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Wednesday 14 October 2015

Lucy Hale on new-season jewellery

Published 14/08/2013

Lucy Hale
Lucy Hale

Lucy Hale believes dainty jewellery will be a big trend for the fall season.

The 24-year-old actress is known for her flawless style both on and off the red carpet.

Lucy is a spokesperson for mark. and is excited about their new line of charm necklaces, stackable bracelets, and demure rings coming for the fall season.

"I'm really into delicate jewellery right now," she said to Teen Vogue. "I used to only do statement accessories, but I think little dainty pieces are so perfect for fall."

The Pretty Little Liars star is a popular fashion icon among teenagers. She was tapped to host the Teen Choice Awards alongside Glee star Darren Criss on Sunday night as a result of her growing star status. Lucy shared her top tips for back-to-school dressing and described her own style as simple, chic and sweet.

"When you're going back to school, it's important to keep it casual. A cool T-shirt and jeans are always a good way to go," she continued. "Just dress whatever you're wearing up with some accessories and a great pair of heels, and you've got it!"

As the face of Mark, Lucy fronts the m.Powerment campaign, which works to fight domestic violence among teens. Style for a cause is an idea she fully supports.

"Empowering women is something I truly believe in, and I'm very happy to have a hand in encouraging girls to be strong and unique in everything they do," she finished.

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