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Did you know 2014 is the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Horse? The spirit of the horse is recognized by the Chinese as energetic, bright, warm-hearted, intelligent and able … and of course, the horse also makes for some very chic fashion inspiration, which brings us to my latest blog post!

From bracelets, earrings, necklaces, belts and more, one of the best ways to incorporate an equestrian touch to any look is through accessories. I’ve narrowed down a few of my favorite pieces you can purchase online.

Bangle by Coach: $78

I love this “Thin Op Art Pave Bangle” by Coach. It has a pretty “bit” look to it that any horse lover can appreciate. This would look great stacked with other bangles or warn alone. Plus, it comes in 4 cute colors!

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Buy the bangle here: http://www.coach.com/online/handbags/Product-thin_op_art_pave_bangle-10551-10051-96965-en?cs=svbk&catId=5000000000000022501&navCatId=7100000000000000660

Cuff by Andresgallard: $458

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Every girl deserves to treat herself to a nice piece of jewelry every now and then, and this “Destrier Cuff” I found on Anthropologie’s website is perfect. The cuff is 8k gold plated brass, with two porcelain horse heads and is absolutely gorgeous, wouldn’t you agree?

Buy it here: http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/accessories-jewelry/30778351.jsp

Necklace by Beau and Stella: $36

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Shout out to this local artist in New Orleans who shares her love of horses by creating beautiful pieces under $100. With a delicate horseshoe and heart sitting side by side, this “Lucky in Love” necklace is one of my favorites. Who knows … this piece could be your new good luck charm at the races!

Shop Beau and Stella’s Equestrian line here:

http://www.beauandstella.com/category/equestrian

Horse Studs by Gorjana: $35

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Give your ears a horsey touch with these 18k gold plated studs from Gorjana-Griffin. Stylish and affordable!

Buy the earrings here:http://www.gorjana-griffin.com/gorjana/jewelry/earrings/horse-studs-galloping.html

Bit Ring from GorgeousHorse.com: $104

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I absolutely love this sterling silver bit ring. It is classic and simple, adding the perfect equestrian touch to any outfit. 

Buy the ring here:http://www.gorgeoushorse.com/jet3961ss-bit-ring.php

When it comes to embracing the year of horse with accessories, the possibilities are endless. Make it a point to wear an equestrian piece every day of the year! 

For more inspiration, visit my Pinterest page: http://www.pinterest.com/chrissknight504/equestrian-accessories/

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Chriss Knight

Growing up on a horse farm in Northeast Georgia, Chriss Knight spent most of her childhood show jumping, fox hunting and riding on the farm. After graduating high school, Chriss left the farm life to attend Georgia State University and pursue a journalism career, which eventually brought her to the Big Easy. 

As a television news reporter, Chriss lived in cities all around the country before calling New Orleans home. From covering devastating tornadoes in Western Tennessee, reporting live during blizzards in the Midwest, to showcasing the fun and quirky characters and events that make up New Orleans, Chriss’ feature and breaking news coverage earned her awards and honors from the Nebraska Broadcaster’s Association, Nebraska Associated Press and the Press Club of New Orleans. 

Today, Chriss is Host of "The Real Wild Animals of New Orleans", a behind the scenes weekly web series by Audubon Nature Institute (www.realwildanimals.com), and serves as co-host of a day time show on the ABC affiliate that features New Orleans businesses. Chriss is also a publicist and social media manager for various New Orleans businesses.

Chriss is married and has two adorable cats and a hamster.

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Chriss Knight

Growing up on a horse farm in Northeast Georgia, Chriss Knight spent most of her childhood show jumping, fox hunting and riding on the farm. After graduating high school, Chriss left the farm life to attend Georgia State University and pursue a journalism career, which eventually brought her to the Big Easy. 

As a television news reporter, Chriss lived in cities all around the country before calling New Orleans home. From covering devastating tornadoes in Western Tennessee, reporting live during blizzards in the Midwest, to showcasing the fun and quirky characters and events that make up New Orleans, Chriss’ feature and breaking news coverage earned her awards and honors from the Nebraska Broadcaster’s Association, Nebraska Associated Press and the Press Club of New Orleans. 

Today, Chriss is Host of "The Real Wild Animals of New Orleans", a behind the scenes weekly web series by Audubon Nature Institute (www.realwildanimals.com), and serves as co-host of a day time show on the ABC affiliate that features New Orleans businesses. Chriss is also a publicist and social media manager for various New Orleans businesses.

Chriss is married and has two adorable cats and a hamster.

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