Would You Wear This Tarina Tarantino Necklace?

08/18/2007 at 11:00 AM ET

Courtesy 80spurple.com

Tarina Tarantino took Hello Kitty, a classic cartoon figure, and turned her into a modern 3D piece of jewelry. However, could it be too modern for our tastes? Tell us: Would you wear it?

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Lauren on

I collect Tarina’s PINK HEAD collection, on top of her classic pieces. I am obsessed. This necklace is part of the PINK HEAD mod collection. My sister lives in Milan and says everyone is wearing it there this summer. Every time I wear a PINK HEAD necklace, I am getting this one!Have it have it…

Emilee ♥ on

It may be for someone else’s taste, but not mine. The necklace just doesn’t seem practical, and wouldn’t even look decent with any outfit you put together. It’s just a big lump sitting there, it’s not that attractive at all.

bb on

It’s cute, but I couldn’t see myself wearing it. Perhaps if I was 13…

Lauren on

No way!That WAY to ugly and bulky!

Maji on

Don’t ya just love stuff like that?! Things you wouldn’t think you’d like but end up liinkg more than most things :DVery fun (:

Vita on

i don’t agree with her, i think she’s just using tattoo’s to hide hlrseef and make her self feel more beautiful, its all psychological although i do admire her for her individuality and will not to conform so easily.

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