpentersworkshopgallery.com

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I appreciate art with a sense of humor, like this upside-down-bust sculpture (with "Overthrone!" written over the eyes.)

Price upon request, Cyrcle; stolenspace.com

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These goddess-like gladiators were a collaboration with Greek jeweler Ilias Lalounis.

$700, Ancient Greek Sandals at Saks Fifth Avenue; 212-753-4000

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Rams are a symbol of strength in Greek mythology, so I'll wear this gold cuff for good measure.

Price upon request, Ilias Lalounis; 212-439-9400

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The 18kt white-gold necklace by Nikos Koulis features sapphires and turquoise lashes.

$1,955; matchesfashion.com

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An evil eye necklace by Jennifer Zeuner that won't break the bank.

$176; neimanmarcus.com

A version of this appears in the November issue of Marie Claire, on newsstands now.

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